Registration – Rome Book Club
One of the most famous and influential paintings of the Renaissance, contemporary with and rivaling Michelangelo’s Sistine Ceiling, Raphael’s fresco of ancient philosophers under a vaulted hall is both a brilliant articulation of philosophical systems and a sophisticated display of fresco technique. Understanding how medium and message were intertwined in Raphael’s world opens up a window into the culture of the High Renaissance, where artistic craft and humanist thought went hand-in-hand. This new series is led by David Mayernik ’83, Associate Professor in the School of Architecture, artist, and award-winning architect.
This three-week program will give you the opportunity to view pre-recorded, short videos available at any time on ThinkND and participate in weekly online meetings on Thursdays May 6, 13, and 20, 2021 at 11:30 a.m. ET.
If you have already registered for the previous Rome Book Club, you will receive all emails and do not have to register again. You can start the series here.
Notre Dame International (NDI) facilitates international faculty research, expanded study abroad opportunities, international travel safety expertise, immigration services, and global engagement programs that bring the University to the world and the world to Notre Dame. NDI encompasses a global network that includes five Global Gateways in Beijing, Dublin, Jerusalem, London, and Rome; and six Global Centers located in Santiago, São Paulo, Mexico City, Hong Kong, Mumbai, and at Kylemore Abbey in western Ireland.