What is Corridoio Fiorentino?
Corridoio Fiorentino is the photographic gallery located at the DIVA/IDEAS campus that features the works of external photographers, designers, as well as DIVA/IDEAS students and faculty.
Corridoio Fiorentino is a mirror where Florentine artists and students attending DIVA/IDEAS reflect their perception of contemporary art and share it with the city of Florence.
Student Academic Involvement
Group and solo exhibits are meant to communicate a contemporary vision of digital arts and involve the community with the DIVA/IDEAS mission of interpreting and teaching arts through interactive digital media.
The Corridoio Fiorentino provides a physical venue and online presence for current and past exhibits created by established and emerging photographic artists through the assistance of FUA.
Corridoio Fiorentino is to serve students, faculty and professional artists in the field of digital imaging by preserving, collecting, exhibiting, and fostering the understanding of works of art, at the highest possible gallery of scholarly standards.
Get Involved in Experiential Learning!
Corridoio Fiorentino is based on Experiential Learning and student involvement is an important element for the gallery’s success. In addition to courses that are already academically involved at Corridoio Fiorentino, anyone who seeks a professionalizing experience can get involved as well. Through enrollment in Learn and Serve courses, team members may assist with the areas of the gallery’s operations and management as a part of their academic coursework. Learn and Serve is fully taught, supervised and coordinated by instructors and offers the unique experience of professional integration and development for all individuals, whether they be students, alumni, or members of the local community. Courses may be enrolled on a credit or non-credit basis. Students can assist the advisory board team with the organization of events, as well as help with public relations. Students can also help with gallery installation and activities in collaboration with faculty members and artists during shows and special exhibitions.
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