Field Trips

2017 Italy Workshop Dates are Here!!

We know you are still enjoying the relaxing time that summer brings but it is time to make plans to have an even cooler summer next year in Florence, Italy! Check out our workshops and dates and reserve your spots.

Commedia dell’Arte with Roberto Andrioli and Marco Bendoni will take place June 26-July 21, 2017. A 2-week option is available.

Mask Making with Roberto Andrioli will take place June 26-July 7, 2017. Each participant will make two masks and learn the process from start to finish.

Historical Dance with Marco Bendoni will take place July 10-14, 2017. Explore the historical dances and perform a public performance.

Italian Design with Katia Santuccio will take place July 3-21, 2017. Go behind the scenes of the exquisite world of Italian Design and Architecture.

Not only does Go Inspired provide you with these unique workshops, we also help you to explore all the great things Florence and the Tuscany region has to offer. Join us in 2017 for an amazing summer.

 

Sunset at Piazza Michelangelo

 

 

Masks done by participants

Mask Making and Commedia workshop creates amazing masks

A combined Mask Making and Commedia workshop run by Roberto Andrioli brought participants from the the UK, Canada and the US. They spent 2 weeks in Florence learning about the the art of mask making and producing their own masks. The participants also had a chance to enhance their Commedia dell’Arte acting skills. The group made sure to explore the delights of Florence and visit the Uffizi Gallery, Cinque Terre and have a beautiful evening watching the sunset in Piazza Michelangelo.

Thank you to all the participants, instructor Roberto Andrioli and  Florence representative Maria DiNoia for a wonderful 2 weeks.

Looking forward to next year!

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Mask Making workshop in Italy

Mask Making and Commedia dell’Arte Workshop in Italy

This year we have amazing participants from the UK, USA and Canada who are learning to make leather masks as well as discovering and growing their acting skills. Although the summer heat is in full blast, this has not stopped the participants from enjoying all that Florence has to offer like the Uffizi Gallery, Cinque Terre and, of course, the gelato. Can’t wait to see the final masks. But here is a peek of the what they have been working on all week.  Mask Making workshop in Italy Mask Making workshop in Italy