Academies/Institutes

German Academy Rome Villa Massimo

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Philanthropist Eduard Arnhold purchased Villa Massimo in 1910, and built a haven for artists comprised of a central villa nestled among cypress trees, Roman vases, sarcophagi, and classical statues.

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The British School at Rome

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Founded in 1901, the British School at Rome, defines itself as a centre of interdisciplinary research excellence in the Mediterranean supporting the full range of arts, humanities and social sciences.

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American Academy in Rome

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Since opening its doors in 1894, the American Academy of Rome has supported innovative artists, writers, and scholars living and working together in a dynamic international community.

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Swiss Institute in Rome

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Founded in 1947, the Swiss Institute in Rome, located in the beautiful Villa Maraini, hosts art exhibitions, concerts and lectures by Italian, Swiss and international artists and researchers.

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Egyptian Academy

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Founded in 1929 with the aim of promoting Egyptian, Arab and African culture in Italy, the Egyptian Academy holds Arab music concerts, lectures, art exhibitions, conferences and fun educational classes for children.