The Romanian Academy

The Romanian Academy in Rome

The Romanian Academy in Rome is found atop the Pincian Hill. The villa that houses the Institute was constructed by Romanian architect Petre Antonescu, known for developing the national neo-Romanian style of incorporating folk architecture and craftsmanship of the olden days with new modern design. Along with being a cultural center for Romanians studying in Rome, the RA also offers Romanian language courses two hours a week for beginners and intermediates. But the real event worth putting in your calendar is their annual Spazi Aperti in June, where fellows and scholars have their work displayed in a themed exhibition. The event usually lasts around a week and is a great opportunity for new up-and-coming artists.


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