College partners with AIA Iowa to host historic preservation workshop in Rome
The ISU College of Design and Iowa chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Iowa) will host a nine-day summer workshop on “Historic Preservation and Adaptive Reuse in Rome” at the college’s Rome studio. Travel dates are Friday, June 23, through Monday, July 3, 2017. Classes will take place at the Palazzo Cenci-Bolognetti with site visits and field trips to locations throughout Rome and its environs. The college has applied for continuing education credit (up to 20 hours) through the AIA, and participants may apply for credit through other professional organizations such as the American Society of Interior Designers and the American Society of Landscape Architects.
The $1,950 fee includes programming, six lunches, two dinners, lodging and transportation to and from lodging during programming. Not included are round-trip airfare, transit to and from airport, passport/visa fees, meals not specified in itinerary, personal items and expenses, gratuities other than specified, damage or abuse of lodging, travel insurance, and other items not listed in the itinerary. A $500 is required by Friday, April 14, to secure a place in the workshop. More information, including a complete itinerary, will be forthcoming.
March 3, 2017 10:23 am