Applications should be sent by email (email@example.com) at the latest by 31st of January 2014. They should include a CV highlighting the applicant’s interest for the topic and any other previous studies in this specific field.
Applications will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee that will select participants based on their qualifications and their stated motivations. The selection made will attempt to ensure the participation of candidates from different cultural backgrounds and countries of origin. Participants must be committed to take part in all courses, seminars and visits scheduled.
At the end of the course, participants will receive a certificate of participation.
The number of places available is limited to 30 people.
The enrolment fee is 300,00 €. All expenses relating to travel to and from Venice, and food and lodgings on arrival, will be borne by participants. The organisers will bear the costs of the trip to Murano, the tour of the Glass Museum, of the Basilica of San Marco, the visit of Palazzo Mocenigo, the visit of Ca’ Rezzonico in addition to the demonstrations in Maestro Tagliapietra’s atelier.
Two places will be allocated free of charge to young PhD/Research students or graduates who have applied for the course and whose CV is pertinent with the topics studied during the Study Days. One place will be allocated free of charge to a participant from the South-East of Europe, to be selected together with the UNESCO Bureau in Venice.