Save the date: Join us in Rome in April 2019!
The School of Architecture is pleased to invite our alumni and friends to join us in Rome on April 10-14, 2019 as we gather to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Rome Studies Program.
Since the establishment of the program in 1969, Rome has been integral to the personal and professional development of our graduates, and we hope that many of you will be able to join us in Rome, with your families, to reminisce about old memories and create new ones.
Highlights of the Event
- One-day academic conference bringing some of the world’s leading academics and practitioners to the Rome Global Gateway to advance the global conversation on the state of architecture today..
- Tour Notre Dame’s new academic and residential facilities in Rome
- Head out into the city with faculty and friends, gaining access to buildings and sites not available to the public.
- An online sale of original Frank Montana paintings and sketches to benefit scholarships for future architecture students.
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Thursday, April 11, 2019
10:00 – 5:00 PM Academic Colloquium
Evening – Reception with conference participants, alumni and friends
Explore two exhibitions – one featuring the work of Frank Montana and one showcasing student life through the decades
Friday, April 12, 2019
Morning – Hear from your fellow alumni about life in Rome during their stay, plus find out what current students are doing in the Eternal City
Afternoon – Opportunities to see hidden sites in Rome led by experts in the field – bring your sketchbooks!
Evening – Reception with alumni and friends
Saturday, April 13, 2019
Morning – Hear about the exciting research being conducted by Notre Dame faculty members in Rome and tour the new facilities
Afternoon – Opportunities to see hidden sites in Rome led by experts in the field
Evening – Closing reception with alumni and friends
Sunday, April 14, 2019
Optional day trip to a nearby town
Details regarding hotel room blocks will be released soon. Most events will be in close proximity of the Monti neighborhood where Notre Dame’s academic and residential buildings are located.
Via Ostilia, 15
In preparation for the event, we ask that you delve into your personal archives and share any photos or projects you completed during your time in Rome for use in an exhibition.
Check back for more details and a registration link in September 2018.
Contact Matt Money with questions.
Originally published at architecture.nd.edu.