"TRE: Renaissance Cities," Curated by Students of Italian

“TRE: Renaissance Cities,” an exhibit at Rauner Special Collections Library curated by students of Italian, is on display in the Class of 1965 Galleries through February 23rd, 2018. The exhibit examines a wide range of innovative modes of expression in three Italian cities of the Renaissance: Venice, Florence, and Rome. Students Tony DiPadova ’19, Camila R. Feltrin ’20, Daniela Jerez ’18, Madeline Killen ’18, Nicolle Salazar ’19, and Evan Strouss GR created the exhibit as their final project in Professor Nancy Canepa’s Italian 22 class, “Humanism and Renaissance.”  For more information and to view the poster, click here.