Embark on a captivating exploration with IESA's Bachelors in Arts Management students as they recently ventured to Naples under the expert guidance of Professors Carolina Ariza & David Mandrella. Unveiling the rich heritage of Pompeii and the treasures within the Farnese Collection at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples, this study trip encapsulated the essence of IESA's commitment to comprehensive arts education.
Situated near modern-day Naples, Italy, Pompeii, an ancient Roman city, offers a poignant glimpse into the past. Preserved under layers of volcanic ash from the catastrophic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, Pompeii stands as a testament to the impermanence of human endeavors.
Discovered in the 18th century, the remarkably well-preserved ruins provide invaluable insights into daily life during the Roman Empire, making it a significant archaeological marvel.
This educational journey wasn't just a walk through history; it was a multidimensional experience intertwining educational exploration with cultural immersion.
From witnessing haunting plaster casts of human and animal remains frozen in time to appreciating artistic masterpieces, students embraced the vibrant present of Naples.
Our study trip with IESA was not just a journey through time; it was an unforgettable and transformative experience, resonating with the ethos of IESA's commitment to excellence in arts education.