American Academy in Rome

The American Academy in Rome is a major U.S. cultural institution in Rome.

It was formed in 1913 from the union of the American School of Architecture in Rome (founded 1894) and the American School of Classical Studies in Rome ( founded in 1895 ). Your seat with ten buildings, including the Villa Aurelia heard is on the Janiculum, the highest hill of Rome, in a historic garden area of ​​approximately 4.5 ha Academy is scientific meetings and conferences from as well as readings and exhibitions of their fellows.

Prix ​​de Rome ( Rome Prize )

For young scholars and artists, the American Academy writes annually from 30 scholarships that are associated with studying in Rome from 6 months to 2 years. This outstanding talents are encouraged in the areas of: Classical antiquity, history and art of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, architecture, landscape architecture, historic preservation, design, Modern Italy, literature, music, visual arts.

Directors of the American School of Classical Studies in Rome

Directors of the American Academy