The Art School of Volterra
They have taught you very skilled masters
The building that now houses the State Institute of Art was designed by the architect Bruno Colivicchi. The works for its realization were contracted in the summer of 1931 and the work was finished a few months later, in 1932.
The school has an M-shaped plant, the beginning of the name Mussolini, and is a beautiful building created with the linear style that characterizes the architecture of the Fascist period.
It began to work in the school year 1932/33, first dealing mainly with alabaster, from the 1960s it was divided into various sectors: alabaster, wood and metals.