The Mind Garden

The latest issue of Blending Magazine is inspired by the Fall 20 final student exhibit theme, The Mind Garden. This issue features the individuals behind a greener Florence, links between nature and art, and why a mountain hike can positively impact mental health. This special issue is the first magazine released after the FUA-AUF campus reopening, and is dedicated to the importance of sustainability and community in current times.


Cover image courtesy of Caitlin Williams

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ABOUT OUR BACK ISSUES

Want to catch up on your Blending reading? Back issues of the latest editions may be downloaded as full pdfs below.

Magazine

  • The Possible City

    The latest issue of Blending Magazine is inspired by the Spring 2021 final student exhibit theme, The Possible City. Our writers explored Florence by seeking new communities, observing the changes of the city, and looking for possible visions of the city’s future. Examples include how artists are re-thinking exhibit spaces, how Florentine startups aim to create more secure and sustainable communities, and how the future of travel and tourism will shape the city of Florence. We hope this issue will open new possibilities for our readers as much as it did for our students


    Cover image courtesy of Carina Bandoni

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  • The Mind Garden

    The latest issue of Blending Magazine is inspired by the Fall 20 final student exhibit theme, The Mind Garden. This issue features the individuals behind a greener Florence, links between nature and art, and why a mountain hike can positively impact mental health. This special issue is the first magazine released after the FUA-AUF campus reopening, and is dedicated to the importance of sustainability and community in current times.


    Cover image courtesy of Caitlin Williams

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  • Eros and Logs

    The latest Blending Magazine issue has been released, inspired by theme of Eros and Logos, between desire and reason. In this issue we take you through the history of garments in the Jewish culture and faith, hopes and dreams encountered one last night in Florence, why the humanities are still important in this day and age, and how much can learn from the humble label of wine bottle. We are incredibly proud of the work produced by this season’s students and faculty, a true testament to the power of creativity in the midst of challenging times.


    Cover image courtesy of FUA

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  • Consumption, Gentrification, and the New Colonialism

    The latest Blending Magazine issue has been released. The Fall 2019 issue was inspired by the FUA-AUF conference theme, Consumption, Gentrification, and the New Colonialism. The issue features an interview with Marcello Del Colle, the manager of the Opificio delle Pietre Dure, and also discusses how gentrification affects the food we eat, and how to rediscover the joy of walking.


    Cover image courtesy of FUA

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  • The Caterina Issue

    The latest Blending Magazine has been released. The Spring 2019 issue was inspired by the FUA spring conference theme Caterina De' Medici: 500 Years of Hospitality. The issue features an interview with Vittorio Ricci, one of the last tailors of Florence, a bed and breakfast that it is also an art gallery, and a special encounter with Caterina De' Medici herself.


    Cover image courtesy of FUA

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