Italy Through Art – Summer 2019
Summer 2019: June 11 – June 27, 2019
This course studies art and art education in Italy, from ancient to modern times. It is designed for students who wish to learn about art on-site and, in return, incorporate these new learning experiences into the established curriculum. The course begins with three seminars on campus prior to leaving on a guided study tour of Italy. The course will be complemented by on-site art education while in Italy and concludes with a seminar and presentations upon returning home. No prior experience is required.
Professor David Chang / Department of Art +Art History , VH 216 / firstname.lastname@example.org / 305.348.2297
Students can enroll in 3 or 6 credits selected from the courses below:
ART 2300C Beginning Drawing
ART 2500C Beginning Painting
ART 3310C Intermediate Drawing
ART 3404C Intermediate Painting
ART 4312C Advanced Drawing
ART 4505C Advanced Painting
ART 5390C Drawing
ART 5580C Painting
ARE 4925 Advanced Workshop in Art Education
ARE 4926 Advanced Workshop in Art Education
ARH 4910 Research
ARH 5913 Research
Students will be accommodated in shared hotel rooms (two students per room). For students wishing to have a single room, a supplement is available at an additional cost.
The program cost is $3,950.00 (approximately) and includes: hotel accommodations (best locations) and all ground transportation, including deluxe private coaches for required program activities in Italy. Also included are all breakfasts, selected dinners, and guided tours throughout Italy, museum tickets, art supplies, lectures, workshops, and mandatory international health insurance.
The program cost does not include: airfare, some meals, FIU course instructional fees ($205.57 per undergraduate credit or $455.64 per graduate credit), personal expenses, and the non-refundable $175 Study Abroad fee.
NOTE: FIU is not responsible for delays, changes in itinerary, changes in the content and cost of the program or other matters that are beyond their control.