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This group study abroad tour of Italy will focus on the study of ancient and Renaissance art and architecture in Florence, Rome, and Naples. Students will be required to attend a combination of museums, archeological sites, and cultural activities led by Professor Carey Watters. Professor Tom Berenz will lead the drawing portion of the course where students will be working outside, inside, and on location in Florence, Venice, Rome, and Naples. This course is for students who have a desire and motivation to pursue a deeper understanding of the history, culture and landscape of Italy. Florence will focus on museums, Venice will explore the landscape, Rome will investigate architecture, and Naples will be based on street life. Each day students will have an opportunity to draw something that they have a connection with. Through the act of drawing, students will further their understanding of the subject matter and ultimately have a better understanding of the history and culture of Italy.
ART 391 & ART 122/322/422 :
The Art and Architecture of Italy (3 credits) &
Travel Itinerary | May 14-June 1
May 14: Sunday, depart from Chicago
Cost: $2,500 + $1,500 for airfare + 6-credit tuition.
Financial Aid is available! And there is a Wisconsin Study Abroad grant available for students who qualify. Students can receive up to $1500.00 in grant money!
$500 deposit due December 1, 2016 to secure your spot.