Venetian Art and the Venice Biennale
Venetian Art and the Venice Biennale is a unique study abroad program offered by the Department of Art at Salisbury University. Following a full semester studying Venetian art on the S.U. campus during the spring, students will spend nearly two weeks in beautiful Venice, Italy experiencing the art and architecture of the city. Excursions to see Venetian Renaissance masterpieces, as well as Modernist works in the Peggy Guggenheim museum, culminate with the Venice Biennale, the world’s oldest and most prestigious international art fair. Enrollment is open to Salisbury University art students, alumni, members of the community and students from other universities. Offered Spring semester, odd years.
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Creative Arts in Bologna
Creative Arts in Bologna takes place in Bologna, Italy during January winter session. A 100 level Drawing course is offered in this joint program with the Creative Arts Minor. Learning about and creating art in the setting of Europe’s oldest university (dating from the 11th century), provides a very unique experience. Professors from the University of Bologna, collaborate with professors from Salisbury University to create jam-packed courses filled with field trips, Italian cultural experiences and guest speakers who are experts in their field. Like all International Education experiences in the Art Department, this course will satisfy your General Education Humanities requirement, or may be used as an elective.
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Global Seminar in Photography: London and Paris
Global Seminar in Photography: London and Paris is led by two faculty members with years of experience in photography, particularly in the context of London and Paris. The program is open to all students interested in the history and the art of photography, and these two most iconic European capitals. Join the Photography program as we travel to the lands of Kings and Queens, Hogwarts and Wizards, Hunchbacks and the Phantom. The cities of London and Paris serve as your 3-week, 4-credit classroom to explore England and France through the lens of photography. Tentative dates for 2013 are January 1-21