Summer Study Abroad Programs
Spend a month in the High Renaissance this summer with Professor Locker!
Sign up for ARH 472 - High Renaissance Art in Italy!
June 23-July 17, 2014
Monday-Thursday, 10:00am-12:20 pm
This course surveys major monuments and artworks created on the Italian peninsula from the end of the fifteenth century to the late sixteenth century, with particular emphasis on Rome, Florence and Venice. Despite political chaos and social upheaval, this era produced some of the most celebrated and influential masterpieces in the western tradition, including major works by Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Bramante and Raphael.
Summer Study Abroad in Mexico
Art 410/510 Mixed-Media and Printmaking
Travel dates: June 23 to July 5, 2014
Faculty: Rachel Hibbard, Adjunct Professor of Art
Explore beautiful Guanajuato through art. Investigate how Mexico, with its rich heritage, translates into your artistic production.
Monotype printmaking techniques will be taught and you will explore drawing as an instrument of analysis and poetic expression. Observational drawing and maintaining a sketchbook will be incorporated into your daily art practice in the studio and on field trips to local museums, galleries and places of interest.
The class will be taught in Guanajuato, a UN World Heritage city, rich with pre-Columbian, Colonial and Revolutionary history, which offers students a rare opportunity to explore the art and culture of a unique area. Guanajuato is the birthplace of Diego Rivera and other notable Mexican artists.
September 3-7, 2014
Led by Una Kim, PSU Faculty
8 credit hours
Temples, museums, lectures, workshops, cultural events, galleries, local markets, palaces, etc.
Art exhibition upon returning
Application and information available online at:
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (faculty)
email@example.com (Education Abroad)