Study the Art of Italy & Greece
Art History in Italy & Greece
Tentative Travel Dates: May 15- May 26, 2016
This course provides first-hand examination of the art and architecture of the Ancient, Medieval, Baroque and Renaissance periods. Most historians agree that while not practical in terms of financial restriction, the best method of the study of a work of art, is to actually be able to see the work. The goal of this Art History Study Abroad program is to help CPCC students achieve that level of academic study while broadening their global experience. The instructor, Dr. John Cone, did his doctoral work in Medieval Art History & Archaeology.
How to Apply
1. Complete CPCC's and submit it to the Global Learning Office in Overcash 303.
3. Visit the website for Explorica and follow the instructions for applying.
Program Fees Include:
What isn't included:
ART 114 (Survey of Ancient and Medieval Art History) or 115(Survey of Renaissance to Early Modern Art History) (3 Art credits). Student who have applied and been accepted to the program will be given instructions on how to register for the summer course.
Instructor: Dr. John Cone, email@example.com, 704-330-6347
For more information, contact the Instructor or the Global Learning Office at firstname.lastname@example.org, 704.330.6167 or visit us in Overcash 303 on Central Campus
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