Study in Florence, Italy
June 1 - 29 2018
What You Will Learn
The historic churches, museums, and piazzas of Florence will be our classroom, as we explore the history of Italian art and the techniques of photography and drawing on site. During the four-week intensive course, students will be introduced to the history of Italian painting, sculpture, and architecture, while also creating their own works of art, whether through photography or drawing. The program will include a weekend excursion to Rome.
All students are required to enroll in both art history and drawing, for a total of 6 credits.
- ARTH 4311 History of Italian Art
- ARTS 4308I Disegno a Firenze (Drawing In Florence)
Participants must complete the required online application and be officially admitted to the program. For more information, see the Study Abroad Office’s website.
Both the study abroad office and CAPA provide resources and opportunities for scholarships. For a complete listing please see the following links:
Financial aid is available to students who wish to study abroad. Please contact Mary Rios, Financial Aid and Scholarship Counselor (512-245-2655), for information, or visit the Texas State University Financial Aid website.
To learn more about the program, please email Program Assistant Makenna Timoteo (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be added to the Florence Study Abroad TRACS site. Updates regarding program costs and orientation meetings will be posted through the TRACS site.