Department of Art
ART HISTORY IN GREECE JANUARY 2-15, 2021
ATHENS| OLYMPIA | DELPHI | MYCENAE | KNOSSOS | CHANIA | NAFPLIO
Estimated cost: $5000
Includes international flight from Denver, in-country land and sea transportation, sights and activities, tuition and fees (3 upper-division art history credits), lodging, and meals for two weeks.
Activities and site visits include Akropolis, AkropolisMuseum, National Archaeological Museum of Athens, Plaka, Agora, ancient Kerameikoscemetery, Byzantine and Christian Museum, Islamic Museum, Cycladic Museum, Palace of Knossos, ancient Mycenae, Theatre of Epidauros, Old Harbor of Chania, cooking class, wine tasting, pottery workshop, overnight ferry on the Aegean, and much more! This program is pending official approval from the university. Dates, itinerary, and activities are subject to change.
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CONTEMPORARY DESIGN IN DENMARK SPRING 2021 STUDY ABROAD
COPENHAGEN // HELSINGØR // ORESTAD // FREETOWN CHRISTIANIA + MORE
MARCH 19 – 27, 2021
Visits + Activities include Rosenborg Castle, Designmuseum Denmark, Finn Juhl House, Louisiana Museum, Danish Architecture Center, National Museum of Denmark + Danish Design Studio visits.
Estimated Cost: $5,570.00
This estimate is based on round-trip airfare cost of $1200, shared lodging, meals, course related in-country transportation and entrance-fees, accident and health insurance, current 3-cr course tuition, and textbooks. Trip costs are not guaranteed, are subject to change, and can vary based on individual student preference. Passports costs ($165) and individual misc spending is not included in this estimate.
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Dates, itinerary, and activities are subject to change. A minimum of ten students are required for course to run.
This is an on-campus 16-week studio course featuring eight days of immersive study in Denmark over spring break from March 19-March 27, 2021.
Course Description: Students in this study abroad course explore contemporary design practices in Denmark. Danish design is culturally defined by a clean aesthetic, emphasis on functionality, and empathy for the human experience. In this course, students produce design solutions that reflect Danish design philosophy, specifically as it relates to design that embraces universal access, eco-friendly values, and the adoption of new technologies. Through design research practices, students analyze how democratic design has positively impacted life in Denmark. Students explore how Danish communication design works in the context of the monumental Scandinavian design movement, and compare Scandinavian design with current design practices in the United States. Students create design work that combines field study and studio practice in response to the social and cultural immersion of a study abroad experience in Denmark.
Pre-requisite CDES 2222 or permission of instructor.
Six credits, Four weeks, A Lifetime of Memories
Site visits included:
- A pilgrimage to Montserrat
- Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia
- The Gothic Quarter
- The Dalí Museum
- The Prado in Madrid
- Medieval city of Toledo
- Many more!
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