Art Interterm
Study Tour

Picture of Rome


Varies each year

For more information:

E-mail the Department of Art

When is Art Interterm Study Tour?



Art Interterm Study Tour is an 18 day, European study-tour sponsored by the Department of Art that occurs during January Interterm. It focuses on the art, architecture and culture of the Italian Renaissance. Participants visit museums, palaces, galleries, and historical / archeological sites in Rome, Florence, Pisa, Sienna, Assisi and Venice. Enrollment is limited to 25 students. While art majors are given priority, a limited number of spaces are reserved for non-art majors. Art majors may receive lower or upper division art credit (ARTS 126 History of Western Art II or ARTS 410 Seminar in Art History). Non-art majors may fulfill the general education fine arts requirement (ARTS 100 Art Appreciation) with this course.