Picturing Italian Art and Culture in Context
Rome, Italy, July 3 – 31, 2019
This program includes two Visual Arts courses, ART329 Topics in Art History: Roman Visual Culture and ART369/392 Topics in Photography, Art, Media: Mobile Imaging in Italy, for a total of 6 undergraduate credits. Both courses engage the rich history and architecture of Rome, analyzing and exploring it through new technologies and social media.
Both courses can be used to fulfill the following requirements:
For the BA/BFA in Visual Arts, ART329 will fulfill requirements for the Art History portion of all VA concentrations. For the BA/BFA in Visual Arts, ART369/392 will fulfill requirements for the Photography concentration or it can be used to count as an art elective in any of the other VA concentrations. For Global Studies majors, the program fulfills the Study Abroad requirement. Both courses can be used to fulfill requirements for general electives.
UMBC tuition is waived. Some students may be eligible for financial aid.
For more information:
Lynn Cazabon, email@example.com
Kimberly Anderson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rose Malone, Study Abroad Office: email@example.com