Information Session for Study Abroad Program: Exploring Art in Florence and Rome
All are welcome to the information session in the Honors Lounge on Thursday Dec 1 from 5:10- 6:00 p.m. in Honors Hall 141Curious? Interested? The program is open to all WSU students with a 2.5 GPA. Professor Pamela Lee and Miranda Roberts, from Study Abroad, will be present to answer questions.
Feel free to contact me at email@example.comItaly dates are May 13-27, 2012.
Florence and Rome are excitingly critical locations to witness the development of western art history. Before the 19th century, Italy was comprised of individually governed city states. As we view and investigate iconically famous Italian painting, sculpture, and architectural works, we will experientially compare the cultural and historical venues of Florence and Rome. We will tour famous Roman cathedrals, fountains, squares, witnessing the layers of history that Rome offers: Roman walls, amphitheaters, artifacts, and cobbled streets; Gothic and Renaissance altarpieces and artistic masterworks by Raphael and Michelangelo; famous Baroque fountains, sculptures, and paintings by Bernini and Caravaggio.