Graphic Design Summer Study Abroad Programs
Summer 2012: En-Plein-Air Watercolor Painting & Drawing in Greece
Immerse yourself in an incomparable opportunity to live and create art in Athens, Skopelos Island [Location for the movie Mama Mia] and Delphi, three unique and distinctly beautiful places in Greece. This faculty-led intensive 23 day program focuses on interpreting and llustrating the landscapes, ancient ruins, cities, churches, harbors and seascapes of Greece through water coloring & drawing en-plein-air while integrating Greece’s rich history of art and culture into a meaningful educational adventure. You will explore the dramatic views and vistas of the sun-drenched Greek countryside: its hills, towns, gardens, markets, chapels, ports & beaches, all of which will be your subject matter. This outdoor studio course includes in person visits to the Ancient Acropolis, National Archaeological Museum of Athens, the Ancient Agora & Agora Museum, the Delphi Archaeological site, & 11 cultural workshops in Greece. You will develop a portfolio of drawings and watercolors that will be presented in a beautiful and professional show at Suffolk University after completion of the program.
This course is offered in cooperation with The Island Center for the Arts in Skopelos, Greece. www.islandcenter.org Included will be shared hotel accommodations in Athens, Skopelos and Delphi for 23 days, all ground transportation: buses, jeeps, hydrofoils and boats, as well as museum admissions, cultural workshops and side trips.
May 9 - 31, 2012
For more information contact Laura Golly, Professor of Graphic Design at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-994-4267 or Wallace Marosek, Associate Professor of Graphic Design at email@example.com or 617-994-4266.
Summer 2013: Study Illustration & Art History in Italy
In this unique study abroad experience you’ll live and create images in three of Italy’s most enchanting cities – Florence, Venice & Rome. This intensive, faculty-led program focuses on interpreting the land, town and seascapes of Italy through watercolor and drawing en-plein-air while integrating Italy’s rich history and culture. You’ll spend each day exploring the dramatic vistas of the sun-drenched Tuscan countryside, its hills, towns, private royal gardens, as well as its bustling markets, piazzas, and Renaissance architecture – all of which serve as subject matter for your painting.
For more information about the Summer 2013 Italy program contact Wallace Marosek, Associate Professor of Graphic Design at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-994-4266.