FAIRFIELD UNIVERSITY FLORENCE ART HISTORY FACULTY LED PROGRAM
JANUARY 1 - 12, 2019
AH 130 Early Renaissance Art in Florence (3 credits)
Spend your winter break in Florence, Italy, the historic "cradle of Renaissance civilization." Fairfield University offers you the opportunity to earn three credits while taking a fascinating course in one of Europe's most-loved cities.
Discover beauty and inspiration through direct enjoyment of masterpieces of art by Botticelli, Michelangelo, and Leonardo da Vinci. Spend 10 days with Dr. Philip Eliasoph, full-time Professor and Art Historian, as he lectures about the early 15th century in Florence and examines the artist and architects who contributed to the Early Renaissance while visiting such sites as the Museum at the Florence Cathedral, the San Marco Monastery, the city of Siena and more!
Program Fee $3750 Includes:
Three Fairfield University Undergraduate Credits (AH 130 satisfies Visual & Performing Arts core requirement for FFLD Students)
Apartment Housing in historic city center
Transportation to Siena and Pisa Viareggio and Lucca
Museum and site visits
Ground Transportation to and from Florence airport for group travelers
Welcome and Farewell dinners
Costs not included in Program Fee:
Philip Eliasoph, Ph.D., professor of art history, Fairfield University
Yael Eliasoph, lecturer; Italian language, Department of Modern Languages, Fairfield University
APPLICATION DEADLINE -
This program has rolling admission, first come first-serve - Applications are open as of July 1, 2018. Students will be accepted beginning July 2nd based on successfully completing the program requirements and University review.
Program fee TBA* will be due on or before October 1, 2018. For best airfare rates, the sooner accepted students Commit and pay the program fee the sooner we will be able to provide you with the information about the required group travel flight.
This program is available to all undergraduate and graduate students who are in good academic and social standing at their home institution. A cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required.
Fairfield University, a Jesuit institution, is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, which accredits schools and colleges in the six New England states.
* Updated for 2019 Program