MAY 16 - JUNE 6, 2019
This program will focus on significant architectural sites in and around the city of Rome, where the primary means of investigation is observational and analytical drawings using plein air and architectural drawing conventions. Students will explore traditional and contemporary media to document architectural sites. Site visits and activities will be informed through historical readings, presentations, discussions and group activities. The emphasis of the program is to assist students in developing drawing skills while deepening their knowledge and appreciation of architecture and interiors in the specific sociological/historical place of Rome.
The content will be delivered in 6 credit hours of coursework: SA 301 and SA 302 (AHI and CU Liberal Studies credits).
Scheduled Information Sessions:
Tuesday, February 5th
2:00 – 3:00 PM at the Center for International Education -- Blome Hall Conference Room
Friday, February 8th
12:45 – 1:30 PM at the Center for International Education -- Blome Hall Conference Room
Information Session Materials
Presentation Slides - from Info Sessions