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New York City
Renaissance through Modern Art in New York
Lance Herrington, Adjunct Instructor of Art
January 3-15, 2011
Course Fee: $1795 (resident), $1995 (non-resident)
- Explore New York’s world-class museums including the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, the Guggenheim Museum and the Neue Galerie
- Visit Christie’s auction house and learn about the business of art
- Tour the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and learn about its unique art, architecture and history
- Attend a performance of Blue Man Group and learn about contemporary performance art
- Join Francis Morrone, architectural historian and author of The Architectural Guidebook to New York City, on a tour of the historic architecture of Manhattan
This program is for Art and Art History majors and any other students interested in the great museums, galleries, auction houses, and historic architecture of the capital of the art world.
The program dates are January 3-15, 2011. Students will attend lectures on campus from January 3-6 and then study on-site in New York from January 7-13. Upon return, students will prepare and submit an online course journal and take a final exam from January 14-15.
Students will make their own travel arrangements to New York and rendezvous with the group at The Pod Hotel at a designated time.
Program cost is $1795 for resident students and $1995 for non-resident students. Included in the cost are tuition, housing, one group dinner, tours, museum admission fees, and a Metrocard for unlimited bus and subway fares. The program price does not include the Study USA application fee, airfare, airport transportation, meals other than the group dinner, and personal spending money.