Department of Art & Art History

Three Student Opportunities to Study Abroad

Three Student Opportunities to Study Abroad

students in Paris

Art Students on A Previous Field Trip to the Eiffel Tower in Paris

Faculty Members of the Art & Art History Department are leading three very amazing student opportunities to study abroad. Please keep reading and follow the links for great opportunities in France, Italy and Wales. Registration periods are ending soon,  for example January 21, 2015 for Paris, so please contact the faculty members leading these trips to find out more as soon as possible!

PARIS: 2015 will be the inaugural year for the Department of Art and Art History’s Paris program! This year we’ll offer a 2-week intensive art history experience in the “City of Lights.” Students will live in apartments near the Place de la Bastille, in the heart of Paris and within walking distance of most of the major monuments and museums. A 3-credit upper level art history course on French art in the nineteenth century will be offered by Program Director Dr. Burns ( through visits to the various museums in Paris. Weekends will be free for students to explore other parts of Paris, or take the train to other towns in France. 

ROME: 2015 will be the 5th year for the Department of Art & Art History’s ART IN ROME program, this year lead by Professor Kozlowski in collaboration with the University of Arkansas Rome Center.  Students will live in lively Trastevere and work in the historic center of Rome from May 15th thru June 18th, exploring the city's incredible treasures of art, food, and culture and earning credits in studio art and art history.  This year will include day trips to the hill town of Oriveto, artist Niki de Saint Phalle’s Tarot Garden in Pescia Fiorentina, and an overnight trip to Florence.  For more information contact Professor Kozlowski or visit the Auburn Abroad website.

WALES: Study Art History, English Literature, and Welsh Culture in Aberystwyth, Wales, June 12 through July 15, 2015!  

Students will take 6 credit hours, and course offerings include Arts 3810: Gender and the Visual Arts, which meets requirements in the Art History, Studio Art, and Graphic Design majors and minors. Students will study on the main Aberystwyth University campus on Wales’s beautiful Cardigan Bay, and will be able to explore the historic coastline of Wales with its many medieval castles, mountains, and beaches. For more information, contact program leader Dr. Joyce de Vries: and see:

Last Updated: January 09, 2015