Connecticut College encourages its students to take advantage of opportunities to study away or abroad. Numerous College-appoved study-away programs are available through the Office of Study Away.
SATA - Study Away/Teach Away
Also, the art department participates in the College's own SATA programs that allow faculty and students to spend semesters away together in a number of countries. Students are also eligible to participate in the GLCA consortium of student interns, studying and working with professional artists in New York City.
Art in Venice
The art department maintains a close relationship with the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica Venezia, offering students a semester of intensive studio focus, concentrating on book arts, printmaking, painting and art history.
- Art courses take full advantage of the historical and visual benefits offered by an intimate exposure to Venice in particular and Italian culture in general
- Art history courses focus on the history of Venetian art and architecture with lectures, on-site visits to churches, museums, special collections and day trips outside Venice.
- Italian language is taught daily for the first six weeks as an immersion into conversational skills and basic understanding of the Italian language.
- Studio art focuses on intaglio printmaking, painting, drawing and other courses as offered by the Scuola. Students with advanced knowledge in any of these areas may also work independently with the attending Connecticut College faculty.
Email Denise Pelletier, email@example.com
Box 5206, Cummings Arts Center
270 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320-4196
Deborah Radachy, Dept. Assistant