Meet Professors Ann Johns and Eli Durst and learn about how you can study art and culture in Italy this summer.
In Italian culture, life and art are inseparable. Countless examples illustrate this—the still-life quality of window displays in Florence, the artisanal care taken by a Sienese stoneworker replacing part of a medieval byway, the sculpted harmony of the Tuscan countryside. We cannot experience these essential qualities of Italian life in a classroom. Only with time and careful observation can we begin to absorb the richness and rhythm of life and art in Italy.
Earn UT in-residence credit for:
ARH 331J - Art and Pilgrimage in Medieval and Renaissance Italy (Global Cultures Flag)
ART 352J / ART 379T / ART 319T - Photography and Tourism: Observing Travel and Culture in Italy