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Faculty Led - The Art of Italy
Rome, Italy (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Summer Session
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Eligibility: Undergraduate Students
Program Director: Lawrence Jenk Areas of study: Art
Program Cost: $4432 UNCG Course Credit Available: Yes
Program Description:

art italy


On this 4-week program students will enroll in a total of 6 credits of art history and/or drawing courses taught on location in Florence, the most important of Renaissance cities. Through invaluable first-hand encounters with art at historic churches, museums and galleries, Renaissance villas and palaces, students will develop a deep understanding of art’s context, materiality and cultural function, both past and present. Students will also gain a better appreciation for the historical relevance of Florence as an artistic center and the interconnectedness of Italian visual culture and daily life in the modern city of today.


Students should enroll in two courses. All courses are 3 credits and limited to undergraduates.

  • ART 100: Introduction to Visual Art
  • ARH xxx: Papal Rome: The Renaissance & Baroque Periods
  • ARH 401: Independent Study*
  • ART 222: The Artist's Sketchbook in Italy
  • ART 322: Variable Topics in Drawing/Artist Sketchbook: Methods & Making

*Available only to art history majors who have fulfilled their Studio requirement. 


See the UNCG Department of Art's website for additional details:



UNCG reserves the right to cancel or modify the program's content, or to change costs in case of conditions beyond its control.

Please contact the study abroad office for information about application deadlines.