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Explore Italy's rich heritage of art and film, and make a documentary film in the process.
Date: June 2-June 22, 2013
Program Cost Includes
- 23 days in Italy (5 days in Rome and 16 in Florence)
- Round-trip airfare
- Transportation to and from Rome and Florence
- Meals: Rome (daily breakfast and two dinners), Florence (meal plan for student-operated restaurant at Ganzo-Apicius)
- Cell phones for students and faculty
- Lab fees
- Museum entrance fees
- Internet access
- Student services activities
- Insurance (mandatory)
- This amount does not include passport and visa fees, vaccination costs, tuition, customary gratuities, beverages and lunches, any applicable baggage-handling fees imposed by the airlines or entrance/exit taxes, gifts, and personal items.
- Scholarships may be available for qualified students through the TC3 Office of Financial Aid, room 215.
Learn art history on-site while developing documentary film skills. Students will have the opportunity to continue their art history and cinema studies in the rich cultural setting of Roma (Rome) and Firenza (Florence) Italy.
Follow the blog for students heading to Italy in 2013 with TC3 Learning Community course Art 102/Comm 240.
ART 102, 3 credits
History and Appreciation of Art II
COMM 240, 3 credits
Fiction/Non-fiction field production
is an assistant professor of Communication and Media Arts and is a visual storyteller and artist. She has taught film and television production at TC3 for six years. She has worked professionally as a writer, director, and producer in the field of film and television production for 15 years. Contact Christine by calling 607.844.8211, Ext. 4474; or by e-mail.
is an art and architectural historian, photographer, and travel writer. She has taught at TC3 for six years and has worked as the Visual Resources Curator at Ithaca College in the Department of Art History for almost 20 years. Contact Randi by calling 607.274.3198; or by e-mail.