Work side-by-side with European-trained artists and arts teachers to create an interdisciplinary arts production during this two-week summer course: International Arts & Culture Infusion (July 21 – August 4, 2013).
This learning adventure has two components: the study of a unique interdisciplinary arts education methodology, and the study of European Culture through field trips and on-site experience in and around the beautiful coastal village of Oskarshamn, Sweden.
Travel to and within Sweden is relatively easy. You need only a passport (no visa is necessary). Most people in Sweden speak English, and Americans are welcome guests.
This course is available to graduate students (EIA 0600, Master’s level) and to undergraduate students (EDUC 4900) and can be taken for 3 credits (6 credits available by special arrangement with professor).
Financial aid will cover the standard tuition costs, and the room and food package is very affordable (lowest rates in Europe). You need not be enrolled in the Interdisciplinary Arts Program, or be a degree-seeking student to take this course.