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Immersion in the Old World through Drama, Literature and Photography

Deadline to apply:  December 5, 2014 Click here to apply and add the file attached.

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Immersion in the Old World through Drama, Literature and Photography

Deadline to apply:  December 5, 2014 Click here to apply and add the file attached.

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Immersion in the Old World through Drama, Literature and Photography

Deadline to apply:  December 5, 2014 Click here to apply and add the file attached.

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Immersion in the Old World through Drama, Literature and Photography

Deadline to apply:  December 5, 2014 Click here to apply and add the file attached.

Art and Theatre: Exploring London Through Lens and Stage

 

Students will be exposed to thehistory oftheatre bystudying atthe Globe Theatre, visiting Shakespeare's birthplace and attending plays inLondon's vibrant West Endtheatre district. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to take photographs in one of thecultural andartistic capitals of theworld. They will learn about architectural, landscape, andtravel photography as well as howto develop their ownartistic aesthetic as photographers.


PROGRAM SITE: London, England

COURSES:

History of Theatre (DRAM 2361) and Photography I/II (ARTS 2356/2357)

ACADEMIC INFORMATION:

Students are required to take two classes and will receivesix credit hours upon completion of the program.Tuition is not included in the program fee.

PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS:

2.0GPA and 12 cumulative academiccredit hours. Alamo Colleges expects study abroad participants to perform academically at standardscommensurate with on-campus performance. This includes attendingclass, taking exams, reading required materials, completing homework, etc. If students' GPA drops below a 2.0 before they study abroad,they will not be allowed to participate in the program.

FACULTY LEADERS:

Professor Lisa Fritschle will be the primaryinstructor and lead faculty for Theatre (DRAM 2361). She currently serves as Director of Theatre at NortheastLakeview College. She has taught theatre for fourteen years both in high schooland college. She led the London program in the winter of 2014. Additionally, she lived in Europe for five years and has traveled internationally to Germany, France, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, and many otherplaces. She also led student programs to London and New York.

 

Professor Caroline Davis will be the co-leaderand lead faculty for Art. She is an Assistant Professor of Fine Arts at Northeast Lakeview College. Additionally, Ms. Davis has internationally traveled to England, Scotland, Ireland,France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Hungary and Canada.

 

PROGRAM FEE:

*$4,362 Includes airfare, lodging, in-country transportation, some meals, entrance fees. This does NOT include tuition, passport fees, visa fees, books, materials and spending money. Financial aid is available.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

December 4, 2015 ......................... $200 due with application(non-refundable)

Once studentsare accepted into the program,they will follow the scheduled payments:

 

December 16, 2015 ................................. $500 initial deposit

 

January 29, 2016 ..................................... $1,221

 

February 25, 2016 ................................... $1,220

 

March 28, 2016 ...................................... $1,221

 

Failure to pay by the scheduled deadlines will resultin

cancellation of participation in the selected study abroad program.

 

TENTATIVE ITINERARY:

Day 1     Arrive in London - Welcome Dinner

Day 2     Hop On Hop Off bus tour

Day 3     Theatre History Walk

Day 4     Shakespeare’s Tour

Day 5     Free day for research

Day 6     Workshop and Tour at the Globe Theatre

Day 7      Tate Modern Museum

Day 8     Drury Lane Theatre Tour

Day 9     Victoria and Albert Museum and Photo Gallery

Day 10  Research on a museum

Day 11  Tower of London

Day 12  Design Museum and Kensington Palace

Day 13  Hampton Court Palace

Day 14  Free Day

Day 15  Return home

 

PASSPORT:

A valid passport is required to travel. You can visit www.travel.state.gov/passport/ for additional information.

SCHOLARSHIP:

Students  receiving  a  Pell  grant  are  eligible  for  the  Benjamin Gilman  Scholarship.            If  awarded,  students  may  receive  up  to

$5,000.  Learn more at https://gilmanapplication.iie.org/


 


CONTACT INFORMATION:

Maria Rivera-Midence  |  (210) 485-0084 |   dst-studyabroad@alamo.edu |  alamo.edu/international/study-abroad

 

 

*Alamo Colleges has taken considerable care in preparinginformation and materialsfor specific Study Abroad programs,and this information is subject to change. Althoughaccurate at the time of publication, external events could result in changes in dates, itinerary,costs and other aspects of a program. Revised information will be provided as soon as it is made available, and participants should check with the facultyleader or the District Office of International Programsfor the most recent information. Alamo Colleges will not be held responsible for unintentional misinformation.

Contact Information

Maria Rivera
Alamo Colleges District Office
201 W. Sheridan
Building C, Room 7
dst-studyabroad@alamo.edu
210-485-0084

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