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Paris, France

Photography in Paris
Summer Session II

Train your artistic eye in the presence of centuries of Paris' rich history!

Paris is a world famous city with a robust history in the realms of art.  This summer, take an intimate photographic journey through Paris as seen through the viewfinder, focusing on techniques of photography as applied to an aesthetic visual study of people, culture, and landscape, all while visiting the historic museums and galleries of France's enticing and opulent capital city.  Photography in Paris will help you master your technical skills, develop critical thinking and gain proficiency in a variety of photographic practices.

Art and Architecture come alive as the Parisian city streets and world famous institutions become your classroom!  Experience the historic beauty and lasting power of the long lineage of French masters in all forms of media and design, and live the French capital’s dense and diverse blend of historical periods. You’ll have the opportunity to immerse yourself daily in the field of Art History. 

Program dates: July 6 – August 4, 2018 – Summer Session II

Program Itinerary – Explore the program!

Undergraduate Courses:

Faculty Directors: 

  • Zoe Petropoulou, PhD, Associate Professor of Languages and Literatures (internships)
  • George LarkinsAssistant Director of Art and Design (Photography)
  • Bernard Zirnheld, Adjunct Professor of Art and Design (Art & Architecture)

Program Fee: The Summer 2018 fee for Paris varies by course and does not include summer tuition or round-trip airfare to Paris:

  • ART 1775A or FRE 4980A: $2475
  • ART 1670:  $3175

Program Status: Applications are now open!  Please click APPLY NOW for detailed instructions.

Application Deadline: March 15, 2018  Click here for detailed instructions on how to submit your application.

Confirmation Deadline: March 22, 2018.  For instructions on how to confirm, please visit our Accepted Students page and follow the steps in #2.

Program-Specific Pre-Departure Orientation: All confirmed students will be required to attend the pre-departure orienation in mid- to late-April.  TBD.

Cultural Mentoring Program: All Global Studies participants must complete one cultural mentoring workshop where you will have an opportunity to set your personal objectives for your time abroad and reflect what role the dirfferences in culture will have on your stay.  March and April dates will be available shortly.