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Study Abroad/Global Education

Photography in Florence

Summer 2014

Photography in Florence investigates the relationship between artistic theories, historically significant works of art, and early photographic processes in the unique setting of Florence, Italy. Students use large format cameras on location and learn 19th century photographic processes such as albumen and salted paper printing. The seminar course stimulates a dialogue that relates photography to the specific offerings of Florence as a center for artistic and cultural studies. Through tours of regional museums, churches and historic sites, students gain insight into the relationship of photography to the history of art.​


Quick Facts

  • Course FINE 3130 & FINE 3135

  • Credits 6​
  • Prerequisite FINE 1150. Recommended: FINE 2155 & FINE 3630 
  • Faculty Carol Golemboski & William Adams

  • Dates Denver: May 19-22, 2014. Florence: May 27-June 18, 2014

  • Cost $5,690 approx. 
  • Deadline March 1, 2014 
  • Program Advisor 
    Meghan Atherton​
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