Dublin, Galway, Ballyvaughan, Ireland
Experience the magical culture and nature of Ireland while earning 6 credit hours in 3 weeks.
In the spring and prior to departure, you will attend either virtual or in-person workshops to begin completing projects and coursework.
At our home base of Burren College of Art, you will explore the Burren region, famous for its natural beauty and unique limestone-based ecosystem, including the Cliffs of Moher.
Planned are workshops, lectures, and field trips with local legends who will introduce you to Celtic folklore, storytelling, Holy wells, poetry, and dancing.
You will visit art galleries and discover the history, culture, and social dynamics of Galway and Dublin.
At Inis Mór, the largest of the Aran Islands, you will see monuments of Christian, pre-Christian, and Celtic mythological heritage, thereby increasing your appreciation of contemporary Irish culture.
In your Burren studio spaces, you will create works that reflect your surroundings and new influences.
Learn more about the regions and sites we’ll visit on our program blog.
Burren College of Art is in Ballyvaughan, an Irish harbor village located on the northwest coast, along the Wild Atlantic Way.
Galway is the arts capital of Ireland with a thriving arts scene; and in Dublin we will seek out the studio arts at Trinity College (founded in 1592) and see the iconic Book of Kells.
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Housing will be provided and students will share accommodations in conveniently located apartments, residence halls, and hotels. All locations include free Wi-Fi and access to on-site kitchens.
The program will provide students with a weekly meal allowance, and several group lunches and dinners will be covered as well.
Vaccination (covid and other) requirements as specified by CGE and locations abroad.
COVID-19 Location Information:
Each country has different requirements upon entry with regard to COVID-19. Please check this website for the most up-to-date information on what is required for the country (or countries) that are part of this program. Please note that this changes often, so we encourage you to check back frequently.
Applicants must have a GPA minimum of 2.6
Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Graduate Students
Open to all majors
Prerequisites: ART102, ART104
This list serves as an application preview. To apply, students will need to complete the following:
Further details and instructions about these application requirements will be available upon log-in.
All dates are tentative and subject to change
ART 230: Introduction to Fiber Processes (3 credits)
ART 392: Special Topics in Art (3 credits)
Courses listed here are to be used as a general guideline for program curriculum. *All courses are considered pending until approved by the Academic Department, Program, and/or College.
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