20 to July 26, 2004 (two additional weeks
for THE 365)
Summer School In London:
Travel Through the Arts/Destination: The World of London
program is headquartered in London, England at the London Metropolitan
University (formerly UNL) and requires field trips to London environs.
Enrollment is limited to 20 participants, including university students
at all levels, and non-degree seeking students.
unique opportunity will explore all the arts using London and its environs as
the classroom, offering experiential in-class instruction, as well as extensive
out-of-classroom field trips. The
program curriculum (and cost!) includes attendance at shows and concerts with
backstage tours; museum /gallery and individual artist studio tours;
visits/talks on-campus with working professional artists in all fields; and
tours of historical/artistic sites in London and its surrounding areas (i.e.
Stonehenge, Stratford-upon-Avon, Brighton).
374: Great Scripts, 3 credits, taught by ECSU Professor Brodie (with British
365: Special Topics; The Youth Action Theatre, taught by Professor Brodie(with
British guest artists)
480: Independent Study in Theatre, 3 credits, taught by Professor Brodie (with
British guest artists)
Appreciation of the Arts, equivalent to FAH 230, 3 credits, taught by British
classes (10-12 noon) will be held Monday through Thursday at the host
institution with afternoons, evenings, Fridays and weekends set aside for
seminars, arts events, and field trips. Specific
details, to be announced, will allow ample free time for students to explore
London and environs on their own, as well as through this 6-credit program.
will live in university dormitories with 4 to 6 students per suite.
Suite accommodations include single bedrooms, kitchen, private bathroom
facilities and showers. Dorms are
within walking distance to the London Metropolitan University and the Piccadilly
Underground train line.
cost of the program is $4500 (which includes the 6 credit tuition and
registration fees) for the entire five-week program.The cost includes round-trip
economy class airfare,airport transfers,lodging accommodations, full restaurant
breakfast (daily except Sunday), theatre/concert tickets, museum entrance fees,
month-long underground (subway) passes, and required weekday and weekend field
trip transportation to sites outside of London.
Financial aid is available. The
application deadline is February 1, 2004. A $200 deposit is due Feb. 1; the
balance is due April 1, 2004. Deposits
are non-refundable. Additional details are available on the application form.
Ellen Faith Brodie, Director of Theatre
Connecticut State University
Hall, Room 13
465-5122 or e-mail to: BrodieE@easternct.edu
contact the instructor above for more information about this unique Study Abroad
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