Georgetown’s Art Department is unique for its encouragement of study abroad opportunities. Recently, students have studied in

  • Canada
  • France
  • Greece
  • Hong Kong
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • England, including the University of Oxford.

In the Winter of ’07-08, our art history students completed a study abroad in London and Dublin. In spring-summer ’08, a studio major spent a semester in Australia, an art history major traveled and studied in Chile and Argentina, one photography/digital student studied in Italy, and several studio and art history majors participated in a Karakuri workshop in Japan. In ’09-10 students are planning to study in Florence, Oxford, and London.

Our faculty often lead study abroad courses. Professor Decker has taken groups of students to London and Dublin to study portraiture and biography. She also took a group of students to London in ’09-10 for a course on the history of museums. Professor Kincer took a group of students to London and Dublin for a field course in photography in ’08-09. Professor Zakic has taken students to Greece for on-site drawing courses. For more information on these or other courses abroad with art faculty, contact the department chair.