The University of Georgia sponsors an interdisciplinary study abroad program year-round (fall, spring, summer) located in Cortona (Tuscany), Italy. The areas of study are art history, studio arts (book arts, ceramics, design, drawing, interior design, jewelry and metalsmithing, painting, papermaking, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and watercolor), landscape architecture, Italian, Italian culture, and classics. Extensive travel to major sites (Rome, Pompeii, Siena, Urbino, Florence, Venice, etc.) are part of the itinerary. The program offers courses for undergraduate and graduate credit.
For more information concerning this program, contact Studies Abroad Cortona Program, School of Art, Bishop House, Room #1, (706) 542-7011.