Study art around the world
As an art, art education, art history or pre-architecture major at Calvin, you may be interested in broadening your experience by participating in a January art or art history interim, or a semester-long off-campus program.
Off-campus semester programs
Calvin offers 12 off-campus semester programs to locations far and wide. Nearly all of these programs have components that could enhance your program in art or art history. Check out programs in Britain, China, France, Ghana, Honduras (Development), Honduras (Spanish), Hungary, New Mexico, Peru, Spain and Washington D.C.
Off-campus interim courses
Professors from art and art history regularly lead three-week interim (January or May) courses to locations around the globe. Recent courses include:
French Art from Louis XIV to July 14th - a Paris-based course that examined the shift in French society, art, architecture and two planning that occurred between 1648 and 1848. mid-seventeenth-century threats to monarchical power.
Earthworks in the American Southwest - a course that traveled to significant earthwork sites, burial mounds, and museums in Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah.