Looking for a NEW Classroom? 

How about one in Tuscany?

East Carolina University Presents: Italy Intensives

Spend this fall taking Enameling in Tuscany, taught by Linda Darty. 

Metals & Jewelry beginning and advance classes will be taught by Jennifer Wells. 

Students earn 12-15 credits during the Fall and Spring semesters and up to 6 credits during 3 or 5 week summer sessions. Classes are offered in art history, art appreciation, studio art classes (painting, jewelry, enameling, ceramics, photography, book arts, drawing and design) as well as literature, Italian language, music, theatre, international news and feature writing/journalism. The curriculum is expanding each year and students are welcome from ANY major! Join us! When in your life will you have time to spend 3 months in Italy, if not while you are in school???

Find out the details at :

http://www.ecu.edu/cs-cfac/italy/

http://italyintensives.tumblr.com

https://www.facebook.com/ItalyIntensives

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