International Study

  • Group photo of students at Trajan's Market

  • Sarah Sparks with student Wilson Smith at the Roman Colosseum, Rome, Italy

  • Moore faculty member Sarina Miller lectures students in a museum in Rome, Italy

  • Sarina Miller teaching at Galleria Doria Pamphili

  • Sarina Miller teaching at the Roman Forum

  • Sarina Miller teaching in the Galleria Doria Pamphili

  • Moore faculty member Sarina Miller lectures students at a museum in Rome, Italy

  • Sarah Sparks with student Wilson Smith at Trevi Fountain, Rome, Italy


MOROCCO: WINTER BREAK

THIS EXCLUSIVE PROGRAM IS OFFERED BY MOORE COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN IN COLLABORATION WITH THE COLLEGE OF GLOBAL STUDIES AT ARCADIA UNIVERSITY.

ART AND CULTURE IN MOROCCO

  • A two-week, three-credit course for Moore Students with Morocco as your classroom. Course taught by Moore faculty.
  • This course explores the concept of “then and now” in Moroccan art and culture through both anthropological and art historical perspectives.
  • Students will immerse themselves in the everyday life of multiple sites throughout the country, using the experience of traveling abroad to engage in anthropological studies of art (including music, textiles, dance, sculpture, architecture, and painting), food, spirituality and politics in this area of the world.
  • The itinerary includes Tangier, Fez, Rabat, Casablanca and Marrakech.
  • Credits earned will be applied to the spring 2018 semester. This course will count toward your degree requirements at Moore College of Art and Design

 

FAST FACTS

APPLICATION DEADLINE October 1

DATES January 1 to 14, 2018

GRADE REQUIREMENTS Must be good academic standing.

HOUSING Provided by Arcadia University

FEES $2,670
Housing, meals, and transportation in Morocco provided

CREDITS 3 semester hours of credit

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: ACADEMICADVISOR@MOORE.EDU