Curator-led tours at world-class museums. Intimate visits to artists’ and illustrators’ studios. Hands-on drawing workshops across from the River Thames. Illustration Department Chair Ann Field, along with faculty members Clive Piercy and Paul Rogers, guide students on an unforgettable trip to London.
Students in the Exchange and Study Away program will spend the Spring term preparing for their trip, creating a personal project based on a common theme. Then, during Spring Break, students spend eight to 10 days immersed in a heady mix of style and culture—both high and low—to understand how ideas are formed. Students get the opportunity to present their projects to some of the leading thinkers and tastemakers of this global, inclusive and ever-changing international city.
London provokes and inspires. This Spring Term you will create a personal project based on a given theme and then in the Spring Break fly to London, where each day you will be immersed in the heady mix of style and culture high and low. Learn to think about these influences the way the British do. Everything is inspiration and you will get the opportunity to present your projects to some of the leading thinkers and tastemakers of this global, inclusive and ever-changing international city. Come and see what all the fuss is about.