Get your passport
May 17, through June 7, 2005
download and print the
itinerary here as a .pdf document
- Instructor: Joey Baker email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- ART 295 AA- Art Workshop/Seminar: Drawing : 1 credit
- ART 295 EA - Art Workshop/Seminar:
Painting : 1 credit
- ART 295 FA - Art Workshop/Seminar:
Watercolor : 1 credit
- ART 298
- Special Projects 1 - 3 credits
- Syllabi coming soon!
- Required Supplies:
- drawing pencils, sketchbook
- start paying now on your Study Abroad to Ireland trip. Your initial deposit of 1,000 USD is due by February 10th, 2005.
Reserve your spot.
Deposits now being accepted at the cashier's
- Go to the Cashier's Office,
- Identify yourself as a Study Abroad Ireland
- Use a credit or debit card, - write a check
or pay cash into your student account,
- Contact your instructor
to inquire about selection criteria.
- Register for your class of choice starting
- Tuition - Refunds of tuition payments are available
and are determined by the policies articulated in the Phoenix College
Catalogue and the printed and online Phoenix College Course Schedule.
- Program Fees - Program fees may be refunded on the following basis:
if cancellation occurs on or before March 21,
75% refund if cancellation occurs between
March 22 and March 26, 2005
50% refund if cancellation occurs between
March 27, 2005 and April 10, 2005
25% refund if cancellation occurs between
April 11 and May 9, 2005
0% refund if cancellation occurs on
or after May 10, 2005
NOTE - The refund policy articulated above is based on
the College's financial commitments for faculty salary,
airfare, ground transportation, accommodations, and instructional
space in Ireland that have to be paid in advance of departure.
Itinerary Changes - Phoenix College
and the Study Aborad in Ireland program are not responsible for any costs
incurred by altering an itinerary after tickets (air, train, coach, etc.)
have been purchased. Download the itinerary here.
The total number of participants will determine
the final costs. More participants equal lower costs to each. Sign
up your friends and family. At this price this is a great opportunity
for that family vacation or rediscovering your family's roots. Remember
it's two weeks in Ireland, college credit, art, music and a castle!
What more could you ask for!?
More about the trip:
This unique art program will be open to participants
with a desire to learn about the rich history, traditions, and culture
of Ireland, and gives the opportunity for students to incorporate
their experiences into their artwork. The program offers classes
in a cross section of the arts, specifically Art History, Drawing,
Painting, Watercolor, Digital Storytelling, Digital Photography
and Art beyond the Classroom.
Charleville Castle is located in the centre of Ireland, bordering the town of Tullamore, near the Shannon River. The castle is situated in Irelandís most ancient primordial oak woods, once the haunting grounds of Irelandís druids. In the sixth century it was part of the ancient monastic site of Lynally, which itself was in the ancient Durrow monastic settlement.
The courses will include daily studio time for drawing
and digital photography, or Art History lectures, workshops, and
discussions. Side excursions will be offered to Clonmacnoise and
other areas in the local countryside, which is rich with cultural
and historical sites. The program will include guest lectures on
Participants will visit Dublin
where they will be guided through Trinity College and view the ancient
illuminated manuscript "The Book of Kells", and tour the magnificent
architecture of Christ Church Cathedral. The course will continue
in Tullamore, Ireland, where Charleville Castle will serve as a