Rhodes Art and Art History Maymester: Archaeological Fieldwork in Greece
This program is a supervised training course in the methods of Classical archaeology at a controlled excavation and in the relationship between newly discovered artifacts and those in museums. Students will live in Greece and participate as crew members in the excavation, registration, restoration, and publication of archaeological objects. They will also study famous art objects and sites in an academic and museum setting, tracing the life history of such an object from discovery to display and publication. Focusing on ancient Greece (ca. 3000 - 30 BCE), students will have the opportunity to examine the art of the Greeks at first hand.
ART 375: Archaeological Fieldwork in Greece
4 credits, fulfills F5 and F11, also counts toward Ancient Studies requirement for Art History major or counts as an elective for any major in Dept. of Art and Art History
ART 365 Museum Education in Greece
F5 and F11 credits
Location and Dates:
Porto Rafti, Attika, Greece
May 29th-June 27th, 2022
Students must be in good social standing at the time of application and remain in good social standing throughout the spring semester. Enrollment is limited;
students are recommended to be in contact with Professor Clinton directly as soon as they become interested in the program.
Dr. Miriam Clinton - email@example.com
Need-Based Scholarship Available:
- All students on Summer Programs will be considered for a need-based scholarship if they have completed a FAFSA and have at least a 2.75 GPA.
- Not all students will receive an award. Need based award amounts vary, based on each student's individual FAFSA information. Some awards may cover up to 100% of the program cost, though that is rare.
- Students choosing to withdraw their Off-Campus Study Application for a Rhodes Summer Program* must do so by February 14. Following February 14, Rhodes′ "Program Fees and Billing" Policy, and Rhodes′ "Cancellation and Refund" Policy will apply. Follow this link to review our Policies.