Earn four credits while living and learning in London!
Arts in London is a four-week culture program in London, England. The program offers a variety of opportunities for students to attend concerts, theater, opera, and ballet and visit museums and art galleries while living in London. Day long excursions to Canterbury and Cambridge provide the opportunity to experience "the arts" in different areas of Britain, while Celtic culture is explored during a long weekend in Wales.
- Sponsoring Department: Conservatory of Music
- Program Leader(s): Dr. Carolyn Hart
- Term: Summer
- Program Dates: May 12 - June 4, 2020
- Estimated Cost: $3,500.00 (airfare not included)
- Prerequisites: None
- Eligibility: Open to both Wheaton and non-Wheaton students
- Highlights: Experience Shakespeare at the Globe Theatre and attend Evensong at Westminster Abbey!
Students enroll in 4 credit hours for the summer.
ART101: Art Survey (2 credit hours) VPAV tag
Cultural survey of the visual arts through visits to numerous London art galleries.
MUCS 275/COMM 275: Musical Theater in London (2 credit hours) VPAM tag
Students will explore Musical Theater as a communication art form and study its development with emphasis on the relationship of London's West End to New York's Broadway. As part of the course, students attend the theater, opera, ballet and other shows.
MUCS 263: 19th Century Music (2 credit hours)
Impact of literature, nature, and nationalism on music; programmatic elements. Emphasis on social history, composers, works, genres, style, and performance-practice. The rise of scholarship; post-romanticism.
The estimated program fee includes tuition for four credit hours, lodging, English breakfast, a packed lunch while in London, local group ground transportation, theater tickets, and a long weekend to Wales (all meals included while in Wales.)
Program fees do not include the cost of airfare to/from London and one meal per day while in London.
If you have questions or would like to know more about the Arts in London program, contact Dr. Carolyn Hart, Associate Professor of Music, for further information.
How to Apply
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