Study Abroad through Brown
Among the summer study abroad programs offered to Brown students through the Office of International Programs is an intensive four week studio art immersion program in Comillas, Spain. Situated on the Atlantic coast of Spain within striking distance of both Altamira and Bilbao, this stunning location offers accessibility to local culture, historic sites and an intensive art making experience.
Study Abroad Opportunities at Other Institutions
Additionally, during the junior year, students frequently take a semester or the full year to work at other institutions, either in this country or abroad. These have included: Columbia University, Cornell University, The School of the Visual Arts, San Francisco Art Institute, Institute of Architecture and Urban Studies in New York City, and programs at institutions in Bologna, Copenhagen, Rome, Florence, Paris, London, Berlin, Kyoto (Japan), and Nanking (China), among others.
Courses of study at other schools must first be provisionally approved by a student’s concentration advisor. Upon completion of the course work, a portfolio, all papers, exams or their equivalent, and a transcript must be presented to the concentration advisor and approved in order to obtain credit. Appropriate forms and more information about Brown's exchange programs may be obtained from the http://www.brown.edu/Administration/OIP/. Additional brochures on Visual Art and History of Art programs are available on the Visual Art Department’s Resource Center in the List Art Building.