Location: Athens, Paros, Naxos, GR
Season: May 27, 2019 to June 22, 2019
Deadline Type: Rolling
This course explores the early development of Greek art (ca. 750 – 480 BCE) against the backdrop of the formative period of Greek civilization: The Rise of the Polis, the Age of Colonization, and the emergence of Athens as a cultural and artistic center. This course is intended for majors in Classics, Art History, Archaeology, or Museum Studies/Cultural Heritage.
Period(s) of Occupation: 750-480 BCE
Project Size: 1-24 participants
Minimum Age: 18
Room and Board Arrangements:
While in Athens, students are housed within walking distance of the CYA Academic Center in either CYA student apartments located in the Pangrati neighborhood of central Athens or in hotel accommodations arranged by CYA. CYA apartments are simply furnished and equipped with a full kitchen and air-conditioned bedrooms. Towels, linens and housekeeping service will be provided. A full mid-day meal will be served weekdays in the CYA cafeteria between the hours of 12:00-3:00 p.m. A welcome and a farewell dinner are also included. While traveling, hotel accommodations will be in simple 2- or 3-star hotels, double- or triple-occupancy, in air-conditioned rooms with breakfast included. No other meals included while traveling. Wi-fi at hotels is usually available only at the common areas. Cost:
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