Study Abroad

The Visual Arts faculty actively support study abroad.

Professor Brian Ransom has taken three winter term groups to Peru, and one to London. Meanwhile Professor David Gliem has taken winter term study groups to London and Paris, Professor Arthur Skinner has taken a number of study abroad trips to Italy over the years, and Professor Kirk Wang has taken two different study groups to China. Eckerd also annually offers a Winter Term to New Mexico, where selected students can work with faculty at Ghost Ranch in photography, jewelry, ceramics or weaving.

Eckerd’s Office of International Education features a very rich variety of opportunities to study abroad both for a semester and Winter Term. Prominent among the semester opportunities is Eckerd’s Study Centre in the heart of London, at 35 Gower Street, where one can study Art History and Theatre with resident faculty. Students may also elect to take advantage of semester abroad programs offered by affiliate institutions in Italy and elsewhere.

Gallery hours Mon. – Fri., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Edward S. Curtis
Reproductions of Selected Photogravures
Aug. 27 – Sept. 21
Cobb Gallery

Hodgell sculpture

Hodgell Sculptures
Featuring a Recent Gift to the College
Aug. 27 – Oct. 19
NCVA Frances Cady Elliott Gallery

Eduardo Paolozzi

Hidden Treasures & Recent Acquisitions VI
Works from the Permanent Collection
Sept. 3 – Nov. 28
NCVA Main Gallery

The 10th Annual IA Show
The Junior Portfolio Exhibition of IA Junior Majors
Sept. 23 – 28
Cobb Gallery
Opening Reception Sunday Sept. 23, 3 – 5 p.m.

Margaret Rigg,

50 Years Without King: The Exhibition
Works from the Collection, and Photographs by Herb Snitzer
Oct. 1 – Nov. 2
Cobb Gallery

The Cubano-American Community Project
Posters and Historic Artifacts
Nov. 5 – Dec. 12
Cobb Gallery

Visual Arts Senior Thesis Exhibitions
Sonya Kobayashi
Ryan Hemphill
Dec. 3 - 8
NCVA Main Gallery
Opening Reception Sun. Dec. 3, 3 - 5 p.m.