• "Rarotonga Sunrise"

This program brings together studio art practice with the challenges and advantages of off-campus study. Students will improve their drawing skills and learn to see drawing as a unique way to understand the world. They will also examine social and environmental issues, study indigenous and post-colonial art, and produce narrative work in response to travel.

See a collection of art created by students and faculty on the program. Also, the program blog Lines of Sight contains samples of work by previous students.

"Whether drawing in the New Zealand rainforest, or sketching in the Great Barrier Reef with underwater slates, drawing was at the nucleus of our experiences no matter where we were. The intensity and rigor of such daily training transcends any classroom or studio experience I've ever received."

— Linh Trieu, Studio Art Seminar in Australia and New Zealand