[Acmsmajors] Apply by 5/4! 10 Credit 1 week Summer Class in the
julie at math.washington.edu
Thu Apr 23 10:49:12 PDT 2009
This is a great opportunity with IAS faculty Anne Beaufort and Tyler
Budge, and artist Juanito Jimenez!
Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences is offering a one-week Southwest Field
Experience during the first Summer Session (June 23rd - July 3rd) in
conjunction with a linked pair of courses in Art and Literature. Enrollment
will be limited to 16 undergraduate students who will earn 10 units. On a
space-available basis, some students may opt for taking only one of the courses
and participating in the Southwest Field Experience. Or, students seeking 12
units of credit may elect an independent study option for an additional 2
units. Learn more about courses.
The Southwest Field Experience will be from June 26-July 3. We will fly to
Albuquerque, New Mexico and from there travel by van for 8 days, returning to
Seattle from Salt Lake City, Utah. On the trip, we'll . . .
* study with Southwest artists
* visit the Taos Pueblo and Southwest museums in Santa Fe
* encounter Chaco Culture National Historical Park
* explore the back country of Arches National Park
* visit sacred spaces of Native Americans including the site of North
America's largest petroglyphs in Canyonlands National Park
* sketch, write, hike, and share good food.
Students will need to be prepared for early morning departures and moderately
strenuous hiking on some days.
Applications will be accepted immediately and processed on a first-come,
first-served basis. APPLICATION DEADLINE: MAY 4, 2009.
Noéll Bernard, Academic Adviser
Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
University of Washington | Tacoma
WCG 424 | Campus Box 358436
1900 Commerce Street | Tacoma, WA
For Appointments: 253 692.4450
p: 253 692.5779 | f: 253 698.5718
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