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Voyage Label: Fall 2013

  • St Isaac’s Cathedral and the Hermitage

    The Hermitage as a museum, located in the Imperial Winter Palace, began with Peter the great who collected the artworks of the masters  such as Rembrandt, Van Dyck, and Hals.  […]

  • Gathering Cultural Information at The Hermitage

    The Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg was founded in 1764 by Catherine the Great of Russia.  The collection includes Western European Art, Egyptian Art, Ceramics and Porcelain, and sculpture.  Weather […]

  • Drawing on Location: Gathering Visual, Cultural and Historical information

    Hamburg Rathaus – the city hall or town hall—of Hamburg, Germany,  is the seat of the government of Hamburg, located in the Altstadt quarter in the city center near the […]

  • Art in Cadiz

    While on location, students will complete preliminary sketches and extended study drawing of architecture, sculpture, old books, and manuscripts.  After the Field Lab, students will compete 3 or more finished […]

  • Three Faiths Pilgrimage

    Our field lab will take place in Cape Town. Cape Town is a multiracial city that includes vibrant Muslim, Jewish and Christian communities. Islam was introduced by slaves brought over […]

  • Carlos Solorzano

    Carlos has spent the last two years working as a Resident Director at Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) in Parkland, WA.   Prior to PLU, he attended the University of Denver, where […]

  • Katherine Pritchard

    Katie Pritchard is an education technologist in the Department of Geography at Virginia Tech, where she also received her B.A. and M.S. She specializes in research, incorporation, and implementation of new educational technologies and social media/networking […]

  • The Building Blocks of Modern Europe: The EU and NATO

    For centuries, Europe was a scene of competing nation-states vying for economic and military dominance; a situation which culminated in the fragmentation and destruction of world wars. But no more! Since […]

  • Lori Dowd

    Lori Dowd is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner with over 12 years of experience.  She received her undergraduate bachelors in nursing from the University of Missouri where she was […]

  • Clay Mason

    Clay Mason is a freelance cinematographer, editor, and producer currently based out of Kansas City, Missouri.  He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Missouri State University with a BS in Digital […]

  • Drawing at Sea II

    This course explores drawing as an art form and as a language of thought with projects emphasizing drawing skills and analytical thinking. Based on observation and experience of the real […]

  • Painting at Sea: Collage

    This course explores mixed-media collage as an art form. The activity of creating collage includes appropriation, assemblage, drawing, painting, and craftsmanship. Development of critical artistic vision is essential in producing […]

  • David Brown

    David Brown is a board certified emergency physician with 30 years of experience. In addition to practicing emergency medicine, he has developed and was director of a hospital based occupational […]

  • Introduction to Drawing at Sea

    This course explores drawing as an art form and as a language of thought. Drawing is an activity of observation, perception, mark-making, and analysis. Through drawing exercises, students will identify […]


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