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SPANISH VISTAS

The Fine Arts and Communication division is pleased to offer a travel program to Spain! The trip will take place in June of 2022 and is open to anyone--faculty, staff, students, and community members — aged eighteen and over.

Students also have the option of taking English 2327 (American Literature One) in conjunction with the trip! This offering could also work for an honors project.

Participants will visit Madrid, Toledo, Granada, Seville, and Barcelona. Exploring these centers of art, literature, culture, and history will allow travelers to immerse themselves in the rich and multicultural history of Spain.

Plaza and fountains in Spain


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Participants will learn about Modernism/Art Nouveau through the architecture of Antoni Gaudí.
  • Participants will examine Spain’s ties to the New World of the Americas through the funding of explorers like Columbus, Balboa, Cortés, and Pizarro.
  • Participants will become familiar with forms of art and cooking unique to certain regions of Spain through hands-on workshop participation.
  • Participants will learn about Spain’s unique multicultural and interfaith history through trips to various Christian cathedrals, Granada’s Medieval Synagogue and Alhambra palace, as well as the Moorish city of Cordoba.

The program fee includes round-trip airfare, baggage fees, a 24-hour tour manager, ground transportation, hotels, entrance fees to museums and cultural sites, as well as daily breakfast and dinner. Early-bird and e-check discounts are available. Likewise, participants may also enroll in an automatic payment program. For more information, please visit the ACIS website.

COST PER TRAVELER

Approximately $5,000
Students taking course for credit will also have to pay any applicable tuition and fees.

ACIS Sponsored Educational Travel

QUESTIONS?

Allison Gibbons-Brown
Allison Fine Arts Building, Room 127
(432) 685-4648
agibbonsbrown@midland.edu

Michael Gibbons-Brown
Abell-Hanger Science Faculty Building, Room 106
(432) 685-4617
mgibbonsbrown@midland.edu 

 

 

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