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Colmar, France 2015
Salzburg, Austria 2015
Verona, Italy 2015
Kalabaka, Greece 2015
Mykonos, Greece 2015
Lucerne, Switzerland 2015
Paris, France 2015
London, England 2015
Lucerne, Switzerland 2015

Why We Travel

One of the things we emphasize in the Department of Contemporary Art and Theater is the need for our students to have an international traveling experience while at Shepherd. In order to foster these experiences, art department faculty lead annual short-term study abroad trips to different places around the globe. In the past two decades, we have taken students to Italy, Spain, France, England, the Netherlands, Germany, Ireland, China, Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Egypt, Ghana, and Cuba. While most of our trips occur during Spring Break, in 2015 we also started offering a more immersive experience by offering a month-long trip across Europe. The chance to see firsthand the great works of art that inspire our students is a crucial part of our program, and we make efforts to ensure that all of our students have an opportunity to have one of these life-changing experiences.

2017–18 TRAVEL

October 4–5, 2017 New York City Trip

Travel with the Department of Contemporary Art and Theater to New York City and stay one night in Soho at the Sohotel. Explore galleries, visit museums, or see a Broadway show on this 2-day excursion to the Big Apple. The $175 trip fee includes transportation from Shepherd University to NYC and back as well as your accommodations in a shared room.

Any questions about the upcoming New York Trip can be sent to David Modler dmodler@shepherd.edu. Money can be turned into David Modler, office room 213 CCA phase one.

SUMMER 2017 TRAVEL

30-day European Trip

This past summer 20+ Shepherd Students and Dr. Coltrin traveled through Europe. Dr. Coltrin organized a customized tour and led students through 15+ cities and 7 countries on a once in a lifetime opportunity. Visit EF College and Study Tours to review 30-day trip information

Any questions about upcoming tours?
Contact Dr. Chris Coltrin at 
ccoltrin@shepherd.edu

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