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    Drew University
  Dec 12, 2017
2017-2018 College of Liberal Arts
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ART 385 - New York Semester on Contemporary Art

4-8 credits
Offered in the fall semester annually, the New York Semester on Contemporary Art is one of the highlights of Drew’s art and art history programs. While it is a mandatory course for all Drew art and art history majors, students from any background with an interest in art would appreciate this fascinating program. Students journey into New York City two days a week. A thorough exploration of the art scene in New York includes viewing gallery exhibits in Chelsea and the Lower East Side, visiting museums such as the New Museum, the Whitney, and MOMA, and personally meeting with several prominent artists in their studios. Through this intimate interaction, students can experience the center of the contemporary art world firsthand.The New York Semester on Contemporary Art is an eight-credit program in which students enroll in two required courses (a four-credit option is also available). To complete a full, sixteen-credit semester, students may enroll in courses normally offered on campus. Same as ARTH 385 . Formal application is required of all students. Prerequisite: ARTH 306 . Co-requisite: ART 385L   Offered fall semester. CLA-Off Campus Experience, CLA-Writing Intensive

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