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LIVING PARIS: EXPERIENCING AND REPRESENTING THE MODERN CITY

HART 2042 & 3042

Art & Architecture Study Tour, Paris, January 2017

Description: Over the span of three weeks, students will explore this iconic modern city by
Description:
Over the span of three weeks, students will
explore this iconic modern city by walking its
streets, experiencing its architecture, and
encountering its works of art. Because the
nineteenth century fundamentally altered the
cultural and urban environment of Paris,
students will study the contemporary city
through the historic lens of the 1800s,
contextualising their individual experience of
Paris through the architecture, art, and
literature of the Second Empire and Belle
Époque. This unit will use drawing, journaling,
and writing as modes of individual research
and encourage students to engage with Paris
as a complex, living city.
Lecturers:
Emily Eastgate Brink (History of Art)
emily.brink@uwa.edu.au & Philip Goldswain
(Architecture) philip.goldswain@uwa.edu.au
Application Deadline: July 22, 2016.
Enquiries regarding the application process
can be sent to alicia.brown@uwa.edu.au in the
ALVA Student Office; Phone: 6488 2064.
Application available through the Global Studio
webpage

Study Tour 3 weeks (15 days teaching), Wednesday 4 th January to Wednesday 25 th January 2017. Onsite teaching: 20 lectures in situ, 5 combined lectures in situ, evening seminars, and ½ day pre-departure workshop: introductory lecture and drawing session

Accommodation Les Récollets, International Academic Housing, 10 th Arrondissement Paris (28 days minimum booking), 17 apartments (9 with mezzanine) plus common room for teaching, self- catering with kitchenette in all apartments, café/restaurant on site, secure entry, opposite Gare de L’Est

Museum/Monuments Louvre, D’Orsay, Orangerie, Musée Rodin, Carnavalet, Musée Nissim de Camondo, Eiffel Tower, Champ de Mars, Les Invalides, Pompidou, Musée de la chasse de la nature, Cité de architecture, sewer tour, Sacré Coeur, Notre Dame, Bibliothèque NdF (Labrouste), Saint Genevieve, Grand Palais, Le Petit Palais, Place de Concorde, Arc de Triomphe, Île Saint- Louis, plus more!

Eligibility and Selection Process All students who have successfully completed a first-year art history, architecture or landscape architecture unit (HART1000 Great Moments in Art (previously VISA1000), or,

LIVING PARIS: EXPERIENCING AND REPRESENTING THE MODERN CITY

HART 2042 & 3042

Art & Architecture Study Tour, Paris, January 2017

HART1001 Art, Technology and Society (previously VISA1001), or, HART1003, or, ARCT1010 Drawing History, or LACH1010 History and Theory of Landscape Architecture, or LACH1020 The Culture of Nature, or any predecessor units) are eligible to apply. Please note that an expression of interest is not a guaranteed place. This studio is subject to receiving minimum viable numbers. If applications exceed available places, selection of candidates may be based on academic merit or seniority (i.e. a third-year student may be given precedence over a first year student who will be eligible to reapply later on in their degree, but we strongly encourage students at all levels to apply).

Assessment

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Assessment

Likely weighting

1

Long essay

50%

2

Short writing assignments (field book, blog, postcard project

25%

3

Oral assessment

25%

Scholarships Students may apply for Study Abroad Scholarships for this unit. The application deadline is 26 August 2016

Transport Students are requested to book their own flights to Paris

Student costs

     

Airfare

   

$1800 approx

Accommodation

     

Single room (4)

$60-78 per night

x

28 days

$1680 - 2184

Double room

(12)

$30-45 per student per night

x

28 days

$840 - 1260

Student per diem

$60

x

21 days

$1260

Museum entry inc multiple

   

$220

TOTAL

 

Single room

$4960 - $5464

   

Double room

$4120 - $4540

Please note

A program fee of $200 is to be paid to the ALVA Student Office upon acceptance of

offer. This fee is non-refundable, but will entirely contribute to your accommodation

costs.

In addition, normal tuition fees apply for this unit, as with any other unit you take at UWA.

These are payable in the normal way, either up-front or deferred through HECS, except the census / due date will vary from a normal semester teaching period. For exact fee liability

and due dates, please contact Student Administration (domestic students) or the International Centre.