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UNITED KINGDOM - England and SCOTLAND

 

Tyler Metals Workshop

 

Program Overview

Academic Program

Accommodations
Costs
Calendar
General Summer Program Information
Eligibility and Application Procedures
Application Deadline

 

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Tyler Metals Workshop-England/Scotland is a three-and-a-half week studio art workshop in London and Scotland, followed by a one-week workshop in the Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM studio at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. The program is offered by the Crafts Department, Tyler School of Art/Temple University. The course's structure is directed towards studio art majors with a concentration in Metals and Jewelry with one year studio experience beyond the freshman level. This program emphasizes the creation of artwork based on the student's cross-cultural experiences during the program. Access to English and Scottish degree exhibitions and artist/educators, travel, and museum visits, as well as lectures and slide presentations, supplement the curriculum.

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ACADEMIC PROGRAM

 

Courses


  • Undergraduate
    Crafts 3467: Tyler Metals Workshop, England/Scotland (6 credits)

  • Graduate
    Crafts 8402: Tyler Metals Workshop, England/Scotland (3 credits)

Faculty

The faculty at The Tyler School of Art will teach an intensive workshop in a variety of media. The students' travel and research experiences during the time abroad will be utilized as source material for creation of finished work in the final week of the program. The course will be taught by Professors Vickie Sedman from the Tyler School of Art/Temple University and Roger Millar, Department Head Emeritus, Glasgow School of Art.

Program Schedule

Students first fly to London for ten days where they visit museums and art galleries. London is one of the world's foremost financial, commercial, industrial and cultural centers. London’s cultural institutions include the British Museum, National Gallery, Tate Modern, and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Among its landmarks are the remains of the city's Roman walls, Buckingham Palace, the House of Parliament, the Tower of London, Trafalgar Square and Westminster Abby.

The first ten days in London are followed by two weeks traveling in Scotland. While in Scotland students will spend time in Glasgow. As a center for the visual arts, Glasgow ranks among the world's best, enjoying a steady lineage of artists, architects and designers. It is home to the unique Burrell Collection, the Glasgow Museum and Art Gallery, and the Hunterian Museum. The group also spends four days in the Scottish Highlands and the Isle of Skye, as well as time in Edinburgh. Side trips to Stonehenge, Bath and other points of interest are offered.

The Philadelphia portion of the program takes place in the metals studio at the Tyler School of Art. Students continue to work with Professor Vickie Sedman to complete a piece inspired and designed during the initial time spent in England/Scotland.



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Scottish Highlands

ACCOMMODATIONS

While in London and during the excursion to the Scottish Highlands, participants stay in hotels. For the remainder of the program, in Edinburgh and Glasgow, accommodations are in university dormitories.

Students will be responsible for their own accommodations for the Philadelphia portion of the program.


ESTIMATED 2014 COSTs

 

    

Undergraduate, 6 credits

Graduate, 3 credits

Budget Item

Pennsylvania Resident

Non-Resident

Pennsylvania Resident

Non-Resident

Billable Item

   

   

   

    

Tuition

$3,102*

$5,004*

$2,235

$3,129

Scotland Fee**

$3,000

$3,000

$3,000

$3,000

   University Services Fee
$132
$132
$77
$77
  Required Health
  Insurance
$51
$51
$51
$51

Non-Billable Item

   

   

   

  

Additional Meals

$700

$700

$700

$700

Personal Expenses

$700

$700

$700

$700

Round-Trip Airfare

$1,400

$1,400

$1,400

$1,400


Notes:


All estimated costs are subject to change. They should be used as a guideline only. Accepted students will receive updated, detailed cost information as soon as it is available after the application deadline.

*Per university policy, Temple students who are considered “upper division” are charged additional tuition ($21 per credit in the summer). “Upper division” is defined as an undergraduate student with a minimum of 60 earned credits, regardless of how obtained. This policy does not affect non-Temple students.


** The Scotland Fee includes travel in Scotland, train transportation from London to Glasgow, lodging and breakfast in London (hotel), lodging in Edinburgh and Glasgow (student dormitories), lodging and breakfast in the Scottish Highlands (hotel), and some art materials. Please note that this fee is an estimate and will be updated.

In addition students will need to budget money for personal expenses, meals not included in the program costs, and any personal travel they wish to undertake.



 

2014 CALENDAR

(spans Summer I and Summer II)

Dates are tentative and subject to change.

 

  Part I (Abroad Portion of Program)
  Departure for London June 3
  Arrival in London June 4
  Abroad Portion of Program Ends June 28
  Part II (Studio Work in Philadelphia) 
  9:00am – 12:00pm/1:00pm – 4:00pm

  Studio Work Begins July 7
  Program Ends July 11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please note that program participants will not be permitted to enroll in summer II courses on Main Campus.

 

GENERAL SUMMER PROGRAM INFORMATION

Please see General Summer Information to read about pre-departure information and orientation; passports and visas; scholarships; costs and payment policies; accreditation; and transfer of credits.

 

PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY AND APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Please see Eligibility and Application Procedures for program eligibility, application requirements, and application procedures that apply to all summer programs. In addition, for this program, the following is required:

  • Applicants should be studio art majors with one year of studio experience beyond the freshman level and have taken an introductory Metals/Jewelry class.

     

APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 15, 2014

 

For more information contact: Vickie Sedman, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, 215-777-9209, vsedman@comcast.net.