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ARTS New Zealand: Architecture, Design, and Culture (ARTS 305/405)
Lake Taupo, New Zealand; Rotorua, New Zealand; Wellington, New Zealand (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Summer II
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer II 2018 03/15/2018 ** Rolling Admission 07/02/2018 07/22/2018

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Fact Sheet:
Program Sponsorship:
Program Purpose:
Language of Instruction: English Language Prerequisite: No
Housing Options: Hostel Program Director/Assistant Director: Sally Levine, Art History and Art (
Credit Type: Graduate, Undergraduate Case Credit Type: Global and Diversity Credit
Number of Credits: 3 Deposit: $300
Total Program Cost:
Program Fee Deadline:
February 15
Included in Program Cost: Admission fees, Excursion, Housing, In-country transportation, Some meals Not Included in Program Cost: Flights, Most meals, Passport Fees, Tuition, Visa fees
Program Description:
Wellington, NZ

ARTS 305/405: Architecture, Design, and Culture
Course dates: July 2-28, 2018
Faculty: Professor Sally Levine (

Approved for:
  • Global and Cultural Diversity credit

This intensive Wellington, New Zealand summer course immerses students into a culture that solves architectural problems through a sophisticated appreciation for design, aesthetics and conceptualization.  The program introduces students to critical inquiry through the shared principles and theories of Art, Architecture and Design, as experienced in New Zealand’s cultural capital.  Using the city as our classroom, students will visit well-known sites, museums and monuments as well as hidden gems that reinforce the concepts presented in readings, lectures and reviewed in class discussions. This program is in partnership with Massey University's art and design school based in Wellington.