Wednesday, September 5, 2012

STUDY ABROAD: London & Dublin this Winter

"Photography & the British Landscape"

I will be teaching a course abroad this winter break through CCSA. It is a two-week trip to London, England and Dublin, Ireland. It is a photography course focused on landscape/cityscape and place. The course will culminate in the production of a self-published photo book via

There will be an informational meeting today, Wednesday, September 5, at 5:00 PM in the Wilson Art Building if you would like to find out more.

Application deadline is at the end of this month, September 28. (The early deadline to save $100 is September 14.) You can apply online at CCSA's website.

I hope to see you at the meeting. If not, stop by my office (WAB 107) anytime before the end of the month to talk.

Links to a previous trip on

Link to my photo book on

Prof. Darrell Kincer

Below is the course description and additional information.
Course Dates
December 26, 2012 to January 8, 2013

Application Deadline
September 28, 2012
$100 Discount for applications received by September 14, 2012

Course Costs
$2995 without airfare, $3995 with airfare (Tuition not included)

"Photography & the British Landscape"
Digital photographers will develop their skills as we explore the cityscapes of London and Dublin with visits to the countryside of England and Ireland. Participants will develop their skills as they explore urban cityscapes and rural countrysides. Daily discussions, demonstrations, and critiques will be followed by fieldwork tuned to each photographer’s personal goals and talents. Opportunities will also arise to visit local museums and cultural landmarks. Once home, the course will turn to online posting via for discussion of work and culminate with each student producing a unique art book of edited and refined photographic work through

Prerequisite: It is recommended that students have at least a semester of experience in photography and/or digital imaging, although the course is open to photographers of all skill levels, with permission of instructor.

Credit Hours: 3 (undergraduate, upper level)

Instructor: Prof. Darrell Kincer

Campus Representative: Dr. Rick Kopp


Earl Grey said...

Students! Seriously consider this amazing opportunity. If you have questions about how this course meets Art Department or Foundations & Core (gen ed) requirements, talk to the professor or come see me. This is a great way to study abroad for the short-term and meet your educational objectives.

fredney said...

I would love to go to Dublin for intern abroad