We bring educators and students together in culturally broadening experiences. Our international programs offer great value in intriguing locations and allow students to gain real-world experience which helps synthesize the knowledge gained on campus.
We host our own workshops and partner with educators to design and operate educational programs abroad.
This program is open to all undergraduate, graduate and non-traditional students. Participants will be mentored by professional Italian/American directors, cinematographers, production designers, sound recording specialists in the creation of a short film. The program in articulated with lectures and on-field experiences.
Study music in Montepulciano, Tuscany. A vibrant hilltop town adorned with charming squares, churches, picturesque countryside and views from every street. Montepulciano is a major producer of food and drinks including pecorino cheese, pici pasta and the world famous Vino Nobile di Montepulciano wine which is made only in the nearby area.
Week-long program open to all undergraduate, graduate and non-traditional students. Participants will be mentored by University of Utah faculty in the creation of a short film. Students will gain firsthand experience by producing a short film in the Tuscan town of Montepulciano.
Join tour director Giuliana Marple and cranial sacral therapist Andrea Carver LMT CST, for an inspiring adventure in Italian Tuscan countryside. Immerse yourself in breathtaking views, indulge in delicious traditional food, walk through hilltop villages, admire world famous masterpieces, and every morning learn to connect body, mind and spirit with our friend and coach Andrea. This week in Italy is custom-designed for you to fully experience the rejuvenating pleasures of beautiful Italy.
Travel to Italy to discover the sensuous and aesthetic world that Henry James explored and wrote about for decades, beginning in 1869 when he crossed the frontier from Switzerland into the Lake Como region. For him, this journey had “a delightful flavor of romance.” In 1909 James collected his travel writings in Italian Hours, which remains a delightful guide to the country and its art.We will see museums, monuments, squares, churches, and landscapes that the writer adored, but we will also spend time learning about the great Italian artists that he wrote about so eloquently.