Info Session: Summer Study Abroad: Ecuador

Presented by the Office of Special Programs
February 18, 2014, 3:15–3:45 pm
Graduate Center, San Francisco Campus

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More info: Carol Pitts,

Alternative info session with Lauren Elder: Wed., Feb. 19, 11:15-11:45 a.m.
Oakland campus, B5

This three-week intensive immerses students in the nature and culture of Ecuador, the first country to have adopted “rights for nature” in its national constitution. The class begins in the vibrant city of Guayaquil; moves to the artist-run residency, La Factoria; and ends in the fishing village of Puerto El Morro.

Interacting with local residents, students create projects that reflect their particular interests. All disciplines are welcome, although it may be especially relevant for Architecture, Fashion Design, Furniture, Sculpture, and Film students. Fine artists and writers will also find ample opportunities to stretch their talents. 

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