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WFU/Vienna: Flow House - History of Western Art (Summer Session 1)
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Wake Forest University in Vienna: Flow House
Wednesday, October 16
Although Vienna is famous for its music—Mozart, Brahms, and Beethoven all lived and worked home—it was also home to wonderful artists and patrons of the arts. Vienna’s best loved artist is Gustav Klimt, who was part of a vibrant artistic scene at the beginning of the 20th century visual art collections. The city’s world class museums have collections that span prehistoric to contemporary art. Vienna is a culturally diverse and vibrant city. It is home to the Vienna Boys' Choir, the famous Lipizzaner stallions, and countless coffee houses (an integral part of Viennese life). Located in the heart of Europe, students may easily travel east to the Czech Republic, Poland, and Hungary and west to France, Italy, Spain, England, and Switzerland.
In 1998, Wake Forest purchased a three-story villa in Vienna. The acquisition was made possible through the generous donation of Vic and Roddy Flow of Winston-Salem and the House was named in their honor. Built in 1898, the house was formerly the office of the U.S. Consulate.
Flow House is situated in a northwest section of Vienna, one block from the Turkenschanz Park. Located in the prestigious 19th district, the area is well-known for its embassies, diplomatic residences, and distinguished private homes.
Tuition (3 hrs, estimated) - $2,640
Airfare - estimated $1,700
Personal Expenses - $1,500
Estimated total cost - $8,640
The faculty director is responsible for the selection of each group based on the following criteria:
*Social and emotional maturity
*Interest in Vienna
*Seriousness of the student in pursuing the academic and cultural aims of the program
None. Open to all majors. There is no foreign language requirement.
Students may apply for scholarships through the Center for International Studies.
Dr. Bernadine Barnes, Professor of Art History
Office: 106 Scales Fine Arts Center