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Spain -- May 24-June 7, 2006

The art department at USI toured Spain including stops at  Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Toledo, Cordoba, Granada, Segovia, Ronda, Cadiz, and Jerez de la Frontera.

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Margaret Skoglund
Email: skoglund

In the Grand Mosque in Cordoba, the "Mezquita"
In the Grand Mosque in Cordoba, the "Mezquita"

Granada, as seen from the terrace of the hotel.
Granada, as seen from the terrace of the hotel room
The Medieval/Renaissance city of Toledo
The Medieval/Renaissance city of Toledo

European Cathedral Tour -- Summer 2006

The LIBA 497 Cathedral class for 2006 traveled through France visiting Notre Dame Cathedral, Versailles, the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, Champs-Elyses, and take a Seine River cruise.  In England they saw Big Ben, Piccadilly Circus, Buckingham Palace, Westminister Abbey,  St. Paul's Cathedral, and more. 

Robert Jeffers
Email: wjeffers
LA 3087

Stained Glass Windows

2004 student group in Europe

The Art of Ancient, Colonial and Modern Mexico -- March 4-12, 2006

Michael Aakhus and the USI Art Department in conjunction with the College of Liberal Arts led a tour to the ancient, colonial and modern art of Mexico. They visited the site of Teotihuacan, the colonial cities of Queretaro and San Miguel de Aliende and view the 20th century mural master works of Diego Rivera and others in the National Palace and the Belles Artes in Mexico City.

Associate Dean/Professor Michael Aakhus
Office:  LA 3003
Phone:  464-1853
Email:  maakhus

Teotihuacan in Mexico

European Tour to Spain & Morocco -- March 2-13, 2006

Itinerary included Madrid, Toledo, Seville, Gilbraltar, Tangiers, Granada, Cordoba, and Valencia.  A cultural smorgasbord!

Professor vonFuhrmann
Office:  LA 3031
Phone:  4641749
Email:  evonfuhr