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Study Abroad


Many students study abroad for a semester, a year, or through shorter faculty led programs. Faculty from the department are actively involved as leaders of art related programs. Some popular sites for our students are Australia, Cuba, England, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, New Zealand, and Spain. The college offers many other opportunities to choose form and works closely with students to make sure they have a successful and enriching experience.


London: Exploring London Through the World of Art and Chemistry

Summer Session 1, 2020

All students must take at least 1 Natural Science course with laboratory!

This course fulfills this requirement and also meets the Global requirement.

Information Sessions:

Wednesday, October 23rd, 12-1PM in AIMM 104

Monday, October 28th, 4-5PM in Social Science Building 103

Through the exploration of art practices and the basic principles of chemistry, students will evaluate current and past practices in art and explore how art and science interface. Many topics will be presented, from sculpture and dyes to photography, textiles, stained glass and paper making. Students will appreciate how science plays a role in creating art and how art may inspire scientific discovery—all in the shadow of Buckingham Palace!

For more information, contact Professor Elizabeth Mackie (mackie@tcnj) or attend an Information Session.



Vietnam and Cambodia: Textiles, Heritage, and Environmentalism in Southeast Asia.

This course, which will run from May 24th-June 9th, will fulfill the “non-western” art requirement for Art and Art Ed majors. It also fulfills requirements for the Art History major and minor, as well as the Journalism major and minor.
Feel free to reach out to Dr. Hutton at for more information, or check out the webpage:

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