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ST | Fine Art Global Intensive - Europe (Gold & Silversmithing)
Amsterdam, Netherlands; London, United Kingdom; Munich, Germany (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:
Program Terms: Autumn
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Term Year Deadline Decision Date Approx. Host Institution Start Date Approx. Host Institution End Date
Autumn 2019 17/02/2019 ** Rolling Admission 05/03/2019 17/03/2019

** Indicates rolling admission application/registration process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application/registration deadline.
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RMIT College (AUS)/School (VTN): Design & Social Context (DSC) RMIT School: Art
Study level: Undergraduate Program type: Study Tours (Global Intensives)
Time of year: Autumn
About your Experience
About your Experience
Gold and Silversmithing GI
RMIT Students in 2012 Inside the Studio of David Bielander, Munich
Program details:
  • Tour Leader: Mark Edgoose
  • Program Dates: 05 -17 March 2019
  • Availability: 15 -20 places
The European Study Tour involves travel to London, Munich and Amsterdam. Learning takes place in those locations through experiencing and object based art exhibitions, major international collections of jewellery and object, museums, contemporary art galleries, Munich Jewellery week and private artist studio visits. Participants will also be immersed in the culture of these cities and this will also be an essential part of the experience. This subject is a 12 Credit Point subject and will include project based assignments that will be assessed. During the tour, you will be immersed into a European cultural environment to experience both contemporary and historical artworks (object based and broader), jewellery/metalsmith artists and their practice, as well as the museum/gallery encounter.
Day 1 (5/3/2019)  Tuesday Morning, Meeting in London
Day 3 (7/03/2019) Thursday Evening, Fly to Amsterdam from London
Day 8(12/03/2019) Tuesday Train from Amsterdam to Munich via Pforzheim
Day 10(13/03/2019) Munich Jewellery week 11/3/2019 – 17/3/2019
Day 13 (17/03/2019) Depart Munich
 
PLACES TO VISIT WILL INCLUDE SOME, OR ALL, OF THE FOLLOWING:
  • Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Tate Modern
  • British Museum
  • Pinakothek der Moderne
  • Whitechapel Gallery
  • Gallery So
  • Tate Modern
  • Various private galleries
  • Munich Jewellery week
  • Artist studio visits in London, Munich and Amsterdam, which includes Helen Britton, David Bielander, Yutaka Minigishi, David Clarke
  • Central Saint Martins
  • Royal College of Art London
 
Program cost
  • Approx. $5000 all up, but this may be less depending on your budget
Students will need to budget for a tour fee, accommodation, meals, daily allowance and travel costs.
 
Each participant will pay a Material Fee; (TBC, but it is around $600)
Half of the material fee must be paid as a deposit 3 to 4 months before the tour commences.
The material fee will include:
  • Museum/Art Gallery entries
  • Train Tickets Amsterdam to Munich and within Amsterdam
  • Artist studio visits
  • Two group dinners
  • Other materials, such as art materials
  • Other costs
 Additional costs to consider:
  • Airfare Melb to London
  • Airfare London to Amsterdam
  • Airfare Munich to Melb
  • Accommodation
  • Art materials
  • RMIT tuition tee
  • Host Country Visa (if applicable)
  • Personal Expenditure
** Travel insurance:
Students on approved overseas activities receive complimentary travel insurance (policy number: 41443), although you may require additional cover depending on your circumstances. 
For more detailed information, please refer here

Eligibility
  • All undergraduate students
Academic Credit This course will include project-based assignments that will be assessed. It is expected that during the tour itself you will record your experiences in both written and visual form. When you return from the tour, the final part of the assessment will involve making a creative work that has been inspired by the European Study Tour, as well as collating your experiences during the trip.
The assignments may include:
  • Creating a visual journey during the tour (this will include specific tasks)
  • Creating a written task during the tour
  • Creating artworks based on the experience of the tour that will be submitted at the end of the semester
Application and Selection process
STEP ONE: Students will be selected outside of Mobi. Successful students will be directed to register here
STEP TWO: Register for this program on Mobi by clicking on the "Apply Now" button on this page by 17 Feb 2019.
Complete the following questionnaires:
  1. Outbound Student Mobility: General Information
  2. Short Term Mobility: General Information
STEP THREE: You will then be directed to complete further Predeparture requirements out of Mobi

Funding
There may be alternative ways to fund your trip. Please check the Scholarships website and Global Experience website for funding options.
 
 

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