SCAD is offering a wonderful opportunity to all the graduate limited residency painting students this Summer! Professor Greg Eltringham will be teaching several courses in the SCAD campus in Lacoste, June 1 – 18, 2014. This will be part of your Summer 2014 quarter, and is a unique and intensive opportunity for students to study in Lacoste. You could also choose to come back to Savannah and take courses here for 5 weeks if you’d like while finishing up your Lacoste coursework.
Interested applicants should click the link that says “Study Abroad Online Application” under the Scad Study Abroad Channel
Using the Search Programs tab click on the eLearning Residency program where they can review the details of the program
Select “apply” to complete the application.
You will be required to email me a PDF of the application with your class choices and I will have to digitally approve of it. You will then upload the PDF back into the applications channel to finally submit the application.
Minimum of one course required.
Can take up to two courses.
* PNTG 758 Painting Studio III – Requirement
* PNTG 768 Painting Studio IV -Requirement
* PNTG 741: Directed Projects – Elective course
You would continue to do work after you return on June 18th, and the class would officially end by the end of the first 5 week session (which runs from June 23rd through July 24th). You will not be attending class during the 1st 5 week session (if you’d like to take another class here in Savannah), but will be finishing up work from your class(es) in Lacoste.
Now in its 10th year, nearly 3,000 students have passed through SCAD Lacoste, and 79 are on site today, living, studying and working in the restored spaces. The total population of Lacoste is about 300, 100 of whom are students or staff, and the remaining 200 villagers, guests, tourists or part time residents. Within its ancient walls, SCAD Lacoste offers a variety of modern facilities, including two computer labs and teaching studios dedicated to painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking and photography come well-equipped. Students are not limited to the studio and you can see a number working al fresco with panoramic views of the Luberon Valley right before them. Unsurprisingly this historic locale is still a magnet for contemporary artists and writers looking for inspiration (bit of trivia: Tom Stoppard wrote “Shakespeare in Love” here).