Randy Stano, School of Communications and Jim Virga, School of Communications
June 21 - July 19, 2018
Courses (6 undergraduate credits or 6 graduate credits):
CIM594/CIM 795 Special Topics: Documentary Photography in Barcelona, Spain is a course designed to improve the students’ visual storytelling and photographic skills. Students are expected to integrate into the community to make contacts and develop story ideas worthy of visual documentation. As a class we will explore the culture, sites, religion, economy, transportation, and the history of Barcelona and Spain. Each student will work on one well-researched photo story, as well as daily assignments. We will also rent a photo studio in Barcelona, and work on studio lighting. An emphasis will be put on the conduct and logistics a documentary photographer must adhere to when working abroad The course will be offered in collaboration with the lnstitut d'Estudis Fotografics de Catalunya (IEFC).
JMM592/JMM 692 Special Topics: Photography in Spain: History, Icons, and Styles is a course that offers an overview of contemporary Spanish Photographic History through its main authors and styles. Students will study selected prominent Spanish photographers and how their work relates to contemporary Spanish culture and history. The course will focus on visual communication after Franco’s dictatorship, and its effect on modern Spanish society. This course will also familiarize students with contemporary Spanish history through photographic and visual archives. The course will be offered in collaboration with the lnstitut d'Estudis Fotografics de Catalunya (IEFC).
The class will take two day trips together.
See the link to the budget sheet above for program costs.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until March 1. Please apply early as space is limited.
For more information, please contact Randy Stano at email@example.com
or (305) 284-2285 or Professor Jim Virga at firstname.lastname@example.org
All University of Miami courses abroad must meet a minimum enrollment to remain viable. This minimum
enrollment varies and is based on the nature of the program abroad. Be aware that any course abroad may
be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment for that course. In the event of a cancellation due to low enrollment,
program deposits will be returned to students.