Visual and Performing Arts

Studying abroad in Visual and Performing Arts helps you graduate on time AND puts you heads above other majors in your career!
Take courses in:Architecture and Design, Art, Art History, Art Management, Dance, Drama, Music, Performing Arts Studies, Photography, Studio Art, Theater, Visual and Performing Arts.

At CISabroad, we understand the global influences that affect the arts world we see today. We’re committed to providing you with opportunities to dive into diverse cultures and explore these origins and customs firsthand. Your studies abroad will provide you with new outlooks and forms of inspiration that will get your creative juices flowing.

Not all learning abroad takes place inside a classroom. Imagine yourself capturing the Australian Outback on film, painting the landscape of Tuscany, or participating in a dance festival in Latin America. You will learn how to  express your experience abroad through the artistic mediums you are studying. ? Classroom learning, travel, and interactions with students from your host country will help you create a truly unique portfolio. Art is a globalized field of study. Take a look at some of the most renowned art sources across the globe:

From the website of the Louvre: … “the Louvre is increasingly a major player on the cultural diplomacy front. The marvelous thing about art is its transcendence of political contingencies and tensions, and its ability, down the centuries, to contribute to dialogue between cultures and civilizations in a spirit of universality.”

2010 Grammy Record of the Year winning band Kings of Leon, originally from Tennessee, achieved the initial success in the United Kingdom.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) utilizes ambassadors from music, sculpture, and ballet to harness the power of arts around the globe.

In 2010 The Sundance Film Festival included entries from 41 different countries, and the Cannes Film Festival had submissions from 88 nations in the short-term category alone.

For nearly two decades now, the worldwide demand for the art of Irish-stepdancing has resulted in tours of Riverdance and Lord of Dance performances on every continent, influencing fans and cultures across the world.

"It was one of the best times of my life! Painting in the parks in Paris was the best! " Rachel W., Jacksonville University