Rescheduled!!! CROATIA Design/Build Info Session – TUES Feb 26th | 12:45 | Gould 110

Dear Students:

Apologies to all who came Tuesday for the Croatia Design/Build Exploratory Seminar. I had an emergency arise and was unable to attend. I have rescheduled the session for Tuesday Feb 26th at 12:45 on in Gould room 110. This is the last information session for the late Autumn Exploratory Seminar: Croatia design/build project. Please join us and learn about the program, this unique country and how you can participate. We look forward to meeting you.

Professor Daniel Winterbottom

2013 STUDY ABROAD IN CROATIA

August 24th, 2013 – September 24th, 2013

Early Fall Exploration Seminar Program

Application Deadline: Friday March 1, 2013
Applications located here

Informational sessions
Friday February 8th, 2013: 12 pm
Tuesday February 26th, 2013: 12:45 pm <— NEW TIME + LOC !!!
Gould Hall, Room 110

Program Description
Service: The Summer Croatia Design/Build 2013 Program is a service learning opportunity which brings students to the Psihijatrijska Bolnica Rab on the Island of Rab on the Mid-Adriatic Coast. Students will collaborate with our partners, the residents and therapists at the hospital to design and build some small modest therapeutic spaces within the hospital complex. This project will build upon work that was completed in Fall 2012. The hospital contains extensive lavender fields, natural areas and a cluster of wards with courtyards and open spaces. Prior to being a hospital, the site was used for officers at the Rab Concentration Camp during WWII.

Education: Undergraduate, graduate and non-matriculated students in landscape architecture, architecture, anthropology, fine arts and other fields may apply. Students will design and build an "interactive landscape." Students will learn the skills of small site design and construction detailing, management and community participation.

Adventure: Rab is strategically located by Zadar, Rijeka, the Velibit mountains, Island Krk and the Adriatic Coast and is accessible from Zagreb. These sites have re-known vernacular building, historic landscapes, and natural phenomena, which we will explore. Croatia has rich and varied features including Plitvice Lakes National Park, a World Heritage Site. This is the background through which we will explore the culture and history of Croatia.

For more information contact:
Prof. Daniel Winterbottom
Phone: 206.612.1146
Email: nina at uw dot edu
studyabroad.washington.edu

Download the program flyer here.

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