Photo of Crossness Pumping Station

Victorian Society in America Summer School Programs

Summer Programs in Newport, Chicago, and London

Study nineteenth- and early twentieth-century architecture, design, and the arts at one of the Victorian Society in America’s internationally acclaimed Summer Schools! Explore the roots of American modernism during our six-day Chicago program (June 11-16); visit The Breakers and McKim, Mead & White’s Isaac Bell House, gardens, historic churches, and stunning Tiffany windows on our ten-day course in Newport, Rhode Island (May 29-June 7); or spend two weeks examining nineteenth-century art, architecture, and design in London, the Midlands, and the West Country (June 27-July 12)! Enjoy lectures by leading scholars, private tours of historic sites, and opportunities to get behind-the-scenes at museums and galleries. Open to graduate students, academics, architects, and knowledgeable enthusiasts. Full and partial scholarships are available for qualified US and non-US candidates. Applications are due by March 2, 2020.

More information and online applications can be found at https://victoriansociety.org/summer-schools/ or by contacting the Summer Schools Administrator at admin@vsasummerschools.org.

 

Photo of Ochre Court

Ochre Court (Richard Morris Hunt, 1892), Newport, Rhode Island. Photo by John Waters.

Photo of the inside of the Auditorium Theater

The Auditorium Theater (Adler & Sullivan, 1886-90), Chicago, Illinois. Photo by John Waters.

Photo of Crossness Pumping Station

Cover Image: Crossness Pumping Station (J. Bazalgette and C. H. Driver, 1865), London. Photo by Heather Fearnbach.

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