Programs : Brochure
- Locations: Venice, Italy
- Program Terms: Fall
- Budget Sheets: Fall
Venice Biennale Sessions
The Venice Architecture Biennale is widely considered the world's most significant exposition of international architecture. Naturally, the United States has a permanent pavilion on the Biennale grounds.
During the course of the Biennale, educational programs, referred to as the "Biennale Sessions" are offered by an international array of universities. This year, ISU's Department of Architecture was invited to offer an educational program, which will consist of a three-day student workshop addressing temporary shelter for refugee and disaster relief in architecture and a one-day colloquium addressing issues related to agency and social responsibility of architects. In addition to the academic work the students will carry out, they will see first hand the work of internationally renowned architects as well as have the opportunity to come into contact with professionals in the field or architecture and design.
Descriptions of the workshop and colloquium are available here: Biennale.
Tuesday, September 11
Tentative 2018 Program Dates
Program Prerequisites and Criteria for Participant SelectionParticipants in all College of Design international programs must meet the following requirements:
VisasNon-U.S. citizens on either a F-1 or J-1 visa participants will need to appear in-person at the Consulate General of Italy in Chicago to obtain a Schengen visa to participate on this program. Please make the appointment as soon as possible and consider your course schedule when choosing the day(s) to travel to Chicago.
InsuranceAll participants in this program will be automatically enrolled in CISI, an international health insurance and emergency service plan. This insurance plan is required for all undergraduate and graduate students participating in ISU study abroad programs. The cost of the plan is $1.31 per day, and it has been built into the cost of the program fee. More information is available at the links below:
Costs and Financial AssistanceBudget information for the 2018 program is available here.
Withdrawal PenaltiesThe application deadline for the fall 2018 program is August 20, 2018. All students who are accepted to participate must either confirm or reject their offer in the ISUAbroad online application system no later than September 3, 2018. Those students who confirm their offer are officially part of the program and will be responsible for the penalties outlined below only if withdrawal occurs. The withdrawal penalty and any additional costs will be applied to the U-bill and will be due in full on October 20, 2018.
|After committing to offer in ISUAbroad and before September 10, 2018:||$200.00 + any payments the college is obligated to make on your behalf|
|On or after September 10, 20168and before September 24, 2018:||50% of program fee + any payments the college is obligated to make on your behalf|
|On or after September 24, 2018:||Full program fee|
Contact and Additional InformationQuestions about this program should be directed to Deborah Hauptmann.