Venice Biennale 2015 Study Trip
Venice Biennale: ‘Irresistibly beautiful’: Chiharu Shiota’s The Key in the Hand at the Japanese pavilion
Venice Biennale Fine Art Study Trip
Tues 10– Sat 14 Nov 2015.
The Fine Art Department is planning a short study trip to the Venice Biennale, Tues 10– Sat 14 Nov 2015. In order to start the planning process of the trip we ask you for an early expression of interest to join us to one of the most prestigious art exhibitions in the world.
The trip is scheduled for the middle of next Semester, in November 2015. In order to organize the trip and to keep costs at a minimum we need a confirmation of interest and first installments (£ 100) before the summer break.
This trip is open to all Fine Art students. Current Level 6 students are also eligible to sign up for the trip.
The Venice Biennale is a unique opportunity to see a vast amount of contemporary art in one place and offers an invaluable chance for your studies and your artistic practice.
1: Please pay the first instalment of £100. This instalment has to be paid in by 15 June 2015. This will allow us to secure cheap flights and keep costs at a minimum. This option is now closed.
2: The second instalment (Approx. £100 for accommodation and extra expenses) can be paid now and has to be transfered by Oct 2015.
Please pay the second instalment now and go to the university e-store website:
N.B: Please note that this is the SECOND INSTALMENT of the study trip. You should only make the payment if you have registered for the trip and paid the first instalment. If you have any questions, please contact the email address below.
Sarah Lucas’s Deep Cream Maradona at the British pavilion.
Please see following details of the trip:
Venice Biennial Fine Art Trip 2015
Dates: Tues 10– Sat 14 Nov 2015
- Return Flights: £100
- Accommodation: £ 100 (4 nights)
- Approximate total costs: £200.
Eligibility: Fine Art Students University of Wolverhampton (including current level 6 students).
More information about the Venice Biennale:
If you have any questions, please contact me: