Art Professors Lead Trip to Spain and Portugal this Summer

Emily Tuttle  and Carolyn Ford to lead trip to Spain and Portugal this summer.

This summer two members of the Limestone Art Department will lead a trip abroad to Spain and Portugal through EF Tours. The trip is open to all college students and community members. During the thirteen-day tour, participants will travel to Barcelona, Madrid, Lisbon, Seville, and many other locations including a specialty trip to Cordoba led by Professor Tuttle. “This is an exciting trip covering many cultures influences upon the art and architecture and food. This is an exciting summer for us since we have so many students signed up. We hope to grow the travel abroad opportunities each summer. If you are interested in joining us, February is the deadline!” states Carolyn Ford, Art Department Chair. “Our trip to Italy and Greece was such a great experience for our students and we are looking forward to Spain and Portugal this summer as well as more trips in 2019,” states Art Historian Emily Tuttle.

For more information about the trip, please visit EFCST.com/1918439FZ or email etuttle@limestone.edu.

Emily Tuttle has been a part of the Art Department at Limestone College since 2015. She currently teaches Art Appreciation online while pursuing her PhD at Florida State University. Her thesis research is Arts of the Late Medieval Household with a focus on York, England. Carolyn Ford has taught at Limestone College since 2003 and has served as the Chair of the Department since 2010.