Field Trips

The Architectural Studies field trip is an opportunity for students to visit sites of national and international significance and to study historic and contemporary architecture first hand in northeastern North America cities.

Fall 2016 Field Trip| October 14-18

‘MAKE NO LITTLE PLANS...’ – Daniel Burnham (1846-1912)

The annual Architectural Studies fieldtrip is open to an delcared major in the program. Space is limited to 16 students and priority will be given to advanced majors.

Please contact Professor Drew Armstrong [cda68@pitt.edu] to express your interest in participating. There is a $200 charge per student that covers the cost of transportation, hotels, and all entrance fees. Checks should be made out to-The University of Ptitsburgh-and dropped off with Professor Armstrong or Corrin Trombley in the main department office, 104 Frick Fine Arts Building.

Please view the preliminary itinerary to find out what we will be doing!


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Field Trips

2013 Field Trips

Vienna IFTA

Vienna IFTA