& Culture of Andalusia
Enjoy hands-on art workshops & activities in Granada!
Art permeates all aspects of Granada, from the Alhambra palace to the edgy graffiti found in the Realejo neighborhood. The city has a deep tradition of artisanry based on Moorish practices such as plaster, tile work, and marquetry and Christian influences such as stained glass and Renaissance architecture. Walking through the enchanting streets of Granada yields a visual experience like no other. Visit Malaga, the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and a burgeoning European art center, and further your explorations in the city's most attractive art museums. Complement morning workshops with engaging cultural activities and tours in the afternoons. Put on your artist's hat and head to Spain!
Dates & Prices
Summer 2023 TBA
Program at a Glance
Ages: 14 - 18
Minimum Group Size: 4 participants
Room & Board | Onsite Directors | Art Workshops | Excursions | Cultural Activities | Airport Transfers | International Medical Insurance
A variety of art workshops unique to Granada.
A traditional Spanish cooking class.
Daily activities to experience first-hand the magnetism of Granada.
Attend a performance at Granada's world famous Music & Dance Festival.
Excursion to Malaga.
Excursion to Nerja and paella lunch on the beach.
Airport transfers (GRX) by a program director.
Hands-on experiences with a variety of art forms that are typical to Granada and the region of Andalusia.
These include activities in tile, plaster, Arabic calligraphy, marquetry, and stained glass.
Excursions and activities oriented to what is learned in class with real-life appreciation of art through a selection of experiences such as museum visits and architectural studies.
Malaga is the art center of Andalusia. Visit the cathedral and top art museums.
Guided tour of the Alhambra palace, the former palace of the Nasrid kings and Spain's most visited monument.
Walks of Granada's iconic and historic neighborhoods with a tour of the famous graffiti artist, El Niño de las Pinturas. Move through the city using it as part of our educational palette.
Take your first flamenco dance class and attend a live performance. Some of the best flamenco artists are from Granada.
Morning: Breakfast with your homestay and walk to your art workshop.
Midday: Enjoy lunch and siesta at your homestay.
Afternoon: Cultural activities and free time.
Evening: Dinner at homestay, relax and a good night's sleep.