ARTravel Programs

Expand your horizons with BMAC’s ARTravel programs. Visit some of the world’s most fascinating destinations, experience local culture, and explore local art, architecture, and cuisine with a small group of like-minded travelers. For more information, follow the links below or contact Erin Jenkins at 802-257-0124, ext. 101 or erin@brattleboromuseum.org.

CUBA OFF THE BEATEN TRACK
March 18-27, 2018

ARTravel: Cuba

This exciting new program offers a dynamic insider’s exploration of the “real” Cuba beyond the well-known tourist sites with a special focus on Cuba’s vibrant contemporary art scene. Join a small group of travelers exploring a rapidly changing country in ways not available to most visitors. Our itinerary includes Havana, Camaguey, the north coast, and several other locations in the island’s interior. Because the group is limited in size, we’ll have the flexibility to take advantage of the spontaneous cultural interactions that make Cuba such an inspiring and exciting place to travel.  Learn more…

PERU: ANCIENT LAND OF MYSTERIES
October 13-22, 2018

Learn centuries-old Andean textile methods at a living museum, explore the colorful markets of Peru, including the famous Pisac village market, discover the artists’ techniques and designs at Pablo Seminario Ceramic Studio, venture through the Andes in a domed train to Machu Picchu, and discover Lima’s fascinating history during a tour of the city center. Learn more…

TASTE OF VIETNAM
April 11-25, 2019

Become acquainted with Ho Chi Minh City on a sightseeing tour, cruise along the famous Mekong Delta, overnight on a luxury junk boat cruise in Halong Bay, visit a local residence to learn about the traditional way of life, learn culinary traditions during a cooking demonstration, and try your hand at lantern making, at a famous lantern workshop! Learn More…

 

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