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

Art, Literature, and the Sea
October 26-29, 2017

A crescent-shaped spit of sand and glacial till 30 miles south of Cape Cod, this small Atlantic island washed by the winds and currents of the Gulf Stream is renowned for its deserted beaches and picturesque towns. Its clean ocean waters, colorful seafaring history, rich literary and artistic legacy, and eclectic array of galleries, boutiques, and restaurants make the island one of America’s most sought-after destinations. Nantucket offers a timeless, quiet, invigorating refuge, where it’s easy to see the world from a completely new vantage point. It’s the perfect place for anyone seeking peace, inspiration, and a new creative perspective on New England.  Learn more…

Havana, Camaguey, and the Pristine North Coast
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…

Casablanca, Fes, Sahara Desert, and more
April 5-14, 2018

Embark on an alluring Moroccan adventure overflowing with centuries-old customs and colorful culture. Stroll through the cobbled alleyways of the ancient market of Medina. Experience a Moroccan tradition at a henna workshop. Board a camel to your nomad camp and overnight in the Sahara Desert. Make memories that will last a lifetime.  Learn More…


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