REVOLUTIONARY VISIONS: BOSTON AND BEYOND, OCTOBER 2020
REVOLUTIONARY VISIONS: BOSTON AND BEYOND
Mon. October 5 – Sat. October 10, 2020
Due to public health concerns involving COVID-19, this trip has been postponed. If you have any questions, please email Art Tours and Travel Manager Sarah Packer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We appreciate your patience.
Next fall, join Joanna Pinsky on an adventure back to America’s revolutionary roots and forward to some of the most exciting contemporary art exhibits in the country. Experience Boston’s famous museums, from the Isabella Stewart Gardner, to the Museum of Fine Arts, to the stunning Institute of Contemporary Art, where we’ll see Yayoi Kusama’s experiential installation Love is Calling. Take a guided tour of early American history, and see firsthand how Boston’s great universities affect the arts through visits to private artist studios. After visiting the beautiful DeCordova Sculpture Museum and Park, take in views of New England’s autumnal splendor on the drive west through the Berkshires. At MassMoca, discover one of the largest and most evocative art exhibition spaces in North America. And at the newly-renovated Clark Museum, revel in great Impressionist paintings while feasting your eyes on magnificent architecture, with buildings designed by Tadao Ando and Anabelle Seldorf.
*Itinerary is in development and is subject to change. Please email Sarah Packer at email@example.com with any questions.
An important Yayoi Kusama exhibit at the waterfront Institute of Contemporary Art
The famous Boston Museum of Fine Arts
A private revolutionairy history tour of the North End
Exclusive visits to private artist studios
The DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum
Beautiful New England autumnal color
MassMOCA, one of the largest exhibition spaces in the country
The newly-renovated Clark Museum, designed by Tadao Ando and Anabelle Seldorf
Interested in joining us?
Please email our Art Tours and Travel Manager Sarah Packer at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.