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Sustaining Fellows Travel

Sustaining Fellows enjoy exclusive five-star travel opportunities with distinguished Art Institute curators.

Upcoming Sustaining Fellows Trips


Weekender: American Art in Maine

August 11–14, 2017

Discover American art on the East Coast with Sarah Kelly Oehler, Gilda and Henry Buchbinder Curator of American Art and interim chair of the Department of American Art. Explore beautiful Maine with special access to top museums and private collections, a tour of the famed Monhegan Island artists’ colony, and a visit to the Winslow Homer Studio on Prouts Neck, where the renowned artist lived and worked for thirty years. This one-of-a-kind trip features Maine’s finest cuisine and luxurious accommodations at the oceanfront Samoset Resort.

View the full itinerary and learn more about curator Sarah Kelly Oehler. To reserve your spot, please contact Elif Senturk, Sustaining Fellows travel coordinator, at esenturk@artic.edu or (312) 448-3848.

Terms and Conditions
The tour is sold as described. There are no refunds for unused portions of these segments. The tour price is based on a minimum number of 15 travelers. If fewer than 15 travelers participate, a price supplement may apply and/or the itinerary may be adjusted.


Contemporary Art in the Netherlands
October 22–29, 2017

Venture overseas with Ann Goldstein, deputy director and chair and curator of modern and contemporary art, to explore sensational contemporary art, established museums, and unique restaurants in the Netherlands. Experience the exciting capital city of Amsterdam, the architectural gem that is Rotterdam, and the Hague, a truly charming city. Curator-led tours, special access to private collections, and visits to artists’ studios enrich your experience of the country’s vibrant art scene.

For more information or to join the list of interested travelers, call Elif Senturk, Sustaining Fellows travel coordinator, at (312) 443-3848.

Terms and Conditions
This tour is sold as described. There are no refunds for unused portions of these segments. Tour price is based on a minimum number of 20 travelers. If fewer than 20 travelers participate, a price supplement may apply and/or the itinerary may be adjusted.


Inquiries
These trips are open exclusively to Sustaining Fellows. Space is limited. Please direct all inquiries to Elif Senturk, Sustaining Fellows travel coordinator, at (312) 443-3848.

The Art Institute of Chicago strongly recommends that travelers purchase travel insurance.

Lighthouse, Portland, Maine.