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Sustaining Fellows enjoy five-star travel opportunities led by distinguished Art Institute curators.

To reserve a spot on any of the following trips or for more information, please contact Aleks Matic at amatic@artic.edu or (312) 443-3115.

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Weekender: Architecture and Design in Mexico City

February 21–24, 2019

Venture to Mexico City with Zoë Ryan, John H. Bryan Chair and Curator of Architecture and Design, in advance of the Art Institute’s 2019 exhibition focused on the influential figures who worked in Mexico between 1940 and 1970. Meet with cutting-edge architects, tour historic Luis Barragán–designed residences, and visit ceramics ateliers, textile shops, and designers’ studios.

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Weekender: Vancouver with Matthew Witkovsky

September 19–22, 2019

Explore photography and contemporary and conceptual art in Vancouver with Matthew Witkovsky, Richard and Ellen Sandor Chair and Curator of Photography. This weekend getaway features tours of the city’s finest museums, galleries, and private collections.

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Weekender: Los Angeles with Kevin Salatino

February 21–24, 2020

Accompany Kevin Salatino, Anne Vogt Fuller and Marion Titus Searle Chair and Curator of Prints and Drawings and former Angeleno, on a multifaceted trip to the City of Angels. Gain insight into contemporary art, architecture, and, of course, prints and drawings, on visits to the city’s renowned museums, private collections, and more.

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Berlin's Contemporary Art with Ann Goldstein

May 2020

Travel to Germany with Ann Goldstein, deputy director and chair and curator of modern and contemporary art, to experience an once-in-a-lifetime tour of Berlin’s thriving contemporary art scene. Exemplary private collections, museums, and fine dining complete this journey.

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Weekender: Dallas and Fort Worth with Constantine Petridis

September 2020

Spend a weekend in Texas with Constantine Petridis, chair of the Department of the Arts of Africa and the Americas and curator of African art. This getaway will explore the legacy of African art in Dallas and Fort Worth through visits to museums, galleries, and more.

Contact Us

To inquire about or let us know you are interested in any trip, contact Aleks Matic at amatic@artic.edu or (312) 443-3115.

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