Art Travel


Art Lovers’ Travel

Exhibition: Cuba Through 36 Eyes

April 23–May 17, 2014 at Image City Photography Gallery, 722 University Avenue (opening reception Friday April 25, 5 to 9 pm)

Cuba Vinales Main St-webIn January 2014, the Gallery Council sponsored a week-long trip to Cuba licensed by People to People. The group spent time in Havana, Vinales Valley, Cienfuegos and Trinidad; toured museums, historic sites and artist studios; and enjoyed unique educational experiences. This exhibition features art by 15 of the travelers, their Cuban guide, and two professional Cuban photographers who worked with them. Pictured is Main Street, Vinales by Michelle Turner.

Upcoming trips

Our art lovers’ tours are organized and sponsored by the Gallery Council to benefit MAG and open to all interested travelers:

NY, NY’s a Wonderful Town - Let’s Go for the RPO

May 6–8, 2014


Joining music and art, Gallery Council Art Tours has planned both for you in New York. In addition to a ticket to Carnegie Hall for the RPO performance, the trip includes a two-night stay at the centrally located Hotel Warwick, two breakfasts and two dinners, and four museum entrances (MOMA, the Whitney, the Frick and the Museum of Art and Design).   Learn more

1000 Islands Art and Architecture

June 24, 2014

rock-islandTravel with us to Clayton, NY, on the beautiful St. Lawrence River. This day trip includes a private guided cruise past luxury homes and “cottages,” with stops at Rock Island Lighthouse (pictured) and the Antique Boat Museum, where we’ll go aboard La Duchesse, a lavish houseboat that once belonged to the owner of Boldt Castle. Learn more

Auburn: Summer Theater

July 22, 2014

Willard07For our annual theater trip we’re returning to the Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, where we’ll see a matinee of DAMN YANKEES. We’ll also visit Willard Memorial Chapel (pictured), designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany, and enjoy lunch at the Restaurant at Elderberry Pond. Learn more

For more information on these and other upcoming trips, or to be added to our priority email list, email the Gallery Council Office or call 585.276.8910.

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