Art Travel


Art Lovers’ Travel

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

Corning, NY

Tuesday, August 11, 2015 

Corning Museum TPP 0679The new Contemporary Art + Design Wing of the Corning Museum of Glass (pictured) is nothing less than spectacular! Our MAG visitors will have a private tour of the CMoG and enjoy a Glassworks Show in the
new 500-seat amphitheater. We’ll also visit the Rockwell Museum with its breathtaking American art (think Albert Bierstadt), Western artifacts, and memorabilia of a bygone era. Lunch will be served at Tony R’s Restaurant, in the old Elmira Bank building.

For more information, call the MAG Council office, (585) 276-8910, and ask for Sharon McNamee.

Photo courtesy Corning Museum of Glass.

Art Lover’s Provence

October 16–23, 2015

vangogh-stremyFrom Cézanne to Matisse, Renoir to Picasso, artists have gravitated to Provence’s vivid sunlight and vibrant landscape. Join us in the south of France as we explore museums, studios, and homes, as well as meet contemporary artists, collectors and art lovers. Reservation form

Pictured: In 1889, Vincent van Gogh committed himself to the Saint-Paul Asylum in Saint-Rémy (now the Clinique Van Gogh). During his year there he would produce such masterpieces as Starry Night.

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.

Looking Back: Cuba Through 36 Eyes

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. In spring 2014, an exhibition at Image City Photography Gallery on University Avenue featured 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.