Curated Travel

Join curators on insider tours to national and international contemporary art locations.

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The Curated Travel program offers exclusive access to the arts and is specially designed for the cultural explorer and lifelong learner. ASU Art Museum is inspired by destinations that provide the greatest return on creativity. Itineraries include private art collection tours, artist studio visits, culinary feasts, specialized art seminars and much more.

Minimalism, Earthworks and More in Marfa, Texas
April 16–19, 2020

Single occupancy: $3,400 
Double occupancy: $5,200
Donation to the ASU Art Museum: $250 per person
Registration + deposit deadline: Sept. 1, 2019

Rates are inclusive of hotel accommodations, three dinners, two lunches, local ground transportation from El Paso, TX and admission.

Join us for three nights in the far West Texas art capital of Marfa, made famous by Donald Judd. This unique curator-led pilgrimage site will focus on architecture, design and art and will offer a new perspective for those who may have visited before. We will visit the Judd Foundation as well as Chinati Foundation, in addition to private residences, art collections, artist studios and local galleries. Our stay will include the best available accommodations at the recently built Hotel St. George, and the best restaurants in town. Plus get an insider’s look at the curatorial research for new exhibitions with Senior Curator, Heather Sealy Lineberry.

Contemporary Art, Food and Wine in San Diego, California and Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico
July 15–19, 2020


Single occupancy: $5,500
Double occupancy: $7,600
Donation to the ASU Art Museum: $500 per person
Registration + deposit deadline: Dec. 1, 2019
 
Rates are inclusive of hotel accommodations, four dinners, three lunches, local ground transportation and admission.

Join us for four nights between San Diego, California and Valle de Guadalupe, Ensenada, Mexico for a curator-led tour of the best of contemporary art, food and wine along these dynamic border communities. Our stay will include luxurious accommodations with two nights at the four star The US Grant, a Luxury Collection Hotel in San Diego, and two nights at a unique and luxurious property in the heart of the Napa Valley of Mexico. We will visit important private collections, museums and artist studios while enjoying some of the best culinary offerings in the region.

Plan ahead for upcoming trips:

March 2021

Sharjah Biennale, Louvre Abu Dhabi + Dubai Art Fair

Sept. 2021

Contemporary Art, Fashion and Design in Colombia with ARTBO – Feria Internacional de Arte de Bogotá

How to sign up

For more information, contact Cory J. Rogers, development officer, at Cory.Rogers@asu.edu or 480-965-2875.
 
For reservations and specific trip questions, contact JC Connelly, Inc. at info@jcconnelly.com.
 
Trip costs will be paid for directly through JC Connelly, Inc.

Donation checks should be made payable to the “ASU Foundation/ASU Art Museum” and mailed to ASU Art Museum c/o Lizabeth Dion, PO Box 872911, Tempe, AZ 85287-2911. 

 

Past Travel Events

Have questions?

Cory J. Rogers
Development Officer
cory.rogers@asu.edu
480-965-2875

Lizabeth Dion
Development Coordiantor
lizabeth.dion@asu.edu
480-965-5299