Art, Culture & Community:
An Interactive Art Delegation to Cuba
with Jeff Greenwald | April 10-19, 2015 (9 nights, 10 days)
This people-to-people delegation will focus on Cuba’s visual and performance arts, exploring the relationship between personal expression, community development and interactive collaboration. We’ll visit studios, galleries, World Heritage Sites of extraordinary beauty, and neighborhoods that have been revitalized through imaginative art projects. Much of our time will be spent meeting with individual artists, visiting community art projects, and seeing how art is integrated into the public sphere in Cuba’s Socialist culture. Guided visits to key museums and cultural centers will also be featured. As the delegation will consist mainly of working artists, each day will include time for painting, drawing, journaling and/or photography—alone, in studios, or under the guidance of Cuban artists.
This wonderful opportunity for cross-cultural engagement will reach beyond art and into the creative spirit. Participants will bring their own supplies, and be ready to sketch or watercolor at viewpoints, in squares and old forts, possibly even with Cuban models.
10-11 participants | $3990 per person
12-14 participants | $3890 per person
15-16 participants | $3790 per person
Single rooms are available for an additional $500. If you are a single traveler, we will try to match you with another solo traveler of the same sex for twin share accommodations.
Register for tour:
Please download and complete AltruVistas’ booking form then return the completed registration form with your deposit to AltruVistas. If you have any questions about the tour or registration process, please contact Malia Everette.
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Interactive Art Delegation to Cuba with Jeff Greenwald is co-sponsored* by Ethical Traveler and AltruVistas. This tour adheres to the highest responsible tourism practices and aims to support and economically benefit local communities we visit while concurrently promoting cross-cultural understanding between visitors and locals. The tour is facilitated by Vaya Sojourns, a licensed Travel Service Provider (TSP) by the Office of Foreign Assets Control to arrange educational travel under the General License or a People-to-People license to Cuba. This is a unique opportunity for Americans to visit Cuba legally and explore the future of US-Cuban relations.
*Itinerary was developed in collaboration by Ethical Traveler and AltruVistas. Tour registration and all trip logistics and facilitation are handled by AltruVistas.
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