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2018/2019

Art & Design


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Creative! Art is something that makes sense in any language. From the cutting-edge to the classic, art has a habit of following us around the globe. Inspire your students with a trip to an artistic mecca and take the credit later when they become the new Frida Kahlo or Pablo Picasso.


a n o l e c r Ba

such a goody-GAudÍ! An artist’s delight! The perfect combination of architectural oddities and artistic prowess, Barcelona is home to Gaudí, Picasso, Dalí and Velázquez. It doesn’t get more inspiring than this.

HIGHLIGHTS:

v Park Güell v Casa Batlló

Inclusions:

v La Boqueria Market

v Flights

v Pre-departure teacher pack

v Salvador Dalí’s house

v UK & overseas transfers

v 24-hour emergency service

v MACBA visit

v 2 nights’ accommodation

v F  ree trip leader place options TOPICS TICKED OFF:

Itinerary Day 1 Depart from your local UK airport and arrive in Barcelona in good

v Sketching v Architecture v Green design

time. Visit Salvador Dalí’s house, explore his ‘off-the-wall’ pieces and enjoy some sketching time before your evening meal.

v C  olour & design

Day 2 Rise early and spend your day exploring the best bits of the city, visit

v Impressionist art

the Picasso Museum, Sagrada Familia Cathedral, Park Güell and Casa Batlló. Later indulge in tasty bites at the famous market, La Boqueria.

Day 3 Spend your last morning in the famous Gothic Quarter before

taking your pick from the cultural centre of Antoni Tàpies, MACBA (Museum of Contemporary Art), or a modern art museum dedicated to Joan Miró. Your group can enjoy some free time before catching their evening flight home.

process

WHAT YOU CAN ADD:

v A day trip to Valencia v Picasso Museum v C  asa - Mila La Pedrera v Gaudí Experiencia


Berlin

HIGHLIGHTS:

v Museum für Fotografie

Certified Cool Kid

v H  amburger Bahnhof

Museum v G  raffiti and street art

Quirky and cultural, art students can take their pick from hipster galleries, world-renowned museums and sobering historical landmarks.

walking tour v Bauhaus museum v Checkpoint Charlie v The Fernsehturm v Brandenburg Gate

Inclusions:

v Alte National Gallery

v Flights

v Pre-departure teacher pack

v UK & overseas transfers

v 24-hour emergency service

v 2 nights’ accommodation

v F  ree trip leader place options

Itinerary Day 1 Land in Berlin and transfer to your accommodation. Once settled, you and your group can head out on a walking tour of key cultural hotspots such as Checkpoint Charlie, The Fernsehturm and Brandenburg Gate. End the day with a trip to Alte National Gallery and check out the vast collection of Romantic, NeoClassical and Modernist artworks.

Day 2 Rise early for your graffiti and street art walking tour and spot littleknown demonstrations on the walls of the city. In the afternoon, explore the Bauhaus museum, particularly influential in the school of architecture.

Day 3 In the morning, your students can take a look around Museum

für Fotografie, then take a trip to the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum. Here they’ll find a treasure trove of contemporary paintings, installations and video art in a former railway station. After, enjoy some free time to explore the rest of the city before returning home.

TOPICS TICKED OFF:

v Modern arts v Colour & creativity v Interpretations of

design v T  he role of design in

society v Design process WHAT YOU CAN ADD:

v Reichstag Dome v Brohan Museum v East Side Gallery v Pergamon Museum v M  useum of

Decorative Arts


Paris

EIF-FEL IN LOVE IN PARIS Art and design students can stamp their names across the love-locked bridge as they fall for the City of Light.

HIGHLIGHTS:

v F  ondation Claude

Monet v River Seine v L ouvre and Musée

Inclusions:

d’Orsay v Artistic workshop

v Flights

v Pre-departure teacher pack

v Eiffel Tower

v UK & overseas transfers

v 24-hour emergency service

v Picasso Museum

v 2 nights’ accommodation

v F  ree trip leader place options TOPICS TICKED OFF:

Itinerary Day 1 Arrive in Paris in good time, your first stop is the Foundation

Claude Monet, the perfect spot for sketching! Then students will go on to visit the famous Picasso Museum. In the late afternoon your group will embark on a cruise along the River Seine.

Day 2 Start the day by visiting the Louvre and Musée d’Orsay to gather

v Innovation & design v M  odern & postmodern

inspiration v Architecture v Contemporary art v Design process

some design inspiration. Later students can wander through the city and spot the Arc De Triomphe, before having dinner at a local restaurant.

v Musée d’Art Moderne

Day 3 In the morning take part in an artistic workshop where your group

WHAT YOU CAN ADD:

can put their skills to the test. Then students can climb the Eiffel tower, arguably the most impressive structure in all of France. The final stop for students is Musée d’Art Moderne, where they can explore modern pieces from up-and-coming artists.

v Quai Branly v Musée Rodin v Musée de l’Orangerie


k r o Y w Ne Take a bitE of the big apple! HIGHLIGHTS:

Come back with a belly-load of inspiration. Home to big name fashion designers, budding artists and the Instafamous, New York is the place where creative masters collide.

v Museum of Modern Art v Guggenheim Museum v Macy’s guided tour v Brooklyn graffiti and

street art tour v Central Park

Inclusions:

v Brooklyn Bridge

v Flights

v Pre-departure teacher pack

v Times Square

v UK & overseas transfers

v 24-hour emergency service

v Ellis & Liberty Islands

v 3 nights’ accommodation

v F  ree trip leader place options TOPICS TICKED OFF:

Itinerary Day 1 Fly to New York and transfer to your accommodation. In the

afternoon check out the best view of Manhattan from the top of the Empire State Building. Next stop is Macy’s department store where students will enjoy a guided tour to service their ‘fashionista’ needs.

Day 2 In the morning, inspire your students with a visit to the Museum of

v Fashion & trends v Design theory v Eco-design v Classic & fine art v C  reativity &

innovation

Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum. In the evening you and your group will go supersize as they sample stateside cuisine.

WHAT YOU CAN ADD:

Day 3 Start the day by enjoying a Brooklyn graffiti and street art tour,

v T  he Rockerfeller

learning about the subculture and trying to spot repeated themes and crews. In the afternoon explore famous landmarks: Central Park, Brooklyn Bridge and catch a bite around Times Square.

Day 4 On your final day, you and your group can enjoy the statue cruise to Ellis and Liberty Islands. In the afternoon enjoy some free time before returning home on your evening flight.

Center v G  uided tour of the

Theatre District v H  arper’s Bazaar

Magazine tour


Rome HIGHLIGHTS:

v T  he Vatican

NO PLACE LIKE ROME A city renowned for its ancient ruins, medieval plazas and world-class museums, there is no place quite like Rome. Someone said the food was pretty good too!

v Roman Forum v The Colosseum v Capitoline Museums v Borghese Gallery v M  odern National

Gallery v Trevi Fountain v Arch of Constantine

Inclusions:

v P  izza making and ice

v Flights

v Pre-departure teacher pack

v UK & overseas transfers

v 24-hour emergency service

v 2 nights’ accommodation

v F  ree trip leader place options

cream tasting session TOPICS TICKED OFF:

v Architecture v Ancient art

Itinerary Day 1 Say Ciao Bella to Rome! Transfer to your accommodation before

hitting the ground running and ticking off the biggest attractions. Seek out the popemobile at the Vatican, gather like ancient thinkers in the Roman Forum and thank your lucky stars you’re not a gladiator in The Colosseum. Later, students will visit the Borghese Gallery for some baroque inspiration.

Day 2 Rise early to make the most of your time in the city, visit the Modern National Gallery and the Capitoline Museums before climbing the famous Spanish steps and making a wish at the Trevi Fountain.

Day 3 Today, students can marvel at the largest surviving triumphal arch

in Rome, the Arch of Constantine. Then they can take off their artistic hats and get foodie with a pizza-making and ice cream-tasting session. With a gut full of Italian specialties, your group will return home happy.

v Modern art v Ancient structures v A  rtistic impact on

tourism WHAT YOU CAN ADD:

v N  ational Gallery of

Modern Art v N  ational Gallery of

Ancient Art v N  ational Roman

Museum v M  acro Museum of

Contemporary Art


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