Havana, Trinidad, Cienfuegos, Santiago de Cuba, Holguin, from Miami. This will be an extraordinary way for you to help us celebrate our 40th anniversary in Cuba with the many friends we’ve made all over the island.
Starting in Havana at the height of the Biennial, we’ll explore all of the installation sites, talk to Cuban artists showing at the Biennial, visit dozens of home galleries and special shows put up in every possible venue to celebrate this incredible art experience.
We’ll go to Las Terrazas to meet local artists, and Matanzas to visit the amazing Ediciones Vigia publishing company where you can obtain beautiful handmade books. We’ll talk to the artists of the Print Workshop in Cathedral Square where you can also buy their prints; we’ll tour the Craft Markets in every city: in Trinidad you’ll see spectacular embroidery and wearable art, in Trinidad and Havana you’ll meet silversmiths who are also sculptors and painters, in Santiago de Cuba we’ll visit a collective of folk artists who work with young people (one of the several projects the Center helps to support), and in Cienfuegos and Havana we’ll visit the Center’s art projects for those with Down syndrome. We’ll go from Miami to Havana, by bus to Cienfuegos and Trinidad, by plane to Santiago, and end up in Holguin, from where we’ll hop our charter to Miami.
DON’T MISS THIS ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY TO SEE CUBA THROUGH THE CENTER’S HISTORY.
$1000 of the cost of the trip is a tax-deductible contribution to the Center for Cuban Studies. The trip is limited to 20 people. THERE WILL BE A SECOND, SHORTER, 40TH ANNIVERSARY TRIP IN MID-SEPTEMBER. $6000 double / $6500 single
TRIP COSTS ARE BASED ON THE HOTELS WE WILL BE REQUESTING AND THE FLIGHTS.
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