Walk the Arts promotes international learning experiences for college and university students through quality educational tours
Many American, Canadian and Singaporean universities, aware of the quality of our educational tours, have given credits toward our programs. Our programs also fulfill Art Teacher recertification requirements.
Quality Study Trips – Art our Forte
experiential learning | educational travel | Art History Seminar Tours
Art and art history are indeed our strength. But also, religion, history
Our Educational Travel Programs and Art History Seminar Tours are a fine combination of classroom work, museum visits
What makes our educational tours different?
- A tailor-made educational trip that puts
strongemphasis on providing a learning experience, on art and culture. We adapt to the curriculum and the needs of each institution.
- A study trip and an art history seminar tour led by experienced professionals in the art and art history domains, instead of tourist guides.
- An international educational tour dedicated exclusively to a small group of students of an educational institution. This allows us to provide quality instruction, a flexible schedule
anda more enjoyable traveling experience. Many companies working with large groups oblige participants to spend too much precious time inside buses.
- We visit at a relaxed pace and we adapt to the needs of our groups. At Walk the Arts we believe that quality time and hands-on experience are essential ingredients in the learning process.
- We experience the host country’s way of life: we stay in centrally located hotels, we walk, we take the subway and the city bus, we visit the markets and eat at restaurants frequented by locals, etc.
Flexibility, Teamwork, and… communication
To facilitate your recruitment of students we provide a customized brochure promoting and accurately describing the educational tour. Upon request, we also visit your institution for pre-departure orientation sessions in order to enrich your overseas study experience. And before
In brief, we take care of all the necessary tasks to offer an active learning experience for you and your students in some of the world’s most stimulating and beautiful locations.
A few of our accomplished educational tours
The Vasari Project I, II, III, IV, IV, V, VI , VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV, XVI, XVII, XVIII, (2002-2020) Professionalization seminars offered to artists throughout the Province of Ontario in Canada for BRAVO (Bureau des
The Birth of Art and Religion (2015)
The Bishop’s School – Educational Tour in Italy
(La Jolla, CA, United States)
Nuit Blanche Ottawa (2011)
University of Sherbrooke: PHI777 (2009)
University of Sherbrooke
The City of Rigomagno, (Commune Sinalunga, Italy).
An AHST and watercolor workshop in Caro, Siwa, Alexandria
MWCTC at Studio Italia (2006) – Educational Tour in Italy
Minnesota West Community and Technical College,
(Worthington, MN, United States).
In the Heart of the Renaissance I and II (2005 & 2006)
Seattle Academy of Arts and Sciences
(Seattle, WA, United States).
The Surrealist Planet (2002)
A week-end art history seminar in conjuncture with the Surrealist Exhibit in New York City (Ottawa, ON).
Art History Seminar France and Italy (2002 ) – Educational Tour
South West Minnesota Technical College
Minnesota West Community and Technical College, (Worthington, Minnesota, United States).
The Clash of Titans: Matisse and Picasso (2003).
A week-end art history seminar in conjuncture with the Matisse Picasso exhibit in New York City.
The Group of Seven Memorial
Painting Canoe Trip I – VIII (2002-1995)
A unique art workshop offered on Georgian Bay on one of the Greats Lakes, Lake Huron, in commemoration of the Canadian Group of Seven (throughout Ontario and U.S.A.).
The Quiet Revolution (2000)
A series of conferences offered at Universidad del Rosario and the Museo Nacional de Colombia in Bogotá.
… and many more!
Since 1997 Walk the Arts (icscis inc.) has been offering top quality painting workshops, art classes, and art history tours in Italy, France, Colombia, Spain, and the United States.
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