Art is alive! When you travel abroad with your art students, not only can you show them the world’s most famous masterpieces up close during visits to the Louvre, Accademia, Prado and more, you’ll also participate in culture-specific art workshops that engage creativity and cultural understanding.
Be inspired by Paul Cézanne’s Post-Impressionist artwork and use Mont St. Victoire as your backdrop to recreate one of his works.
Master the Fresco
Learn about the history of this Renaissance art form and channel your inner Michelangelo as you create your own masterpiece on freshly plastered tile.
Street Art Workshop
After a walking tour of the street art scene in one of Europe’s most hip, young, creative capitals, a local urban art expert will teach you the techniques to create your own modern artistic masterpiece.
Trencadís Workshop in Barcelona
Under the instruction of a Trencadís master, learn how to create colorful mosaics in the style of Antoni Gaudí.
Craft Workshop in Sarchí
In the hub of Costa Rican arts and crafts, learn about the history of the area’s famed brightly colored ox-carts and use similar methods to craft a souvenir of your own.
Paint Paris Neighborhood Tour
On this walking tour of one of Paris’s most artistic neighborhoods, you’ll take time to stop and capture the beauty of either Montmartre or Île Saint-Louis under the instruction of a local artist.
Glass Decorating and Gallery Visit in Prague
Learn about Prague’s proud tradition of glassworks as you decorate a piece of glass in the authentic Czech style.
The art walk and workshop were amazing! The kids all had a blast and it gave an interesting perspective to the city.”
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