Baltimore Museums and Private Collection Bus Trip

Wednesday, September 24, 2014
7:30 am-6:00 pm

Join us for a private tour of a premier contemporary art collection and enjoy a presentation on the Contemporary (Museum) of Baltimore by Executive Director Deana Haggag. Tour special exhibits at the Baltimore Museum of Art and dine on fine Chesapeake cuisine at Gertrude's.

Register online or by phone at 302-656-6466.

$130 Members
$145 Non-members
Cost includes breakfast, bus, lunch, and all admissions.

Home of Baltimore Collectors Larry Eisenstein and Robin Zimelman

7:30-8:00 am - Breakfast at the DCCA.

8:00 am - Depart from the DCCA.

9:15 am - Arrive in Baltimore.

9:15-9:30 am - Bus Presentation by Deana Haggag, Executive Director of the Contemporary on "The Contemporary (Museum) of Baltimore as a Nomadic Museum" during our ride to view a private contemporary art collection.

9:45-10:45 am - Exclusive tour of contemporary art collection at the home of collectors Larry Eisenstein and Robin Zimelman (pictured above).

11:30 am-12:30 pm - Lunch at Gertrude's (at Baltimore Museum of Art).

12:30-2:30 pm - Tour of Baltimore Museum of Art & Special Exhibitions: Anri Sala, Seth Adelsberger, and the museum's new "On Paper: Alternate Realities" exhibition.

2:30-4:30 pm - Visit to Station North galleries, select artists' studios, and the Station North Tool Library with a private tour by Director John Shea.

4:30-6:00 pm - Return to the DCCA.

Learn More About...

The Contemporary's New Director Deana Haggag

The Home of Baltimore Collectors Larry Eisenstein and Robin Zimelman

Baltimore's Station North Tool Library

The Baltimore Museum of Art's Current Exhibitions


Havana: CUBA January 2015 - SOLD OUT!*

January 12 - 18, 2015 (January 11 in Miami)

The Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts invites you to visit Cuba! We will be traveling under the auspices of Cuba Cultural Travel, an organization that has specialized in travel to Cuba since 1998. Our journey will take us to Havana, the capital of the country and its commercial and cultural center since colonial times. You will experience the wonderful rustic charm of a city that has remained largely unchanged for over 50 years. You will meet the Cuban people and learn about daily life in this amazing, complex city.
During our stay, we will be hosted by a variety of local scholars and artists who will offer in-depth commentary on art, history, architecture, and religion. We will meet many leading artists in their studios, attend private dance and music performances and enjoy the company of students, professors, and historians. Throughout our tour we will enjoy the type of intimate personal exchanges that build lifelong relationships.
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*This trip is full and registration is now closed. To be placed on a waiting list, please contact Cuba Cultural Travel.