UBC Museum of Anthropology | MOA Journeys
MOA is pleased to launch a new cultural travel program for our members. MOA Journeys will give art lovers the opportunity to gain new insights and fresh perspectives on art and culture around the globe. Led by MOA or special guest curators, these trips offer unique cultural encounters that make each journey more than just a vacation.
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Travel with MOA

Art lovers have the opportunity to gain new insights and fresh perspectives on art and culture around the globe.

We are thrilled to introduce a new cultural travel program for our members. MOA Journeys gives art lovers the opportunity to gain new insights and fresh perspectives on art and culture around the globe. Led by MOA or special guest curators, these trips offer unique cultural encounters that make each journey more than just a vacation.

Cuba’s Artistic Pulse, November 20-30, 2014 – SOLD OUT

MOA Journeys debuts with a Fall trip to Cuba to coincide with the exhibition Without Masks: Contemporary Afro-Cuban Art. During the journey, an experienced local guide will unveil mesmerizing Havana and the Cuba beyond. Meanwhile, Orlando Hernández, host and guest-curator of MOA’s exhibit Without Masks, will grant exclusive access to galleries, artists’ studios, marketplaces, and unparalleled cultural experiences.

The itinerary The itinerary will take you from Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; Viñales Valley a National Park and a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site; to the Zapata Peninsula and Cienfuegos, affectionately known as La Perla del Sur (the Southern Pearl), an inviting port town settled by French colonists more than 150 years ago, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site; to Cuba’s second highest mountain range – the Sierra de Escambray and the colonial town of Trinidad, a perfect relic of the early days of the Spanish colony (a UNESCO World Heritage Site); and back to Havana. View full details of the Cuba Journey.