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.
Museum of Anthropology, MOA, UBC, Vancouver, art, museum, UBC MOA, anthropology, Pacific Islands art, South Pacific art, Asia art, Africa art, South America art, Central America art, Europe art, North America art, First Nations, Aboriginal, Native American, textiles, archaeological objects, archaeology, ethnological, Bill Reid, The Raven and the First Men, totem poles, British Columbia, Canada, Musqueam, architecture, Haida House, Haida, Gitxsan, Nisga'a, Oweekeno, Gitxsan artists, Walter Harris, Earl Muldoe, Art Sterritt, and Vernon Stephens, Arthur Erickson, Northwest Coast, modern art, contemporary art, aboriginal art, indigenous art, native art, First Nations art, MOA at UBC, school programs, museum educational experiences, first nations education, educational websites, teaching kits, Native Youth Program, museum travel, travel program, MOA Journeys, cultural travel, bespoke travel, art travel
14574
page,page-id-14574,page-parent,page-template,page-template-full_width-php,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.1.3.1,vc_responsive
 

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.

MOA Journeys Blog
Last fall MOA traveled through mesmerizing Cuba on a curated journey. Meet some of the museum members on the trip and read about their experiences. Next up: Portugal!

Next Journey

Tastes of Portugal: Art, Architecture & Popular Culture (October 2-15, 2015)

Join us this Fall on a spectacular 13-night trip to Portugal where we will explore more deeply the themes of MOA’s exhibit Heaven, Hell & Somewhere in Between with MOA Director and curator, Dr. Anthony Shelton. In Lisbon and beyond, enjoy expert guided tours of museums and cultural centres, exclusive access to artists’ studios and marketplaces, and savour the traditions and flavours that exemplify Portuguese identity.

Past Journey

Cuba’s Artistic Pulse (November 20-30, 2014)

MOA Journeys debuted in Fall 2014 with a trip to Cuba to coincide with the exhibition Without Masks: Contemporary Afro-Cuban Art. During the journey, our guides unveiled mesmerizing Havana and the Cuba beyond. Orlando Hernández, host and guest-curator of MOA’s exhibit Without Masks, granted exclusive access to galleries, artists’ studios, marketplaces, and unparalleled cultural experiences.