Art Away: Santa Fe2019-08-15T18:02:22+00:00

Art-away:
Santa Fe

next trip: July 12 – 19, 2020 – focus on drawing and photographic arts
$1600, includes transportation, house stay, meals and entrance fees.

Highlights from 2019 Art Away: Santa Fe – focus on landscape:

  • a day in Abiquiu touring Georgia O’Keefe’s studio and plein-air painting in the New Mexico landscape
  • private tour of Judy Tuwaletstiwa exhibit at Center for Contemporary Arts
  • studio visit with local artist, Dawn Chandler
  • Time to explore Santa Fe’s historic plaza
  • A private tour at Nedra Matteucci Gallery with lunch and time to draw in the sculpture garden
  • an afternoon at Meow Wolf
  • time daily to make art on site or at home studio

Art-Away trips are limited to 8 students. In Santa Fe we immerse ourselves in the rich art world of this special, historic city. We stay in a spacious airbnb that is accommodating to groups our size with plenty of space both indoors and out for creating art. Most evenings are spent at home with home cooked meals and time for fun and relaxation.

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Payment Details + Cancellation Policy

Art Away: Santa Fe July 12-19, 2020

  • $500 deposit is required to reserve a space
  • Payment in full due by Friday, June 26

Cancellation Policy:

  • more than 90 days – 100%
  • 61-90 days – 100%, less $500 deposit
  • 31-60 days – 50% of total cost
  • 30 days or less – no refunds. 50% of trip cost may be applied for credit for a future trip.

art-away itinerary
from Santa Fe 2018

Paired museum/gallery experiences emphasize connections between traditional and contemporary art:

  • ​Two New Mexican Painters: O’Keefe and Bergman (O’Keefe Museum and Center for Contemporary Art)
  • Native American Art (Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and Museum of Contemporary Native Arts)
  • Crafts: (Folk Art Museum and Tansey Contemporary Gallery)
  • Installation Art: (Site Santa Fe and Meow Wolf)
Saturday
  • Meet 9am in Boulder and drive to Santa Fe. Arrive by 5:00 pm. Settle in and have dinner in our new Santa Fe home-away-from-home.
Sunday
  • The Center for Contemporary Art (Ciel Berman exhibit)
  • Explore Indian market at Santa Fe Square home early
  • Studio time, dinner at home and board games
Monday
  • O’Keefe Museum and visit Loretto Chapel
  • Lunch at home and down time
  • Late afternoon go to Meow Wolf and have dinner out at Tortilla Flats
Tuesday
  • Morning at home with guided and open studio time
  • Afternoon visit Folk Art Museum
  • Return to Meow Wolf to meet and talk with one of the artists
  • Home for dinner, video on Frank Buffalo Hyde
Wednesday
  • Artist talk and tour of IAIA (Institute of American Indian Arts)
  • Museum of Indian Arts & Culture (Frank Buffalo Hyde)
  • Dinner at home and movie
Thursday
  • Morning studio time
  • Afternoon explore galleries on and around Canyon Road
  • Dinner at home, free time to read, work in sketchbooks, play board games
Friday
  • Site Santa Fe – private tour of “Brave New World” Installation
  • Studio visit: Deeda Hull, book artist
  • Dinner at home
Saturday
  • Drive back to Boulder. Home by 4:30pm

testimonials

thank you!
Traveling with Page allows students to be artists in the world of art that can only serve to inspire them to go further, to use their talents to seek that place they can call their own. Thank you, Page!

Amanda

I can’t recommend this program enough! Our hearts are filled with gratitude for Page.

Rigpa

As someone who is trying to figure out their future after high school, spending time in an art school or with people who work every day in art for their career was really interesting and helped me gain a new perspective on how art can impact me and my life.

Xan

Page is an artist, teacher and above all, someone who is genuinely passionate about sharing her brilliance with our community’s youth. This kind of rare combination is an amazing gift to our community and not to be missed!

Audrey