February 27-March 3, 2013
If you plan on attending this trip, please fill out this form.
A deposit of $100 will reserve your space on the trip. All deposits are non- refundable. The remainder is due by January 31, 2013. Make checks payable to Marshall University.
*Stop by the Art Office, Smith Hall 717 to pick up payment information and the Student Trip Invoice to take to the Bursar’s Office with the payment.*
The MU Department of Art & Design pays for the bus which holds approximately 55 people. Those in rooms of four persons will pay $335 each. Three in a room is $415/person; two in a room is $595/person; a single is $1095. All other costs(meals, museum entries, entertainment, travel in NYC, etc.) are borne by the individual.
Details and Sample Itinerary:
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
-6:45 am, leave by bus from Smith Hall, Music Building, Hal Greer Blvd. entrance, for New York
-Arrive approximately 8 pm in New York at the Hotel Edison, 228 W. 48th St. (212) 840-5000
-Get dinner; explore Times Square
Thursday, February 28th
-10:00 am, leave hotel walking to the Museum of Modern Art
-Afternoon at Guggenheim Museum, 88th & 5th Ave
Friday, March 1st
-10:00 Metropolitan Museum of Art or galleries in Chelsea: in Chelsea, see the Dia Center for the Arts 548 W. 22nd Street
-Fri. Evenings 6-8, Guggenheim Museum 5th Ave at 88th Street, Pay what you wish
-Fri. Evenings 6-9, Whitney Museum, Madison Ave. At 75th Street, Pay What You Wish
-Fri. Evenings 4-8, Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53rd Street, Pay What You Wish
Saturday, March 2nd
-10:00 Metropolitan Museum of Art or Chelsea Galleries
-In Long Island City, see the P. S.1 Contemporary Art Center (22 Jackson Ave. at 46th St.) or the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, America’s best Graphic Design Museum 91st & 5th Ave. or both on or just off upper 5th Ave.
Sunday, March 3rd
-8:00 am, leave New York from the Edison Hotel lobby
-7:30 pm arrive back in Huntington at the Music Building on Hal Greer
All evenings are on your own: go to the theater, clubs, concerts, opera, ballet, etc. Half price ticket booth is half a block from the hotel.
CONTACT professor Ian Hagarty with any questions: