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European "Outsider" Art Study Trip--Spaces still Available

This study trip offers students an intimate look into the history and current production of art from outsider the fine art mainstream.  The European “Outsider” Art: Past & Present itinerary takes traveler through Switzerland, Germany, and (for the first time this year!) Belgium to visit historic psychiatric and art brut collections, famous contemporary "outsider" art museums, and an innovative studio for artists with disabilities.  
The trip runs May 13-26, 2014 and is available for current SAIC students but alumni and professionals are welcome to enroll as a student-at-large.  Professionals interested in accruing continuing education hours enroll for graduate art therapy credit and valid tuition remission credits may be used to pay for the tuition portion.  
Travelers fly into Zürich & out of Brussels.  A country by country itinerary appears below.

Swiss Itinerary
Adolf Wölfli Stiftung & Kunstmuseum Bern
Psychiatrie-Museum / Waldau Klinik, Bern
Collection de l’Art Brut, Lausanne

German Itinerary
Sammlung Prinzhorn, Heidelberg
Museum Charlotte Zander, Bönnigheim
Museum Haus Cajeth, Heidelberg 

Belgian Itinerary
Art & Marges, Brussels
Museum Dr. Guislain, Ghent
MADmusée & Créahm, Liege
Free day in Brussels
Museum of Modern, Contemporary & Outsider Art, Lille (France)

Budget estimates for the trip are:
Full Trip Fee ($2800): All hotels with breakfast, admissions to scheduled events, city-to-city  & scheduled in-city transport, 2 group meals.
Individuals must Budget: Tuition, Flight ($1200), meals ($455 @ $35/day), incidentals (non-scheduled admissions, post cards, internet, exchange fees, $80), shopping ???
Registration began WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12th but some spaces are still open.

For details on the 3-Step Registration process see: 
For more details contact Randy Vick (Art Therapy) or Jerry Stefl (Art Education) 

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