New York Trip Schedule
6:00 a.m. Assemble in front of Packard Hall.
C.C. bus will leave at 6:30 a.m. sharp for Denver International Airport.
We cannot wait for late arrivals.
- DO NOT try to check in on-line. You must check in at a United ticket counter at the Denver Airport.
- Bring your government issued picture ID.
- Plan on bringing one carry on, rather than checking a bag. If you check one or more bags, United Airlines charges $25 for the 1st bag and $35 for the 2nd bag.
10:20 a.m. Depart on United Airlines 1027L
4:05 p.m. Arrive New York (LaGuardia).
Share a taxi with two to three other students for trip to The Pod Hotel, 230 E. 51st St. – Between 2nd and 3rd. Phone: (212) 355-0300.
Check in at the Pod Hotel. Rooms have been assigned
7:00 p.m. Meet in the Pod lobby.
- Neighborhood orientation by Kate Leonard and Ruth Kolarik.
- Purchase METRO Cards at 51st Street Subway Station(East 51st St. and Lexington Ave; 1.5 blocks west of Pod Hotel). Buy a seven-day pass, (Good for seven days from first use.)
METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART
9:45 a.m. Meet on the steps outside of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue (at 82nd Street) 212-570-3711
10:00 a.m. Group check-in through the museum’s main entrance.
10:00 - 11:30 a.m. Independent viewing of art in the galleries; begin work on journal.
11:30 a.m. Everyone will meet back in main lobby for small group viewing of various galleries with faculty.
- Renaissance & Baroque – Rebecca Tucker
- Impressionism and Post Impressionism - Gale Murray
- Islamic Art - Ruth Kolarik
- Old Masters - Bogdan Swider
- Julia Cameron Photos - Kate Leonard and Heather Oelklaus
- Interwoven Globe – Tamara Bentley and Jeanne Steiner
1:00 p.m. Lunch on your own; buy it in the morning near the hotel or eat at the MET cafeteria (Basement level, under Lehman wing)
1:45 p.m. Optional Activities – Meet in the main lobby by the information desk of the MET
- Gubbio Studiolo and Chinese Scholars’ Rocks – Tamara Bentley and Scott Johnson
- Textiles at the MET - RATTI Textile Center and Textile Conservation – Jeanne Steiner
NOTE: The MET is open: Sunday–Thursday: 10:00 a.m.– 5:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday: 10:00 a.m.– 9:00 p.m. You can pay as little as you want for admission; however, you must pay something. Feel free to ignore the recommended amounts and give what you can.
Today will be devoted to a series of small group activities led by individual instructors. You will have signed up for these activities prior to departure for New York. You must attend a morning and an afternoon activity or the all day activity. Check the Scheduled Groups Lists in the booklet for your schedule.
ALL DAY ACTIVITY:
9:30 a.m. Sculpture in Queens (Socrates Sculpture Park, Noguchi Museum, Roosevelt Island) with Carl Reed
Meet in the Pod lobby
9:00 a.m. Brooklyn Museum and Botanic Gardens with Ruth Kolarik and Tamara Bentley
Meet in the Pod lobby
9:30 a.m. Center for Alternative Photography with Kate Leonard and Heather Oelklaus
Meet in the Pod lobby to go to 36 East 30th Street, between Madison & Park Avenues
9:45 a.m. Papermaking at Dieu Donné with Jean Gumpper and Jeanne Steiner
Meet in the Pod lobby to go to 315 W. 36th St.. 212.226.0173
10:00 a.m. The Frick Collection, old master paintings with Rebecca Tucker and Bogdan Swider
Meet at The Frick 1 East 70th Street, between 5th & Madison Avenues
10:00 a.m. Neue Galerie Visit with Gale Murray
Meet at the Gallery 1048 5th Ave. (at 86th Street) 212-268-6200
2:00 p.m. Morgan Library and Museum with Bogdan Swider and alum Alex Confer
Meet at the Morgan 225 Madison Ave. at 36th Street, 212-685-0008
2:00 p.m. Christie’s Auction House with Rebecca Tucker and Gale Murray
Meet at the Auction House 20 Rockefeller Plaza (49th St. between 5th & 6th Aves.) “Business Casual” attire required. 212-636 2000
2:00 p.m. Robert Blackburn Print Studio; Fashion Institute of Technology; Highlights of the garment district with Jean Gumpper and Jeanne Steiner
Meet at Robert Blackburn Print Studio 323 West 39th Street, between 8th & 9th Avenues 2nd Floor
2:00 p.m. Midtown Architecture Walking Tour with Sean Weiss
Meet at the NY Public Library by the lion sculptures, 5th Avenue between 42nd and 41st
2:00 p.m. Center for Alternative Photography with Kate Leonard and Heather Oelklaus
Meet at the Center 36 East 30th Street, between Madison & Park Avenues
6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Dinner with CC alumni - Attendance is required.
Trattoria Dopo Teatro
125 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
Take subway at 51st Street & Lexington Ave going downtown, No 6 train in direction of Brooklyn Bridge, exit at Grand Central. At Grand Central take 42nd St shuttle to Times Square, exit at Times Square and 42nd Street and walk to restaurant, heading north on Broadway and turning right on west 44th Street
OR – take the bus downtown on Lexington Ave to 42nd Street, catch a 42nd Street crosstown bus to the Avenue of the Americas and walk to 44 Street between Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue) and 7th Avenue (Fashion Ave).
7:30 a.m. Optional Event - Brooklyn Bridge Walk: Sunrise over lower Manhattan
Meet in The Pod lobby.
10:30 a.m. Small Group visits to Galleries. Meet faculty in The Pod lobby.
Faculty and alumni will lead students on introductory tours of key galleries. Students will have been randomly assigned to groups. Check the schedule in the booklet for your group:
Bogdan Swider and Luigi Cicala
You will have signed up for one of the following events prior to departure from Colorado. Check the schedule in this booklet for your group:
8:00 a.m. Dia: Beacon with Scott Johnson and Jessica Hunter-Larsen
Meet in the lobby of The Pod to walk to Grand Central Station and take the train up the Hudson River Valley to Beacon, New York.
Dia: Beacon Information
The DIA Foundation is located in Chelsea, and for years it has promoted experimental artists whose work could not easily be installed in conventional galleries. In addition to temporary shows, DIA also acquired a permanent collection, in some cases on a very large scale, which could not be shown in the Chelsea facility. To solve this problem, it purchased an enormous old Nabisco factory located in Beacon, a small city 60 miles north of New York City. This museum now attracts a worldwide audience and reflects a growing trend of exhibiting major collections of contemporary art outside metropolitan areas. Our visit is scheduled to begin before the museum officially opens so that we can view a site-specific work by Michael Heizer, which is roped off once the public enters.
9:00 a.m. The Cloisters Museum and Gardens with Ruth Kolarik and Tamara Bentley
Meet in the lobby of The Pod
The Cloisters Museum and Gardens, the branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe, was assembled from architectural elements, both domestic and religious, that largely date from the twelfth through the fifteenth century. The building and its cloistered gardens—located in Fort Tryon Park in northern Manhattan—are treasures in themselves, effectively part of the collection housed there. The Cloisters' collection comprises approximately two thousand works of art.
9:00 a.m. Didier William Studio visit with Andy Tirado
Meet in the lobby of the Pod to leave for the studio 334 Eastern Parkway, Apt 5A, Brooklyn, NY, Studio 925 718-755-0437
Didier William is a Haitian visual artist who was born in 1983, and holds an MFA in painting from Yale University, and a BFA in painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). William currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He was a 2009 recipient of the Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship in painting as well as the 2006 recipient of the Morris Lewis Award for painting. He has exhibited paintings in group shows at Kravets Wehby gallery in New York, Deitch Projects in Long Island City, Swann Galeries in New York City, Gallerie Schuster in Berlin, as well as traveling exhibitions in Baltimore, Kansas City, Philadelphia, and Greece. He was a 2012/13 Artist in Residence at the Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation's Space Program in Brooklyn NY. He is currently on the faculty in the Art/Art History Department at Vassar College as well as Lecturer/Critic at the Yale School of Art.
MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
9:15 a.m. SHARP Meet at the Museum of Modern Art main entrance. 11 West 53rd St., west of 5th Ave. (212) 708-9400.
Special study hours before the museum opens. Students should prepare by studying 3rd, 4th and 5th floor collections online before the trip.
YOU MUST BE ON TIME! LATECOMERS CANNOT BE ADMITTED.
Check the schedule in the booklet for your group:
- Architecture and Design, Sculpture Garden 3rd Floor with Carl Reed
- Contemporary Galleries 4th Floor with Scott Johnson and Jessica Hunter-Larsen
- Early Twentieth Century 5th Floor with Gale Murray
AFTERNOON: Free time at the MoMA.
Suggested: Check out the Magritte Show. Work on your journal.
Optional: Students who have signed up must attend.
1:15 p.m. Christo Studio visit with Andy Tirado
Meet outside MoMA front door to leave for SoHo, 48 Howard Street
SMALL GROUP VISITS
You will have signed up for these activities prior to departure for New York. Check the schedule in the booklet for your group:
8:30 a.m. ARO, Highline and Battery Park with Ruth Kolarik and Carl Reed
Meet in the lobby of the Pod to go to 170 Varick St. (212) 675-1870
9:00 a.m. Museum of Art and Design with Jeanne Steiner
Meet in the lobby of the Pod to go to 2 Columbus Circle (212) 299-7777
9:00 a.m. The Pace Gallery Prints with Jody Joyner
Meet at City Bakery, 3 West 18th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenue)
10:00 a.m. Tim Rollins Studio and Chelsea with Scott Johnson
Meet in the lobby of the Pod to go to 526 West 26th Street, Studio 604
10:00 a.m. The Jane Hammond Studio with Jean Gumpper
Meet in the lobby of the Pod to go to 75 Grand Street #4E , in SoHo
10:45 a.m. The Frick Collection: “Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Hals: Masterpieces of Dutch Painting from the Mauritshuis" with Rebecca Tucker
Meet at The Frick 1 East 70th Street, 212-288-0700.
Optional: Students who have signed up must attend.
2:00 p.m. “Naturalists’ Drawings from the Collection” American Museum of Natural History with Kate Leonard
Meet in front of the Museum 79th St and Central Park West (212) 769-5100
If you don't have an afternoon session, the rest of the day is free time. Work on your journal; explore other museums and parts of the city.
Designated time for Independent Projects. Check out of hotel by 11:30 a.m. You may check your luggage at the Pod until you are ready to leave for the airport
2:00 p.m. Leave for LaGuardia. Share cabs or sign up for the shuttle.
5:15 p.m. Depart LaGuardia on United 1083
7:41 p.m. Arrive Denver
Return to campus on CC bus: Upon arrival at DIA, go to the baggage claim, level 5 of the main terminal. Claim any baggage and assemble with your group at the curb on level 5 before calling Ground Transportation 303-342-4076 and ask that the CC bus be released from the holding area. The bus will meet the group at the curb or at the level 5 island in about 10 minutes. Be prepared to load immediately as the bus is not allowed to remain in front of the terminal for any extra length of time.
If you do not intend to take the bus from DIA back to CC, you must let Kate know beforehand.
Students who are staying through block break are responsible for their own lodging arrangements and expenses for the additional days in New York.
2:30 p.m. Arrive at LaGuardia Airport
5:05 p.m. Depart LaGuardia on United 509S
7:27 p.m. Arrive at Denver
Return to campus on CC bus. Upon arrival at DIA, go to the baggage claim, level 5 of the main terminal. Claim any baggage and assemble with your group at the curb on level 5 before calling Ground Transportation 303-342-4076 and ask that the CC bus be released from the holding area. The bus will meet the group at the curb or at the level 5 island in about 10 minutes. Be prepared to load immediately as the bus is not allowed to remain in front of the terminal for any extra length of time.
If you do not intend to take the bus from DIA back to CC, you must let Jan know beforehand.
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