Art Week in Miami

Art Week Miami 2023–Hot, Hip, and Beachy

An Exclusive Art, Architecture, and Cultural Travel Experience

Sunday, December 3 - Friday, December 8


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The San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA San Jose) and the Palo Alto Art Center Foundation (PAACF) are teaming up to offer their members an unforgettable six days in Miami, soaking in.

Trip Itinerary includes:

  • 6 days 5 nights (Sunday, December 3 - Friday, December 8)
  • 5 group meals at top restaurants
  • Luxury coach bus
  • Private collections viewing
  • Early access to Art Basel, Untitled, and NADA

Flight Recommendations:

We are recommending an afternoon arrival into Miami on Sunday, December 3 and an afternoon departure from Miami on Friday, December 8. Staff is on AA 369 out of SFO, and AA2035 coming home

Registration and Payment: 

  • $750 non-refundable deposit per person due by August 31, 2023 to reserve space.
  • $2,700 balance (per person double occupancy) or $3,834 balance (per person single occupancy). Must be paid in full by Nov 1, 2023 
  • If the total trip fee has been paid, partial refunds may be considered up to 30 days before departure. 
  • Cancellations received less than 30 days before departure are not refundable.
  • $500 of each travelers contribution is tax deductible
  • Any Questions? Email

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An Important Note on Travel to Florida

Plans for the trip have been underway for some time, and we are aware of recent travel advisories from both the NAACP and LGBTQ advocacy groups. With that in mind, we have been in touch with colleagues in the region to assess the impact of our trip, to which we have heard: “Solidarity and how those of us outside of Florida can support our fellow humans in the state.” This has redoubled our interest in supporting the art scene of Miami. The trip will include opportunities to hear and raise up the diverse voices of BIPOC and LGBTQ+ artists in that spirit