Travel for the Arts


Maya Rodgers: Arts Traveler

"Reverse culture shock can be all too real.

Landing at the Philadelphia Airport on a gloomy, rainy day, much like the weather I had left behind in London, had me feeling all different emotions about returning home to Pennsylvania. It may have been from the 16+ hours I had been traveling (starting at London Heathrow, transferring in Ireland, and finally returning to Philadelphia), but I started to feel butterflies in my stomach as we landed on the wet runway."


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The Arts Traveler visits Muhlenberg College

Recently, the Arts Traveler visited Muhlenberg College to see "Anything Goes" and used the ARTix: Passport to the Arts for buy one, get one tickets!

Interested in seeing "Anything Goes"? Click here. There are five performances remaining, with the last on July 28th.


Cultural Tourists Spend More

Local communities benefit economically from cultural tourism. This type of arts travelling draws people to particular destinations to experience cultural attractions, including historical sites and artistic events.

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(Source: Arts and Economic Prosperity® 5 Study, 2017)

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