Our History

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Since its inception in 1985, Art Horizons International has become a leader in the field of custom-designed cultural and educational art and architecture tours. Our expertly curated itineraries, combined with our prestigious lecturers, afford clients a unique opportunity to appreciate superlative art sites and treasures. Venturing behind-the-scenes as well as gaining access to private collections and studios enhances the travel experience with Art Horizons. Our tours give guests the irreplaceable feeling of having seen and learned something special, while also creating a strong desire to experience more.

Whether it be unique access in a museum or gallery, an in-depth discussion at a world famous building, a cocktail party in the duplex apartment of a renowned art collector, or a visit to a prominent artist's studio, Art Horizons offers its clients experiences that are generally inaccessible to the general public and exceedingly memorable in impact.


Our Team

To bring you the very best in art, architecture and culture, we have built a team of art professionals who research and curate content and who educate and teach. These scholars, writers, professors, critics, and program specialists are your study tour leaders.

Additionally, we have a team of tour managers trained in the finer points of cultural tourism and exclusive itinerary development. Together, we provide the very best in education and service.

Lisa Hahn


Kathryn Covello

Program Director

Rachel Griffin

Program Specialist

Our Clients

Our clients include such major museums and art institutions as:

  • Art Institute of Chicago
  • Cantor Arts Center of Stanford University
  • Contemporary Jewish Museum
  • Cincinnati Art Museum
  • Fellows of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
  • Gage Academy of Art
  • Greenville County Museum of Art
  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art
  • Mint Museum
  • Mount Holyoke College Art Museum
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
  • Museum of Modern Art, New York
  • Oakland Museum of California
  • Orange County Museum of Art
  • Orlando Museum of Art
  • Philadelphia Art Museum
  • Santa Barbara Museum of Art
  • Smithsonian Institution
  • Speed Art Museum
  • Taubman Museum of Art
  • Tucson Museum of Art
  • Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
  • Whitney Museum of American Art