Travel to Indiana and explore the iconic art and architecture of America’s heartland accompanied by art historian Amanda Douberley. 

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 Eiteljorg Museum. Credit: Jessica Strickland  AT&T Switching Station. Credit: Columbus Area Visitors Center  Completed in 1965, the First Baptist Church was designed by Harry Weese. Credit: Columbus Area Visitors Center  Irwin Office Building. Credit: Columbus Area Visitors Center  Kitchen in the Miller House and Garden. Credit: Indianapolis Museum of Art  Miller House and Garden. Credit: Indianapolis Museum of Art  North Christian Church in Columbus, Indiana. Credit: Rhonda Bolner  Robert N. Stewart Bridge in Columbus, Indiana. Credit: Gregory Boege

Iconic Art and Architecture of America’s Heartland

4 days from $2,550

Travel to Indiana and explore the iconic art and architecture of America’s heartland accompanied by art historian Amanda Douberley. 

or Call 855-330-1542

May 16 - 19, 2017 Departure
Amanda Douberley

Amanda Douberley

Amanda A. Douberley is a Lecturer in Art History, Theory, and Criticism at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where her teaching focus is on modern and contemporary art and architecture. She holds a Ph.D. in Art History from the University of Texas at Austin, and a B.A. in Art History, as well as English Language and Literature, from the University of Virginia. She has received numerous fellowships and grants, including a pre-doctoral fellowship at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Amanda’s research explores the intersection of mid-twentieth-century American sculpture, architecture, design, and urban planning. Her writings and reviews have appeared in Art Journal, Art Papers, and Nierika: Revista de Estudios de Arte, and she has contributed to Chris Taylor and Bill Gilbert’s Land Arts of the American West (2009), Harriet F. Senie and Cher Krause Knight’s A Companion to Public Art (2016), and Charles A. Birnbaum’s Pioneers of American Landscape Design (forthcoming).