Join guides Micah Christensen, Paul Monson, and Brett Levitre on a tour of the art and architectural history of Paris, France.  The ICAA Utah is partnering with Anthony’s Fine Art and the Beaux-Arts Academy to lead a small group (around 20) on a 7-day/night tour through the museums and sites of Paris.

Cost (airfare and meals purchased separately):
$3,200 Single Occupancy Room
$2,250 Double Occupancy Room

4 Scholarships Available!
Scholarships of $1,000 each are available for young artists and design professionals (architecture and the allied arts).  Full-time students are encouraged to apply but all applicants must be 18 or older.
All applications for the tour will be considered for a scholarship.  No separate application is needed.  Scholarships will be awarded based on “Statement of Artistic Purpose” (see below).  Each scholarship recipient will be required to present an artistic work (drawing, painting, sculpture, etc.) to the ICAA Utah Board of Directors following the trip.

Application Deadline: March 21
To apply for the ICAA Utah 2018 Paris Art History and Architecture Tour, send an email to with the following information:
– Name
– Contact information – Phone, Email, Home Address
– Current occupation or school
– Statement of Artistic Purpose (300 words or less): How will a trip to Paris help you in pursuit of your artistic and professional goals?  Include the description of an artistic/architectural work that you will be working on in Paris or using Paris as a touchstone in order to complete.

March 21 – All Applications Due
March 28 – Acceptance and scholarship announcements
April 1 – Deadline for final commitment and full payment

Paris Tour Guides:
Micah Christensen – PhD, History of Art, University of London
Having led several tours through Europe, Micah is a recognized expert on Renaissance to to early-20th-century art. He has lectured throughout the US and Europe, including at the British Library and for Cambridge University.

Paul Monson – Masters of Architecture, University of Notre Dame
Paul is President of the Institute of Classical Art & Architecture Utah Chapter, where he advocates for traditional methods and techniques in the fine arts. He is also an architect for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and an unashamed Francophile.

Brett Levitre – Partner, Anthony’s Fine Art
Fluent in several languages, including French, for more than 20 years Brett has regularly traveled to Europe to buy and import fine art and antiques from an extensive personal network of dealers, auction houses, and collectors.