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Come Learn With Us - Online!

The Go Learn At-Home Speaker Series brings you informal and informative webinars with our trip leaders, past, present, and future! Register now to secure your space!

During this mostly-online climate we currently find ourselves in, travel vicariously with us through the stories and places that make a Go Learn trip unique. Our tour leaders will immerse you in the experiences of places we'll soon visit!

Replay our webinars from the first season HERE.
Find the second season HERE.
Enjoy the third season HERE.

Upcoming Speaker Series Webinars

  • Cirque Mechanics with Brooke Horejsi and the Birdhouse Factory
    Tues, September 28, 12:00 PM - Did you miss the webinar? Watch it Here!

  • Alexis Christensen - A Roman Villa in the Abruzzo: An Archaeological Case Study
    Tues, October 5, 12:00 PM - Did you miss the webinar? Watch it Here!

  • UtahPresents and On Ensemble - Join us for a discussion between Brooke Horesji and Shoji Kameda of On Ensemble
    Tues, October 26, 12:00 PM - Register Here

    Shoji is a Grammy-nominated musician, composer and producer, and founding member of On Ensemble. He started playing taiko at the age of 8 and has played continuously since. He was selected through a highly competitive process as an Asian Pacific Performance Exchange fellow, collaborating with master artists from the Philippines, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and the USA. As the group’s primary creative force he has produced On Ensemble’s critically acclaimed CDs Dust and Sand, Ume in the Middle, and Bizarre Heroes. He also composed an original score for Abduction: The Megumi Yokota Story, Audience Award winner for Best Documentary at the Slamdance Film Festival. He was featured in the music of the hit NBC TV show “Heroes” performed with Stevie Wonder at the 2008 Democratic National Convention and received a Grammy nomination with jazz fusion band Hiroshima for his work on their album Legacy.

All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.

—Martin Buber