We offer workshops for a range of learners including Key Stages 1-5, University, Adult and Community groups. Workshops are delivered by Estorick staff and freelance arts educators and can be based upon our permanent collections or temporary exhibitions. Sessions focus on selected works from our Collection, before allowing participants to explore ideas and themes further through practical activities. They vary between one to two hours in length and cost £80 for a maximum of 30 students.

Please see our Teachers’ Packs for a selection of workshops on the Permanent Collection.

To discuss or book workshops and for information on our education programme, please contact our Education Assistant on 020 7704 9522 or .

Participants in a Family Art Day ‘Optical Illusions and Geometric Patterns’, August, 2012

Education evenings

Join us to view the temporary exhibition, pick up educational resources and find out what the Estorick Collection can offer. Refreshments provided.

Thursday 15 January 2015
17.00 — 19.00
Renato Guttuso: Painter of Modern Life
Education Evening

These are free events but please book in advance if you would like to attend: or 020 7704 9522.

Bruno Munari-inspired activities as part of The Big Draw, October, 2012

Teachers’ packs

Teachers' resource packs relating to the permanent collection are available to download here. They are closely linked to the National Curriculum, include background material on the artists and movements in the collection, and contain suggestions for practical activities.

‘Paper Sculptures’: Art workshop for adults, led by artist Eve Rieveley, October, 2012
Eric Piancastelli-Clark, Epsom College, 2012