Adult Art Classes

Life Drawing
Monday 20 February, 18.30-20.30

Join us for a life drawing class focusing on techniques used in creating perspective. Suitable for all levels of experience. Please bring A3 paper and a 2B pencil.

To book please call 020 7704 9522 or contact education@estorickcollection.com. £10, £8 members.

People working at a table with art materials

Half-term Family Art Days

Take Flight
Wednesday 15 February, 11.00-14.00

Explore the nature of flight by making your own Zoomers, expert paper planes and WW1 Sopwith Camel bi-planes, complete with insignia.

Playful Perspectives
Thursday 16 February, 11.00-14.00

Learn about different types of visual perspective, experimenting with photography and stencil techniques to create pictures with depth.

Girl drawing a picture on colour paper

First Thursdays

Thursday 2 March, 18.30-20.30
Join artist and filmmaker George Barber for a screening and Q&A focusing on his recent films Freestone Drone, Akula Dream and DUDE DOWN, which reflect on emerging reconnaissance technologies.

Saturday Gallery Tours

Talks start at 15.00 and last for approximately 40 minutes; free with an admission ticket purchased on the day.

War in the Sunshine: An Introduction
14 January
Dr Mark Thompson
Author of The White War and Reader in Modern History, UEA

‘Soaring into the Cerulean Blue’: Sydney Carline as Fighter Pilot and War Artist
25 February
Dr Jonathan Black
Exhibition curator; Senior Research Fellow in History of Art, Kingston University

Brooks and Brunell: Two Official British Photographers on the Italian Front
11 March
Alan Wakefield
Head of First World War and Early 20th-Century Conflict, Imperial War Museum

Futurism at the Front: Marinetti and the Futurists during World War One
18 March
Dr Selena Daly
Assistant Professor in Italian Studies University College Dublin