Join us for a workshop with artist Rea Stravropoulos and learn about the parallel narratives of Pasquarosa and Giorgio Morandi.

During the evening you will analyse their compositions while considering the simplicity and the meanings behind the objects created by Pasquarosa and Morandi.

You'll have the chance to draw from life, taking inspiration from a still life set up as well as working on quick sketches from the artworks of Pasquarosa on display.

We welcome participants from any background or walk of life. Our classes are open to all: from absolute beginners to those who want to refresh their skills as part of a friendly community of art lovers.

Your Tutor
Rea Stavropoulos, Artist and Educator
Rea is an “Athenian Florentine Londoner” writer, educator, curator and advocate for women artists. She has run still life watercolour classes in person and online and collaborated with many organisations. Both her paintings and those of her students were included in the online exhibitions “Art in Adversity” and the “Garzoni Challenge” during the pandemic. She works in both London and Brighton, where her studio is based. In 2023 she was invited by the city of Florence’s Murate Arts District (MAD) to present a retrospective of her work in conversation with art historian Giovanna Giusti.

Access requirements
The workshop will take place on the ground floor of the building, and it is fully accessible.

The event will start at 18.30 with doors opening at 18.15.

Standard Admission £14 / Estorick Collection Members and Full-time Students £11

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18 January 2024 - 25 April 2024

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The workshop will take place on the ground floor of the building and it is fully accessible.

To find out more about our accessibility statement pleased visit our Visitor information page and our Museum accessibility guide.

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