Join us for an informal and illuminating art appreciation talk as we spotlight the Surrealist movement’s influential yet often overlooked female artists. Delve into the enigmatic worlds of Eileen Agar, Leonora Carrington, and Dorothea Tanning as we unveil their remarkable contributions to Surrealism. Prepare to be inspired by these extraordinary women’s resilience, imagination, and visionary artistry.
These talks will last approximately an hour with time for questions along the way.
Alastair Eales is a passionate art historian and PhD researcher. With his wealth of knowledge and infectious enthusiasm, Alastair will guide you through a delightful journey into the world of art at this series of art appreciation talks sharing insights and thought-provoking narratives along the way. Other talks in this series are:
- Sat 30 September – Picasso’s Influence; exploring the intersection of art and culture
- Sat 25 November – Impressionism; A Gentle Revolution
Prepare to embark on a memorable adventure as we delve into the depths of art history together.
Tickets are £5, £7 or £10 per person. Our prices are based on helping as many people to access our talks as possible. The more you choose to pay, the more people will be able to come and enjoy the same excellent programme of informative and entertaining talks. We thank you for any additional support you are able to offer us.
CANCELLATIONS In the unlikely event that we cancel a session, we will offer a full refund. Unfortunately tickets are otherwise non-refundable. Please contact us if you wish to transfer your ticket to a friend if you cannot attend for any reason.