Face-to-Face | Draw Like Rego!

School Groups
Primary School

Students examine the works of artist Paula Rego, who says that she enjoys the transformation of what she started to draw into something completely different while making a painting, and who tells stories from her own life as well as from fairy tales and children's songs through her art. In the workshop, they learn to draw like her by using pastel and acrylic paints inspired by the paintings of the artist, who has produced works in many different styles.

Weekday Face-to-Face Learning Program
Thursday

10.30-12.00
13.30-15.00

Related ExhibitionPaula Rego: The Story of Stories 

Guided tour and workshop participation fee per person for private schools: 75 TL

Guided tours and workshops are free of charge for public schools.  

Reservation is required for groups, which should include no less than 10 and no more than 30 participants.

Click here to fill out the reservation form.

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