Online | Paula Rego: The Stories of Stories Exhibition Tour

Teachers

The participants visit the “Paula Rego: The Story of Stories” Exhibition with a 3D online guided tour to learn about the artworks in the exhibition. They embark on a journey through the unique stories Paula Rego tells through her interpretation of the physical world around her in critical, frightening, grotesque and vivid ways. Also, participants discover new ways to give their students efficient tours of the exhibition and activities for different age groups.

Duration: 40 minutes
Related Exhibition: Paula Rego: The Story of Stories

The event that will take place via the Zoom Meeting application is free.
At the end of the event, a certificate of participation will be sent to the participants via e-mail.
Groups of at least 10 and maximum 80 people and reservations are required.

For more information and reservation: ogrenme@peramuzesi.org.tr

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