Teachers Events

Peter Doig, Connecting with Landscape: Teachers Event

Tuesday 7 March 2023 17:30 – 19:45
The Courtauld Gallery | Free

Join the Learning team for an exciting opportunity to visit The Morgan Stanley Exhibition: Peter Doig and hear curator Barnaby Wright talk about this major exhibition of new and recent works including paintings created since the artist’s move from Trinidad to London in 2021.

In the Leon Kossoff Learning Centre educator and painter Nadine Mahoney will introduce creative activities taken from our new In Focus learning resource Connecting with Landscape, responding to themes in the exhibition and other landscapes in the collection.

Drinks and snacks will be provided and there will be the opportunity to talk to members of the team and find out more about our range of programmes and how to book workshops and tours.

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i Peter Doig, Alpinist, 2022, Pigment on linen, 295cm x 195cm © Peter Doig, All Rights Reserved, DACS 2023

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