Celebrate Pangaea: The Ministry of Nomads and the Saatchi Gallery present an exceptional evening of music and performance inspired by the Pangaea exhibition. Nigerian born composer and performance artist Helen Parker-Jayne, of the collective The Venus Bushfires, will play a captivating live set accompanied by contemporary African dance on Thursday 24th April. Click here for more details
STORYSTOCK is landing at the Saatchi Gallery during the Easter Holidays. To celebrate the new exhibition Pangaea: New Art From Africa and Latin America, STORYSTOCK will be bring its own special brand of quirky workshops, storytelling, pop-up events and the 'Anti-Guide'- an audio guide like never before! Click here for more information.
Ben Street, lecturer at the National Gallery and Tate and writer, continues to run his courses in contemporary art. The 'Beginner's Guide to Contemporary Art' is currently running until 29th April. A compact version of the course, The Art World Unpacked, will run from 28 July- 1 August 2014 . Click here for more information.
Paul Robinson, Resident Artist for Winsor and Newton, has worked with Colourmen for over 13 years. He will be delivering a series of workshops alongside several professional artists that will provide invaluable technical information and help demystify how materials are used whether you're interested in being a portrait painter or fashion illustrator. Click here for more details.
The Saatchi Gallery offers private tours of our curated exhibitions with a Saatchi Gallery guide and accompanying deals for enjoying our critically acclaimed restaurant. Click here for more details.