Find Your Joy with Pablo Picasso.
Enjoy access to a live two-hour virtual tour of Pablo Picasso featuring his artworks from top museums and private collections. On this art tour you will explore his biography and seminal paintings, ceramics, friends and family, and more.
- Live two-hour virtual art tour of over 100 paintings, ceramics, prints, and more.
- with Johnanna Boyes, Art Historian
- All participants are invited to attend an optional casual post-tour discussion.
You begin your journey by exploring his early life and artwork before he became a professional Artist. You will dive into Picasso's Early Works, Blue and Rose periods, African Period, Cubism, Collages, Prints, Surrealism, and more.
You will also explore his relationships with his father, close friends, lovers, and his philosophy. You will also get an understand of his politics through his artwork.
We encourage you to attend the optional discussion at the end of the program with our expert.
What You Need to Know!
- This art tour is conducted through Zoom. You must have Zoom downloaded onto your device. You must ensure you have uninterrupted Wi-Fi on your device. You may watch your art tour on your computer, tablet, iPhone, or Television Set. Better views are with large screens.
- Once you have registered for the tour you will be sent a separate email with your Zoom link on the morning of your tour. If you do not see your Zoom link one hour before the start of the tour, please contact the organizer.
- Please log in before the start of the tour to make sure you do not have any issues. If you are having issues and need help, contact the organizer at (202) 294-4264 or diane @ streetartmuseumtours.com.
- Need to transfer your ticket? Just email us before the start of your tour with your preferred date.
- Our tours are all live and not recorded due to copyrights of some of the artwork.
About Johanna Boyes
Johanna earned her BA in Art History and Anthropology from Binghamton University and went on to obtain an MA in Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies from the University of East Anglia. Johanna’s research interests are broad, but tend to focus on 19th and 20th century art. Her work has appeared in the International Journal of Art and Art History and the Journal of Student Research. Additionally, she has given talks on Picasso at the Sainsbury Centre of Visual Arts, collaborated on an exhibition at the Binghamton University Art Museum, and created digital content for Hungate Medieval Art.