Gold Annual Membership Program
If you ever wanted to learn how to analyse works of art and then be able to share your knowledge with like-minded individuals this is the program for you! The Gold Membership is perfect for dedicated art lovers, who want to learn the history of art and visit exclusive art events but still have the longing to dip their toe into the art market.
What to expect from your gold membership:
- 12 Lectures in London's top museums tracing the history of art from Renaissance to Modernity, done by professionals art historians from universities and institutions such as Christies Education, Sotheby's Institute of Art, Courtauld and/or King's College, London.
- You can invite one guest to all the above art lectures.
- Tickets to three must-see temporary exhibitions of the season, including tours done by the exhibition curator (for example, PICASSO 1932 at Tate Modern).
- 3 art tours at London major art fairs - Masterpiece, Frieze and London Art Fair
Our art tours go around Londons museums in small groups, once or twice a month allowing for a more intimate and dedicated history of art learning. The tutor is there to answer any of your questions and are highly knowledge! You may choose to visit daytime (weekday or weekend) art tours or evening tours (if a museum is open in the evening).
You will also receive a daily updated calendar of exclusive art events in the heart of London.
This calendar will give you more than 60 invitations toexclusive art events during the year in London, including: private art previews in major classical, modern and contemporary art galleries, art talks with curators and artists, auction house visits, artists' studios and more. The calendar is open only for members, plus one guest option is available for most of the events.
Free access to art fairs, including Frieze Masters, Masterpiece and London Art Fair.
Call us for more details and ask us questions: +447500437326 or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Example of the scheduled art tours (we slightly alter our art program every year)
December - The Triumph of the Renaissance
February - The Allegory of Love
June - Art is All in Details
November - Shaping Modernity