Change the way you look at modern art forever, during a fun and social soirée!
Talking the Arts is the new rendez-vous for art-lovers in Sydney. Spanning 100 years of art history, this series of talks celebrates the European avant-garde of the 19th and early 20th century, when radical painters, musicians, designers and dancers came to Paris, the centre of the art world.
Led by arts expert Corinne Estrada, CEO at Communicating the Arts, hear stories behind the iconic masterpieces and the secret lives
of artists, whilst enjoying a delicious French dinner at Four Frogs Crêperie - meeting other art lovers and playing a Trivia quiz.
The Wedding Feast at Cana: Masterpiece of the Louvre
Monday 1 March
Discover the epic story of this colossal painting and its incredible journey to Paris.
Van Gogh: Damned or genius? The mystic journey of an artist
Tuesday 16 March
London to Paris, from Arles to Auvers-sur-Oise, we will trace the artist’s journey.
Picasso: Who is behind Guernica?
Monday 29 March
Guernica is the most famous painting in the world after the Da Vinci’s Monalisa. Why this huge black and white painting is so iconic?
Paris, Capital of the Art World
Tuesday 13 April
Join this dazzling talk about Paris that will change the way you look at this Capital of the Art World.
Leonardo da Vinci: The universal artist
Explore why da Vinci became a legend and how he keeps inspiring us.
Corinne Estrada is an art lover. She was born in Montmartre in the heart of the Bohemian artistic district. Her mother was a painter and her grandmother a fashion designer which left a deep mark on her career. Corinne has worked with Tate Modern where she learnt to look at art differently.
Over the past 20 years, she collaborated with world famous contemporary artists and built an international network of cultural leaders. She
has managed international communications campaigns for international museums and galleries. She has toured the world to reveal art
practices to large audiences. In 2014, she organised the 14th edition of Communicating the Arts conference in Sydney. In 2018, she
moved to Sydney permanently and launched Talking the Arts at the National Art School to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Leonardo
da Vinci. She believes that artists can change the world.