Sarah Ciacci has an MA in History of Art (Modernism and Subjectivities) from University College London. She has been a Blue Badge Guide for London since 2008, specialising in art, museums and galleries. She is the Blue Badge National Gallery tutor for trainee guides (since 2008) and gives demonstration tours at various London Galleries. She is an accredited lecturer of the prestigious Arts Society and a tutor for the WEA. She is Adjunct Faculty at Richmond University (since 2008) teaching the History of British Art, the History of Museums in London and the History of London. She is also a gallery educator and runs regular courses and independent lectures on a variety of art historical periods.
Contact Sarah directly – Sarah@arthistory4u.com
Michael Robinson has an MA by Research (English Art Dealers) in The History of Art and Design. He has taught the subject at Kingston University and has been a visiting lecturer at Oxford Brookes, Birkbeck College and the Victoria and Albert Museum. He has written extensively on the subject since 2004, his most recent title being Rubens for Prestel. He is currently undertaking extensive research for a new book, entitled In the Footsteps of the Impressionists, a definitive guide to their paintings. Michael qualified as a London Blue Badge tourist guide in 2010 and continues his passion for the visual arts in museums and galleries with small groups and walking tours.
Contact Michael directly – Michael@arthistory4u.com
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