Art Webinars

Culture Tourist art webinars

Welcome to the Culture Tourist Art Webinars page!

Would you like to learn more about art history? Are you wondering why there are no religious themes in Dutch masters’ paintings? Or why is Van Gogh one of the most famous artists ever?

Join some of Culture Tourist’s Art Webinars!

What are Culture Tourist Art Webinars?

Culture Tourist Art Webinars are around one-hour-long live online art lectures provided by an expert art historian (MA). You will learn about some famous artists, art movements and artworks during them. Although we will cover many topics, it will all be done in a relaxing and enjoyable way.

These art webinars are for you if:

  • You’ve missed a few classes of Art History in your high school and would love to fill the gaps now
  • You know nothing about Van Gogh or Rembrandt and would love to learn from scratch
  • You know some basics about these artists but would love to learn more about them
  • You are planning a trip to the Van Gogh Museum or Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and would like to know something about these masters before your visit

In short, these art webinars are designed to cover the basics and give you a good overview of these artists’ work. They are filled with extensive visual material and numerous exciting anecdotes and stories from these artists’ lives and careers.

You can think of them as online museum tours led by a former Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum docent and tour guide.

Who is your lecturer?

Your lecturer is Tea Gudek Snajdar, an art historian (MA), museum educator, writer, blogger and occasional curator. And, most importantly, a former museum guide at the Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. During the four years she organised private tours there, Tea explored their famous paintings in detail. She also researched locations linked to the life and work of Vincent van Gogh during the two-week-long trip from Amsterdam to the south of France. In a moment, she’s writing a book on that topic.

Tea writes texts about cultural tourism, travel, museums and art. And also works on diverse cultural tourism, art promotion and museum education projects within her company Culture Tourist.

Culture Tourist Art Webinars:

Here are the Culture Tourist Art Webinars we are currently offering. This list is constantly expanding and we’ll be offering some new art webinars in the following months.

Meet Vincent van Gogh Art Webinar

Webinar duration: 60 minutes + 20 minutes Q&A

Webinar price: 25 euros per person (private art webinar – 150 euros per group of up to four participants)

Description: Vincent van Gogh is one of the most famous artists of all time. Everybody knows his famous paintings like The Starry Night or The Sunflowers.

However, few know he was also one of the first modern travellers who lived and worked in four countries. He also had different professions before becoming a painter at 27. Van Gogh painted for only ten years. However, he created more than 1,800 paintings and drawings during that time.

During this art webinar, you’ll learn about his life and places in Europe where he lived and worked. We’ll also talk and see many of his paintings and drawings and learn about his life through them. During his career as an artist, Van Gogh wrote numerous letters to his brother Theo, often mentioning his paintings too. So, we’ll also learn about them through his own words.

Next Meet Vincent van Gogh Art Webinar: Thursday, 19 October 2023 at 7 pm (CET), 1 pm (EDT), 10 am (PDT)


Dutch Masters Art Webinar

Webinar duration: 60 minutes + 20 minutes Q&A

Webinar price: 25 euros per person (private art webinar – 150 eur per group of up to four participants)

Description: Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in Amsterdam and home to some of the most famous Dutch paintings, such as Rembrandt’s The Night Watch or Vermeer’s Milkmaid.

During this art webinar, we’ll discuss Dutch history and culture while exploring some famous Dutch Golden Age paintings. From the liberal approach to relationships, and food that’s still popular in Amsterdam today to the Dutch business hierarchy, you’ll see them all in those 17th-century artworks.

Next Dutch Masters Art Webinar: To be launched in November 2023

Coming soon…