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Schools' Programme

Secondary Update

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Secondary Teachers' CPD Workshop 

The Language of Portraits

Secondary Drawing Workshop

Saturday 5 March 2016

11.00 – 16.00

£75 per person (including booking fees and all materials. Lunch not provided)

 

This one day workshop, lead by Jake Spicer, artist and author of, Draw Faces in 15 Minutes has been designed to support secondary teachers in ways of approaching portrait drawing within the classroom or during a Gallery visit.

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Student Photography Study Day  

Vogue Photography Study Day

Tuesday 15 March

11.00 - 15.00

£12 per student (including booking fees and all materials. Lunch not provided)

     

Suitable for secondary art and photography students KS4+


This Study Day offers students the opportunity to explore aspects of our photography Collection, as well as exploring images from Vogue 100: A Century of Style.


A full day of exciting and challenging activities. Working with guest professional photographers, students discuss, research and engage with a wide range of photography approaches.

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Art & Photography Talks and Tours

Gallery Discovery Tour

Free


Suitable for KS3 +

1 hour, maximum 25 students


A lively gallery tour, engaging students directly with works from our Collection. Students engage in lively dialogue encouraging curiosity and creative thinking, developing a deeper understanding of portraiture.


Illustrated Talks

Free


Suitable for KS3 +

1 hour, maximum 25 students


These lecture based discussions are held in our Ondaatje Wing Theatre and enable larger classes or groups of classes the chance to explore aspects of our Collection before visiting the Gallery. 

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