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Free events for 14 to 21 year olds: spoken word, sculpture and more

View this email online   |   Forward to a friend AUGUST 2015
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Young People

Free events for ages 14 – 21

September – November 2015

National Portrait Gallery
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Book Now for Sunday Sessions
Join us on the first Sunday of every month for the opportunity to explore the Gallery's Collection with professional artists through a variety of art forms.
Hybrid Portraits
Sunday 6 September
13.00
– 16.00
Free, booking required
Visit the Creative Connections display and work with photographers Kate s and Marysa Dowling to create an object-based photographic self-portrait.

Communication support is available on request.
Find out more .
Book here .
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Celebrity Artist
Sunday 4 October
13.00
– 16.00
Free, booking required
Be inspired by Sir Anthony van Dyck's 17th-century social status and try out his painting techniques. Led by artists Marc Woodhead and Isobel Peachey. 
Find out more .
Book here .
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Abandoning the Real
Sunday 1 November
13.00
– 16.00
Free, booking required
Explore 2D and 3D representation making sculptures in response to Giacometti: Pure Presence. Led by artists Jasleen Kaur and Robin-Lee Hall.
Find out more .
Book here .
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Three-day Spoken Word Workshop: Self, Power & Fame

Wednesday 28 – Friday 30 October 2015

11.00 – 16.00, daily

Free, booking required

Inspired by key themes in Simon Schama's Face of Britain, poet Anthony Anaxagorou and artist Peta Taylor will lead a spoken word workshop.
Find out more .
Book here .

Workshop Showcase

Friday 30 October 2015

17.00 – 17.30

Free, all ages welcome


Join us for a special showcase resulting from the Self, Power & Fame Three-day Workshop. All ages welcome.


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