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Sign up to our first ever youth choir

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Young People

Free events for ages 14 - 21

December 2015 - February 2016

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Youth Insights

Van Dyck & Portraiture

Saturday 19 December 2015
11.00 & 11.30

Free, all ages welcome

Members of the Gallery’s Youth Forum lead a short talk on Sir Anthony van Dyck and a selection of his portraits.
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Book Now for Sunday Sessions

Join us each month for an exploration of the Gallery's Collection with professional artists through a variety of art forms. 

Youth Voice

Sunday 6 December

11.00 – 16.00

Free, booking required

Join Gregory Batsleer, Artistic Director of the Gallery's Portrait Choir, to form a youth choir for the day. Learn a song, create your own lines and perform.


Please note this session starts at 11.00.

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Drawing from Life

Sunday 10 January

13.00 16.00

Free, booking required

Be inspired by the Gallery’s Collection and learn how to draw from a clothed life model with artists Caroline Dorset and Robin-Lee Hall.
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Digital Photoshoot

Sunday 7 February

13.00 – 16.00

Free, booking required

Try out both studio and outside shoots relating to this year’s Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize. Led by photographers Othello De’Souza-Hartley and Marysa Dowling.

Communication support is available on request.
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Three-day Workshop: Strike a Pose

Tuesday 16 – Thursday 18 February 2015

11.00 16.00, daily

Free, booking required


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