GCSE and A-Level pupils
2 hour workshop for a maximum of 32 pupils.
Inspired by our Exhibition, Silver: Light and Shade, pupils will use silver leaf to create antique mirrored panels, using the traditional French Technique of Verre églomisé.
Exhibition 22 October 2016 – 22 January 2017
Workshop for GCSE and A-Level Pupils
2hours Max 32 pupils
£130 + VAT
Inspired by drawing and research activities in our exhibition, Silver: Light and Shade, pupils willlearn the traditional French technique of Verre églomisé: using silver leaf to create antique mirrored panels incorporating designs and surface patterns.
Our stunning collection is a great way to expose students to a broad range of media: paintings, portrait miniatures, sculpture, ceramics, silver and textiles. We’re renowned for our eighteenth century paintings by such famous artists as Gainsborough, Ramsay, Stubbs, Raeburn and Zoffany. Students can broaden their knowledge and find endless inspiration for their own portfolios.
We also have a programme of high profile temporary exhibitions, often drawing on national and international collections, plus interventions by contemporary artists and can offer workshops linked to these. Please see Secondary School & Further Education News for details of these and other programmes that we can offer your students. Please call to discuss how we might tailor a workshop to meet your requirements. We can also arrange life drawing sessions at the Museum for your students.
Our workshops can also be adapted for small groups of pupils with special educational needs, giving added emphasis to sensory experience.
Self-led visits are also available, booking is still essential. Please call 01225 388568 to book.
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