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Art & Creative Practice

Workshops are available for pupils at KS 1, 2 & 3 and workshops and tours are also available for students at KS 4 & 5.

 

Key Stages 1,2 & 3

These sessions encourage pupils to appreciate art by looking at original objects and by creating their own art pieces in response. Pupils will learn about famous artists through history and will learn new skills and techniques.

Workshops can be tailored to temporary exhibitions, showcases, new loans and displays, ensuring your students engage with the best national and international art.

All our sessions support the Arts Award framework.  We also deliver Arts Award Discover in a day at just £7 per pupil - simply choose any of our KS1 & 2 workshops.

 

The following sessions are available:

Exploring Paintings through Sketching

Sculpture

Patterns & Prints

Stories in Art (For Key Stages 1 & 2 only)

Between 21 September 2018 and 20 January 2019, Paul Cezanne's masterpiece Monte St Victoire with Pine Tree is on dispay at the Herbert. During this time, the [ainting will be included in both the Exploring Paintings through Sketching and Stories in Art workshops.

 


 

Key Stages 3, 4 & 5

These sessions take a more in-depth look at the purpose and meaning of art and encourage students to engage in discussions as they look at specific works of art from the collection.
 

The following sessions are available:

Gallery Highlights

Gallery Taster Tours

Journeys with 'The Waste Land' Learning Pack (Free resource pack to accompany visits to the Journeys with the Wasteland exhibition created by the Mead Gallery)

Between 21 September 2018 and 20 January 2019, Paul Cezanne's masterpiece Monte St Victoire with Pine Tree is on dispay at the Herbert. During this time, the [ainting will be included in both the Gallery Highlights and Gallery Taster Tours.

Contact us

Email info@culturecoventry.comor call us on 024 7623 7521.

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