|Insights into Art History | FREE Workshop in February Half TermTwo more places added – Sign up nowAre you aged 16-18 and interested in art and art history?We have two more places available for our free one-day workshop next Wednesday 19 February, part of of a series that explores a wide variety of themes responding to The Courtauld Gallery Collection. |
Work with Courtauld curators, art historians and contemporary artists, learn about career paths in the sector, and meet other young people interested in art and art history.
|Drawing on Art HistoryWednesday 19 February 2020, 12.00-16.30The Courtauld Institute of Art, Vernon SquareSuitable for ages 16-18 | Free, booking required|
The Courtauld holds one of the most impressive collections of prints and drawings in the UK, and we want to share this with you!
This one-day workshop will introduce you to a wide range of approaches to printmaking and drawing and a unique chance to view the original works up close in our Object Study Room. Artists include J.M.W Turner, William Hogarth, Paul Gauguin, and Edouard Manet.
As well as carrying out research into works first-hand, you will also have an opportunity to create your own artistic responses in a range of media through a series of artist-led workshops.
If you are offered a place on this workshop, please note that it will take place at The Courtauld Institute of Art at Vernon Square (WC1X 9EW). Directions and further details will be sent to you!