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Young People’s Workshops

INSIGHTS INTO ART HISTORY is a series of one-day workshops especially designed for 16-19 year olds to explore and investigate The Courtauld Gallery collection. Each day has an exciting focus and a new subject to discover!

To book please email helen.higgins@courtauld.ac.uk.

This programme is funded by a Charitable Trust and is open to young people who attend non-selective state schools and colleges, whose parents or carers have not previously gone to university, and/or who currently receive Income Support or Tax Credits.


 

ARTISTS: CONNECTING THE CITY

Saturday 11 March 2017, 10:45 – 15:30

Suitable for students in Year 10 and upwards

Frank Helmuth Auerbach (1931), Rebuilding the Empire Cinema, Leicester Square, 1962, Copyright: © The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London.

What connects us to the cities that we live and work in?

TEDxCourtauldInstitute are taking over to explore the many ways in which artists have connected to cities, as part of this year’s theme ‘Connections.’

Explore the ties that bind artists to the city through six hundred years of art in The Courtauld Gallery Collection. Uncover the ways in which artists have documented the ever-changing nature of the city in a tour of The Courtauld’s Conway Photographic Library, which contains over 1 million images dating from the inception of photography to the present day.  You will then create your own personal responses!

 

To book, please email: helen.higgins@courtauld.ac.uk  – places still available!

 

 

 

Art History Summer University 2017

If you are in year 12 and interested in art history, please see our four-day course Art History Summer University that runs this July.

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