Schools, COLLEGES AND Universities
We are operating a timed ticket system for the temporary exhibition Egon Schiele: The Radical Nude (23 October 2014 - 18 January 2015). This system does not affect groups wishing to visit our permanent collection. BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL FOR BOTH.
We are now fully booked for all education groups until Monday 1 December owing to the popularity of our new exhibition Egon Schiele: The Radical Nude. We also have limited capacity during December so please provide a first and second choice date when enquiring.
Please Note: full-time students who are over-18 and in Higher Education can book online and visit The Courtauld Gallery as individuals here.
Please be aware that this exhibition includes some drawings of an explicit nature which teachers and group leaders may deem unsuitable for some audience groups. It is the responsibility of teachers and tutors to decide whether content is appropriate for their group. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries pertaining to the content.
With a remarkable art collection which stretches from the early Renaissance to the 20th Century and an acclaimed programme of temporary exhibitions, The Courtauld Gallery is a stimulating and enriching learning environment.
Our innovative, wide-ranging programme of art history, cross-curricula and art practice activities for Schools and Colleges is underpinned by the principle: "All art was contemporary once."
Complementing and extending Art and Design and Humanities curricula, the gallery learning programme develops students’ visual analytical skills and critical and contextual understanding increasing their confidence and enjoyment of looking and talking about art. Workshops, talks and projects are available on a broad range of topics and content can be tailored to fit with your current study theme.
Click, Connect, Construct: 16-19 Visual Essay Competition
Launching this September! A competition for school and FE college students aged 16 to 19 years to click, connect, and construct a Pinterest board. Check out The Courtauld Education’s Pinterest and our Click, Connect, Construct page for more information.