Our Art History for All workshops can include critical looking, art historical methodologies, contextual research and presentation skills, careers, and a mini curating project based on a gallery experience near you.
Currently delivered online, this is a flexible programme ranging from short one-off workshops to longer projects across an academic year.
This programme is:
- Suitable for Key Stages 4 & 5, EPQ, Access to HE (minimum 10 students per session)
- Free of charge for non-selective state schools, sixth form and further education colleges
- Cross-curricular: open to students studying Art & Design, Classics, English Literature, Health and Health Sciences, History, Languages, Photography, and Politics
- Rich in transferable skills including visual literacy, research, communication and presentation
Examples of themes drawn from The Courtauld Gallery’s collection include, but are not limited to:
- Portraiture and Identity
- Art and Politics
- Experiencing Landscape
- The Body in Art
- Challenging Narratives
- Research and Study Skills
For more information and to discuss how we can tailor themes to support your curriculum, please contact Helen Higgins, Oak Foundation Young People’s Programme Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org