Workshops

Secondary Workshops (KS 2-5)

A self-portrait of Van Gogh wearing a green coat, a blue hat with a black trim, and a bandaged left ear. A Japanese print and an easel can be seen behind him.
Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890) , Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear (1889), The Courtauld, London (Samuel Courtauld Trust) © The Courtauld

Our workshops bring art history and The Courtauld Collection to life through lively discussion, the development of visual analysis skills and practical art activities delivered by specialist educators.

  • Delivered online into classrooms for the summer term
  • Cross-curricular – open to all subject areas
  • Minimum 10 students per session
  • Can accommodate multiple classes on the same day where possible
  • Advance booking is required (4 weeks)
  • Choice of four themes

Our Workshop themes

Art and Curating

These workshops explore the role of curator inviting students to work together and share imaginative responses to a range of artworks....

Art and Impressionism

The Courtauld has a unique collection of Impressionist paintings. Discover what was happening in Europe at the time that lead to this innovation in the creative arts...

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Learning Resources

We have short Focus resources which look in detail at single artworks along with more in depth resources to help you plan and deliver exciting projects.........

Teachers' Events

We run events for teachers across the year that share our programme and allow for networking and personal CPD....

The Collection

Explore The Courtauld’s remarkable collection of paintings, prints and drawings, sculpture and decorative arts. ...

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