Gallery Workshops

A woman standing behind a bar facing straight ahead.
Édouard Manet (1832-1883), A Bar at the Folies-Bergère (1882), The Courtauld, London (Samuel Courtauld Trust) © The Courtauld

We are now offering workshops in the gallery and our new Leon Kossoff Learning Centre as well as continuing our online offer.

In order to manage numbers we are currently offering two Gallery Workshop slots per day on Monday/Wednesday/Thursday

Morning session 10.30 – 12.30
Afternoon session 1.30 – 3.30

Minimum 10 students per session. Groups of more than 15 will be divided into two groups for their session. Please note we are a small gallery and cannot accommodate multiple classes at the same time.

Our gallery workshops bring art history and The Courtauld Collection to life through lively discussion, the development of close looking skills and practical art activities delivered by specialist educators. They can build confidence in your students to share their thoughts and ideas both verbally and visually. They take place in both the gallery and our new Leon Kossoff Learning Centre where students can engage in practical activity in a studio setting.

  • Cross-curricular – open to all subject areas
  • Advance booking is required (4 weeks)
  • Choice of five themes

Our Gallery Workshop Themes

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...

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 Self-Portraits

Exploring ideas around self-representation students will have the opportunity to see an outstanding selection of more than 15 self-portraits by Van Gogh....

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