Free Young People’s Workshops (16-18)

Are you aged 16-18 and passionate about art, architecture, art history and visual culture? Join the Courtauld’s Young People’s Programme and take part in our free workshops!

You will collaborate with artists, curators, art historians and other young people interested in the arts to explore world famous artworks in the Courtauld Gallery Collection, uncover new research, experiment with new materials and discuss different approaches to understanding and making art – as well as learning more about the diverse career paths available with art history.

These workshops are free and open to students attending UK state schools and colleges.

Booking is essential due to popular demand.

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Upcoming Young People's Workshops

Young People

Re-working Manet

10:30am, 26 Oct 2022 | Free

Join us as we launch an exciting new live brief in response to our young people’s project with contemporary artist Jeremy Deller....

Young People

Shock and Rebellion | Impressionism

10:30am, 19 Nov 2022 | Free

Join us online to uncover why Impressionist artworks were so shocking when first exhibited in Paris in the late nineteenth century, with art historians Fran Herrick and Tilly Scantlebury. Analyse some of The Courtauld’s best known artworks – by artis...

Young People

Re-working Manet

1:30pm, 19 Nov 2022 | Free

Join us as we launch an exciting new live brief in response to our young people’s project with contemporary artist Jeremy Deller....

Young People

Women in Art

10:00am, 10 Dec 2022 | Free

How can art history help us to think through questions of gender, subjectivity and ideas about ‘greatness’? Led by art historian Tilly Scantlebury, this free online workshop will explore modern and contemporary artworks in a variety of mediums and co...

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Young People

Colour | Art, Science & Psychology

Discover colourful case studies in The Courtauld Collection with art historian Fran Herrick and relate these to contemporary artworks that continue a similarly bold and daring spirit of experimentation....

Young People

Art and Feminism

How can art history help us to think through questions of gender, subjectivity and ideas about ‘greatness’?...

Young People

Shock and Rebellion | Impressionism

Join us online to discover colourful case studies in The Courtauld Collection with art historian Fran Herrick and relate these to contemporary artworks that continue a similarly bold and daring spirit of experimentation...

Young People

Van Gogh | Exploring Self

10:30am, 15 Feb 2022 | Free

What is a self-portrait? How do artists reveal their identity through self-portraiture? Join us online to celebrate our The Morgan Stanley Exhibition: Van Gogh. Self-Portraits...

Young People

Art & Queer Theory | Catherine Opie

10:30am, 17 Feb 2022 | Free

Join art historian Tilly Scantlebury online to explore gender and sexuality through art. We will discuss the contemporary photography of Catherine Opie...

Young People

Cityscapes | Leon Kossoff

10:30am, 18 Feb 2022 | Free

Discover the energy and rhythm of the city which pulsates through Leon Kossoff’s paintings and drawings of London....

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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......

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