Portraits and self identity (trip) - Half Day Workshop
£160 per class
Pupils will become immersed in original works from The Cooper Gallery collection, or the De Morgan Collection at Cannon Hall Museum, learning new ways of looking at and interpreting art.
Focussing on portraits by local artists, they will learn the basic principles of portraiture while developing their sketching skills.
Pupils will also learn to use drawing, painting and sculpture to develop and share their ideas, experience and imagination, as well as learn to improve their mastery of art and design techniques, including drawing, painting and sculpture with a range of materials; for example pencil, charcoal, paint and clay.
This workshop is suitable for one class (maximum 36 pupils)
Please note, this workshop can take place at either The Cooper Gallery or Cannon Hall Museum.
Accessibility information for The Cooper Gallery can be found here, including a 360 tour of the Museum, visual stories and photographs to help plan your visit.
There is a Changing Places toilet available at Experience Barnsley Museum, in the Town Hall building about a 5 minute walk away from the Gallery.
Accessibility information for Cannon Hall Museum can be found here, including a 360 tour of the museum, visual stories and photographs to help plan your visit.
There is a Space to Change toilet at Cannon Hall Museum and a Changing Places in the Pavilion Cafe in the main car park.
We are happy to help and make any adjustments we can for a range of access needs, please contact us before your visit to discuss this.