Change, Continuity and Tradition in Art from the 16th Century to the Present Day

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Change, Continuity and Tradition in Art from the 16th Century to the Present Day

Change, Continuity and Tradition in Art from the 16th Century to the Present Day

Secondary School Session for KS5.

Duration 5 hours. Year-round session. Maximum of 20 students.

Morning at the Wallace Collection, afternoon at Tate Modern. Book at least 5 weeks in advance.

Students will investigate a selection of artworks made at very different times and contexts, to:

  • Make connections between themes, processes or materials, in often surprising ways.
  • Look at Old Masters, such as Poussin and Rubens, and make comparisons with a choice of artists such as Picasso, Bacon, Sherman, Dumas and The Guerrilla Girls
  • Explore art using a range of approaches such as small-group work, independent research, note taking, drawing and group discussion.

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