Site: Temple Newsam
This workshop is led by museums staff.
Be inspired by Temple Newsam’s historic wallpapers, textiles, furniture and architecture, discover patterns and shapes from different times and cultures and discuss how patterns are made.
During this whole day workshop, pupils will:
- investigate patterns in Temple Newsam House from different times and cultures, to make recordings in a sketchbook and to use them as a starting point for developing their own designs.
- investigate stencilling and print-making techniques
- explore ways of combining and organising shapes, colours and patterns to make a decorative piece..
- create a printed pattern inspired by observations within the house.
For more information, contact the Learning & Access Officer on 0113 390 1082.
Art and Design: 1. Exploring and developing ideas; 2c. Represent observations and ideas; 3a. evaluate work; 4a/c. Knowledge and understanding about materials and colour; 5d. Making different kinds of art.
Cost: £110 per class
Maximum numbers: Class of 30