Site: Temple Newsam
This workshop is led by museums staff.
Look at elegant Tudor portraits, discover hidden meanings and find out how a portrait can convey messages about the sitter through pose, composition, background and objects.
During this full day workshop, pupils will:
- discuss imagary in Tudor portraits from the sitter and the artist - why were portraits made? What do they show about the people in the pictures?
- learn about and understand the importance of portraits as historical evidence in finding out about life in Tudor times - what do they tell us about Tudor rich and poor?
- create a Tudor style self-portrait by practise ‘pouncing’, a Tudor method of copying portraits and develop their own Tudor portrait using mixed media.
For more information, contact the Learning & Access Officer on 0113 390 1082.
History: 1. Chronological understanding; 2. Knowledge of people, places, events and changes; 4. Historical enquiry and gathering evidence; 10. Tudor Britian and the wider world.
Cost: £110 per class
Maximum numbers: Class of 30