National Portrait Gallery- Three Day craftivism workshop: Crafted Histories

25 Mar National Portrait Gallery- Three Day craftivism workshop: Crafted Histories

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We are pleased to announce we are working with the National Portrait Gallery  to create a 3 day free course for 14-21 year olds to visit The Great War in Portraits and ‘No End of a Lesson’: The Boer War, 1899 – 1902 at with National Portrait Gallery to create a reflective response using craftivism techniques. 

Wednesday 23rd – Friday 25th April 11am-4pm each day.

Work with Sarah Corbett from Craftivist Collective, to explore activism through craft. Using The Great War in Portraits and No End a Lesson: The Boer War, 1899-1902 as a starting point, make your own personal response to showcase in the Gallery on the final day of the workshop.

You will online pharmacy assistant courses also have the unique opportunity to visit the Heinz Library and Archive to see original documents that the Gallery has kept since the time of the First World War.
For ages 14–21.  Booking required.  Please email youthbookings@npg.org.uk or call 020 7312 2483

 

A montage of portraits of protagonists of WW1 which is part of 'The Great War in Portaits Exhibition

A montage of portraits of protagonists of WW1 which is part of ‘The Great War in Portaits Exhibition

 

A soldier with facial wounds by Henry Tonk as part of The Great War exhibition in National Portrait Gallery

A soldier with facial wounds by Henry Tonk as part of The Great War exhibition in National Portrait Gallery

 

Self portrait by war artist Sir William Orphen as part of The Great War exhibition, National Portrait Gallery

Self portrait by war artist Sir William Orphen as part of The Great War exhibition, National Portrait Gallery

 

 

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