The Education Room is available for schools to use free of charge, subject to prior booking. You can book the education room by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your request. The space is set up in a functional classroom format, however, we are happy for school groups to move tables around to suit their purposes and for schools to clear the room of furniture altogether for more activity based classes. Basic materials are available for use in the education room. If schools wish to bring in oil/acrylic paints or other more messy materials, these can be used in the education room as well (please note that only pencils and drawing pads can be taken around the gallery floors).
Pangaea II: New Art From Africa And Latin America, Activity Pack
Secondary School Teacher Resource PANGAEA II
The Observation Pyramid
Are orthodox sketchbooks not your thing?
Why not download the Observation Pyramid template, print it onto card and follow the simple instructions.
You can then take your new 3D tool around the gallery, recording your observations.
You can sketch, doodle or make notes!
You can also book a free art workshop at the gallery which would take place in the education room.
The Education Gallery is currently exhibiting the art works below:
On display are entries made to the 2014 MASK Art Prize. MASK is an annual prize open to young people in East Africa. The prize was created by Alla Tkachuk in 2012 with the aim of promoting and encouraging creativity amongst young people and schools in Africa.
For more information, please visit http://mobileartschoolinkenya.org/mask-prize/the-2014-mask-prize.html
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