For schools and teachers
The exhibition provides an opportunity for students and teachers to view the work of the great Italian Renaissance artists. These works provide insights into the process of drawing and how artists developed their skills and learned from one another during the early Renaissance period.
visiting the exhibition
Five mornings (11.00–12.00) are dedicated to school
6 and 13 May, 1, 8 and 15 July 2010
There are a limited number of tickets for other times. Please discuss the size of your group when you book. Entrance is in 10-minute timeslots and your group may have to cover more than one slot.
History of Art A Level study sessions
Study sessions include presentations by a curator, artist and conservator, as well as a chance to explore the exhibition.
The sessions support AQA and Cambridge Pre-U History of Art A2 and AS Level curriculum and are useful for students applying for History of Art at university.
Booking a visit or study session
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7323 8181
Teachers’ resources Key Stage 3, GCSE & AS/A2
Vittore Carpaccio, The Vision
of St Augustine (detail), about 1501–08.
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