Use these resources to develop and refine students’ ideas through practical and critical exploration of the world-class art and pioneering architecture at the Queen’s House and National Maritime Museum.
Developed in consultation with teachers and artists, each resource contains background information, artist quotes, exploration ideas, practical tasks and ideas for further research.
Print off the resources as your guide or chop and change the tasks to create a tailored trail for your students.
- Consider the Turner prize-winning artist’s work on the Great Hall Ceiling.
- Immerse yourself in ground-breaking architecture using the Queen’s House resource
- Analyse cultural context under Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle
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