Looking for creative ways to inspire your pupils? Bring learning to life and take your pupils on a virtual tour of our exhibition Being Inbetween by Carolyn Mendelsohn.
Made over a period of 6 years, Being Inbetween is a series of powerful photographic portraits of girls aged between ten and twelve, exploring the complex transition between childhood and young adulthood. With many portraits never-before exhibited, this is the most extensive exhibition of the series to date.
This virtual experience will transport you into the gallery, giving you the chance to explore the exhibition. You can get up close to artworks, watch clips from artist films, read about the artists and see the whole gallery space from a bird’s eye view. This experience can be done as a group, or pupils can access the resources independently and explore at their own pace.
Pupils can learn skills in reading and interpreting images, by downloading our reading images worksheet to encourage looking and thinking about each artwork.
If you wish, we can offer a free 10-minute introduction to the exhibition and the gallery through Zoom or Google Meet. Please email email@example.com to find out more.
Looking for something more in-depth for your group? Contact Learning Manager, Jennifer Sobol, to organise a bespoke hour-long session at firstname.lastname@example.org