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Sir John Soane’s Museum is a treasure trove of ancient artefacts, sculptures, architectural drawings and objects. At this free study day young people new to the discipline of art history will get the chance to hear all about it from Art History Link-Up, a charity dedicated to widening participation to art history about how you can get involved with their amazing courses.
You will have opportunities to discuss, debate and snack! In an AHLU session led by artist-educator Stephanie Farmer you will discover what art history is and why it matters through discussion, debate and activities, plus pathways for future involvement and careers opportunities. This is a free chance to attend a tour of Sir John Soane’s Museum, see rare items from our archive and hear from our knowledgeable team about why art history matters to us today, as much as it did to Sir John Soane himself who left his house to the nation almost 200 years ago in 1837.
This event is part of the Art History Festival, by For Art History – a celebration of the diverse narratives that enrich our enjoyment of art, visual culture and the world around us.
Register to attend here, via Eventbrite.
2pm - 4.30pm
Free to attend (registration required)
Suitable for 14 - 16 year olds
Sir John Soane's Museum