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HOW TO GET HERE
Orleans House Gallery
Riverside, Twickenham TW1 3DJ
St. Margarets (15 minutes walk)
Twickenham (25 minutes walk)
Richmond
Buses from Richmond train station:
33, 490, H22, R68, R70.
Alight at Marble Hill Park (Crown Pub)
The gallery has wheelchair access.
Cover Image: Emily Allchurch and Orleans Park School
*
Coach: Please note that coaches cannot
fit down Orleans Road.
Please ask your driver to stop at the
entrance to Marble Hill Park.
Allow extra time to walk to the gallery
(10 minutes)
Prices
All prices include the cost of materials.
Gallery Workshops
ВЈ100 for a 2-hour workshop (max 30 students)
Outreach Workshops
£150 – half day / £280 – full day
Bespoke Outreach Workshops
£250 – half day / £350 – full day
Teaching Insets
£150 – at Orleans House Gallery
£200 – at your school
our offer contents
Our wide-ranging school programme
supports delivery of the National
Curriculum and encourages use of the
arts and local heritage sites as versatile
resources for cross-curricular learning.
We offer art workshops based on current
exhibitions and an ongoing programme
of heritage workshops linking to local
history. All sessions include interactive
tours and discussion, followed by creative
practical activities such as printmaking,
sculpture and creative writing.
All sessions can be tailored for early
years, Key Stages 1-5 and special
educational needs.
Life Drawing at Orleans House Gallery
£300 – Full day
Prices
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Heritage Workshops
4
Gallery Workshops
5
Outreach Workshops
7
For Teachers
7
Secondary School Offer
8
Alternative Education
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Industry Day Workshops at Orleans House Gallery
£175 – Full day
Business Enterprise Workshops at Orleans House Gallery
2 days – £300 / 3 days – £450
Alternative Education ВЈ150 per session for one-to-one provision
ВЈ175 per session for one to eight participants (over five
participants will require staff support from your school).
Garrick’s Temple Workshops
ВЈ100 for a 2-hour workshop (max 30 students)
Art & Drama at Garrick’s Temple 10
Vsit our website www.richmond.gov.uk/arts
How to Book: For school bookings and information please contact the
Education Team, on 0208 831 6000 or artseducation@richmond.gov.uk
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exhibition TIMETABLE
HERITAGE WORKSHOPS
All sessions can be tailored for Early Years, Key Stages 1-5 and special educational
needs, these workshops run all year round.
Main
Gallery
Stables
Gallery
Riverside
Gallery
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
The New
Georgians
Art & Soul:
Expressions
JULY
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
Dinosaur Raah!
In Their
Footsteps:
Richmond’s
First World
War
The Harmony
Project
Orsi CowellLehocky:
From the
Other Side
Literacy in the Landscape
Explore how the local
landscape of the River
Thames has inspired artists
such as Turner, Marlow and
Tillemans. Using the
Richmond Upon Thames
Borough Art Collection as
inspiration, capture the
beauty of the landscape
through drawing, poetry and
descriptive writing.
Curriculum focus: English,
Local History, Art and Design
*NEW *
Architecture Challenge
Explore the rich history of
Orleans House and its
architecture, past and
present. Work together as
a team to problem solve
and answer a design brief.
Curriculum focus: History,
Art, Design and Technology
*NEW*
Objects tell Stories
Explore the Borough’s
fascinating collection of
historical objects. Step behind
the scenes of the gallery to
discover the stories that
objects can tell us of the past.
Including Victorian explorer
Sir Richard Burton’s personal
belongings.
Curriculum focus: Local History,
English, Geography
OCTOBER
Artists Books
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
Panufnik’s
Twickenham
�Informative, fun and pitched at the right level.’ Primary School Teacher
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GALLERY WORKSHOPS - SUMMER TERM
Our exciting range of 2-hour artist led workshops are suitable for early years, key stages
1-5 and special educational needs. Each one includes an interactive gallery tour followed
by a practical art workshop. Cost - ВЈ100 GALLERY WORKSHOPS - autumn TERM
New Georgians
3 May – 27 July
Celebrate the 300th
anniversary of the Georgians
with this exhibition that
brings together contemporary
art, craft and design.
Art and Soul Expressions
17 April – 29 June
Showcasing contemporary
abstract art this colourful and
vibrant exhibition celebrates
mental and emotional
wellbeing.
WORKSHOP:
Glamorous Georgians
Delve into a Georgian World
and discover the influence
they had on our lives today.
Explore the exhibition and
fantastic Georgian features of
the Octagon Room. Find out
about the history of Georgian
fashion through the portrait
of Queen Caroline and
design your own gorgeous
Georgian garment.
WORKSHOP: 90 degrees of
colour – Explore geometric
shapes, colour, form and
numbers in this exhibition
of abstract art. Compare
and contrast local and
historical artists.
Curriculum focus: Art and
Design, History, Fashion
Curriculum focus: Maths, Art
and Design
Dinosaur Raah!
3 July – 31 August
Be part of our Art Play
interactive exhibition!
We are offering an exclusive
opportunity to work with
artist Michelle Reader and
have your creations exhibited
in the gallery. Book a sculpture
workshop in your school for
ВЈ150. Limited spaces.
GALLERY WORKSHOP:
Drawing with Dinosaurs
Go on a Dino Hunt! Explore
the wonderful woods of
Orleans and discover the
amazing prehistoric world
through the exhibition.
Perfect for early years.
Curriculum focus: Art and
Design, History, Science
�An inspiring exhibition followed by a well organised workshop with a great
introduction to the activities. Brilliant session!’ Secondary School Teacher
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In their footsteps:
Richmond’s First
World War
2 August – 16 November
This exhibition explores local
stories and histories, brought
to life through objects,
artworks, creative writing and
photographic recreations.
WORKSHOP: Walk
through WW1
Become a History Detective
and discover how WW1
impacted lives of local
people through investigating
personal stories, objects
and photographs. Make a
creative memorial badge
or a creative writing piece.
Curriculum focus: History,
Local history, English, Art
and Design, Citizenship
The Harmony Project
4 September – 26 October
Inspired by the 19th century
designer Christopher Dresser
this exhibition is a wonderful
array of products, ceramics,
furniture, wallpaper and
textiles. www.
harmonyproject.co.uk
WORKSHOP:
The River’s Rhythm
Discover Panufnik’s world
through photographs and
artefacts. Listen to music
whilst drawing the sounds
of the River Thames .
Cross Curricular links: Art and
Design, Local History, English,
WORKSHOP: Botanical Batik Music
Find creative inspiration in
Orsi Cowell-Lehoczky:
the exhibition and grounds
to make a brilliant botanical From the Other Side
30 August -22 November
design in batik.
A conceptual collection of
paintings exploring
Curriculum focus: Art and
community and belonging.
Design, History, Community
Citizenship
WORKSHOP: Journeys
Taking inspiration from the
Panufnik’s Twickenham
22 November – 1 February exhibition recreate your own
Mark the centenary of one of journey through printing and
painting.
the world’s most important
20th century composers.
Curriculum focus: Art and
Oppressed during times of
Design, History, Community,
war in his native Poland,
Citizenship
Twickenham became his
home and inspiration.
How to Book: For school bookings and information please contact the
Education Team, on 0208 831 6000 or artseducation@richmond.gov.uk
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OUTREACH & EVENTS FOR TEACHERS
All gallery sessions in this brochure can be offered as school-based outreach.
Half Day ВЈ150 / Full Day ВЈ280
Outreach
Bespoke Workshops - We will
design and deliver bespoke
sessions to support teaching
in the classroom, led by
professional artists. We can
deliver Arts Week, Book Week
or even Maths Week! (There
may be additional costs if a
project requires a specialist
artist or materials)
Printing (silk screen/
collagraph/poly tile) clay,
sculpture, casting, mosaic,
weaving and many more
Artist – in – Residence – our
range of professional artists
can deliver high quality
workshops in a range of
different media. We can
support your Arts Award or
help with your Artsmark
accreditation. Prices vary.
For Teachers
FREE Teachers’ evenings,
Get Inspired!
Our rolling programme of
free teachers’ evenings at the
gallery include practical art
sessions and private twilight
tours followed by the opening
private view. These events
offer opportunities to learn
art skills, cross-curricular links
and receive teaching resources.
Refreshments are provided.
Skill Sharing Saturday
10 May
1.30-4.30pm
Explore printing techniques
to take back to your
classroom. ВЈ10
Dates for FREE Teaching
Insets 2014:
New Georgians
Wednesday 7 May
4.30-6pm
Dinosaur Raah!
Thursday 3 July
4.30-6pm
Richmonds WW1
Thursday 18 September
4.30-6pm* Teachers PV
Panufnik’s Twickenham
Wednesday 26 November
(4.30-6pm)
Inset Days
Sessions include a gallery
tour, focusing on strategies
which will help your
students understand and
respond to artwork, and a
practical workshop led by an
art educator (drawing skills,
art activities).
We can deliver Inset sessions
either at Orleans House
Gallery (ВЈ150) or at your
school (ВЈ200)
To book a place or for more
information please contact
the Education Team on
020 8487 5258 or
artseducation@richmond.
gov.uk
�All the children were engaged and thoroughly enjoyed the activity’
secondary schools
Life Drawing
Spend a day with an art tutor
and life model looking at
different drawing techniques
using a range of materials
(charcoal, graphite and
pastel).
ВЈ300 for the day (materials
included. Max 20 students)
Ideal for years 10-12
Work Experience
Experience work in a gallery
within exhibitions, events
and education. We welcome
applications directly from
students to artseducation@
richmond.gov.uk. We charge
an admin fee of ВЈ75 per
week.
Business Enterprise
Workshops (2 – 3 days)
Challenge your students with
a real life Business Enterprise.
Experince working across
all gallery departments;
exhibitions, events and
education. Taking place at
Orleans House Gallery and
at your school students will
be given a mock brief to
organise this year’s Carnival.
Lead by an artist facilitator
they will make a business
plan considering their
marketing strategy, budget,
creative brand and practice
presentation skills.
2 or 3 days - ВЈ 300/ ВЈ450
Industry Days
Spend a whole day at the
gallery, meet the staff and
have a go at real life practical
activities (including curating,
marketing, education and
customer services skills).
Through a range of practical
workshops and talks this
interactive day will allow
students to see behind the
scenes. ВЈ175
�The children gained more confidence in their ability.’ Primary School Teacher
Primary School Art Coordinator
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ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION
ART AND DRAMA at GARRICK’S TEMPLE
Alternative Education
We offer flexible inspiring provision for young people who are at risk of exclusion or
who are no longer attending mainstream education and training. Our specialist tuition
is run by experienced artist educators in a supportive environment. Activities will include
working creatively in a variety of media including painting, printmaking, drawing, film,
animation, sculpture and photography. Young people will learn about and create artwork
in response to the exhibitions and our collection.
Garrick’s Temple is a beautiful riverside garden in Hampton, which provides the perfect
setting for students to discover Shakespeare and Garrick, one of our first �star’ actors.
Our two hour workshops encourage students to learn and create a scene, make props
and costumes and finish with a mini performance.
As a registered examination centre we deliver a range of qualifications and
accredited awards including;
- Discover and Explore, Bronze, Silver and Gold Arts Awards
- AQA Unit Awards
- GCSEs (Art and Design)
Curriculum links: Literacy, History, Drama, Art and Design
Prices
ВЈ150 per session for one-to-one provision
ВЈ175 per session for one to six provision
(over five participants will require staff support from your school)
ВЈ175 for GCSE sessions
Prices are based on a two hour session and include preparation.
There will be moderation fees for students completing their GCSE / AQA Unit or Arts Award.
Curriculum links: Literacy, History, Drama, Art and Design
We can now help you achieve Arts Award in your school!
Arts Award inspires young people to grow their arts and leadership talents: it’s creative,
valuable and accessible. The award builds confidence, helps young people to enjoy cultural
activities, and prepares them for further education or employment. We have a range of
qualified Arts Advisors at the gallery. We can deliver Arts Award After School Clubs,
specialised class sessions and can support you with your school’s Arts Mark.
For further information, please visit our website or email kate.kennedy@richmond.gov.uk
An Enchanted Wood - Based on a Midsummer’s Night’s Dream, students will explore
poetry, art and perform inside the Temple and garden. ВЈ100
The Haunting of Richard III - Recreate a William Hogarth portrait of Richard III waking
from a nightmare on the eve of the Battle of Bosworth, through drama. Find out who
haunted him and why before making props and costumes for a performance. ВЈ100
Orange Tree Theatre Offer
Acting Shakespeare – Join an Orange Tree actor for a lively workshop on Acting
Shakespeare. Using the Temple’s paintings, which depict Garrick performing as
Richard III and King Lear, as a starting point, pupils will explore Shakespeare’s language
(how he uses sound, rhythm and imagery). Pupils will become confident in performing
verse aloud, as well as exploring Garrick’s life as one of our first �star’ actors. £100
How to get to Garrick’s Temple
Garrick’s Temple lies on the north bank of the Thames on the A308 at Hampton. Trains
run regularly from Waterloo to Hampton or Hampton Court. The following buses stop
within a few yards of the Temple: R68/ 111/216. In the summer a ferry runs across the
Thames from Hurst. Parking arrangements can be made nearby.
www.artsaward.org.uk
www.artsmark.org.uk
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