UCL Art Museum learning resources

Class in UCL Art Museum

We welcome both new and existing audiences with flexible Learning and Teaching provisions for adults and school groups. For the curious visitor we offer gallery talks, tours and performances; for A-Level, EPQ and Foundation students we run workshops and in-depth sessions using different aspects of the collection. We also work extensively with different departments across UCL through classes, seminars and practical sessions tailored around specific themes.

UCL teaching and learning

The collection is also a valuable teaching and research resource for staff and students at UCL. We regularly support the development of teaching with the collection and invite UCL lecturers to make use of the collection and the space in order to enhance their teaching.

If you're a student or academic at UCl and would like to find out more about how you can use the Art Museum in your teaching and learning please contact the curatorial team on college.art@ucl.ac.uk or 02076792540

Teaching resources

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Anon, Prise de la Bastille (The capture of the Bastille), 1790 Etching with hand-colouring Published by J. Choreau, rue St Jacques près la fontaine St Severin, no. 257, Paris
The capture of the Bastille

Schools workshops

Schools workshops are adapted to the demands of the English, History, Art and Design and History of Art A-Level curricula, using specific parts of the collection. Workshops in the past have utilised our excellent collections of life drawings by Slade students, French Revolution propaganda prints, political printed satires and 16th-century drawings.

Public programme

We run a vibrant and varied public progrmame of Pop-Up displays, lunchtime talks, UCL Art Museum Film Club screenings, evening lectures and practical workshops. To find out about what's coming up please go to the What's On pages.

All events are devised and led in collaboration with UCL lecturers, researchers and graduate students. The starting point of most of these public events is the inspiration derived from various aspects of art practice, critical and historical perspectives raised by the collection.

Find out more about UCL Art Museum's collections