Learning and Engagement Schools and Learning Portraits and Identity The portraits and self-portraits on display at The Lightbox range from the early 20th century to the present day. By evaluating and analysing these portraits, students will develop an understanding of how artists respond to ideas of identity and culture through portraiture and how they fit into historical and contemporary contexts. Students will then have the opportunity to develop their artistic skills by producing their own clay head to take away based on their own self-portrait drawings. Group size: up to 30 children max per visitSession duration: 2 hoursNational curriculum topics covered: Art and Design and PSHECost: £120 +VAT Advanced booking is essential for all school groups, including self-guided tours. Visiting groups who wish to have facilitated activity sessions must book at least two months in advance of their visit. In order to ensure an enjoyable visit, there is a maximum class size of 30 students per visit. Please check our frequently asked questions for further information. If you would like to discuss booking this session then please contact our Learning and Engagement Officer, Emily Watkins, at [email protected] or phone 01483 737807.