Picture in Focus online exhibition

The Picture in Focus project promotes the use of Titian’s painting Diana and Actaeon as a stimulus for cross-curricular teaching and learning. This online exhibition showcases the work of secondary schools that have adopted this approach.

The examples here show the various routes schools have taken through the painting, demonstrating the lines of enquiry they used to enrich learning.

Take inspiration from the breadth of work they have produced in subjects including Art & Design, Drama, Music, Literacy, Design Technology, ICT, Mathematics, PE, and Food Technology.

Explore the online exhibition

Abstract Stripe: Narrative and Colour
St Michael’s Catholic College, London
Titian Comic
St Michael’s Catholic College, London
Read all about it! – Tabloid Headlines
St Michael’s Catholic College, London
Animation
St Michael’s Catholic College, London
Oral Storytelling
Reading School, Reading
Mathematical Observations
Reading School, Reading
Video/Drama
Kingsdale Foundation School, London
Collaborative Stop-Frame Animation
Central Foundation Boys’ School, London
Mythological Cuisine
Teddington School, Middlesex
Pop Art Comic Strip
Teddington School, Middlesex
Shadow Theatre
Hillview School for Girls, Kent
Calligraph Poem
Park View Academy, London
Collaborative Painting
Sion-Manning Roman Catholic Girls’ School, London
Diana’s Stream of Consciousness
Christ’s School, Surrey

Image above: Detail from Titian, Diana and Actaeon, 1556-9 © The National Gallery London / The National Galleries of Scotland

 
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