The focus painting for Take One Picture 2021 is The Finding of Moses by Orazio Gentileschi.
In this huge painting, we are shown a new telling of an old story – a celebration of hope, kindness, and the beginning of a great journey – all told through the actions of women. Gentileschi updated the story for a 17th-century audience to celebrate the start of a new life.
This full-day, onsite CPD offers the opportunity to:
Learn about the Take One Picture programme, with tips on project planning and submission
Investigate strategies for developing pupils’ skills and confidence in responding to paintings, focussing on looking, questioning, storytelling and drawing
Learn about the focus painting and artist from Gallery educators
Receive a link to all PowerPoints and classroom resources shown
Experience our collection first-hand with in-Gallery talks and activities
Further explore the pedagogy and practice of using a painting as a rich context for learning across the curriculum
Investigate links between the painting and contemporary artistic practice with one of our Gallery Artists
Network with teachers from across the UK
Receive a high-resolution image file and poster of the focus painting.
If you have any questions, please contact: email@example.com.
|10.30 am||Take One Picture approach|
|11 am||The artist, the picture|
|11.30 am||Gallery workshop|
|1 pm||Lunch (not provided)|
|2 pm||Cross-curricular focus|
|2.45 pm||Artist's perspective|
|3.15 pm||How to submit your work|
We plan to hold spring term sessions onsite, but we will keep this under review.
If these sessions cannot be held onsite, we will refund your ticket and offer the option of signing up to a replacement online session.
Once you have booked your ticket, you will receive a confirmation email.
Booking closes the day before the event.