Thomas Bayrle Gallery Workshop

Thomas Bayrle, School Container, 2005. Silkscreen print on cardboard on wooden grid. Courtesy of Barbara Weiss Gallery, Berlin.

Suitable for EYFS/KS1, 2 and SEND / FREE
Exploring Bayrle’s machine sculptures and repetitive Super Images, pupils will share opinions on, and offer critical judgments about, the German artist’s work.

Your pupils will explore and extend their visual language by making links between everyday objects and Bayrle’s work, before becoming ‘drawing machines’; responding to imagery in the show through experimental drawing activities.

This session is tailored to the needs of your group, making it age appropriate, for EYFS up to the top of Key Stage 2. It lasts 1 hour and is suitable for up to 35 pupils.

PLEASE NOTE: Please be aware that this exhibtion contains some adult content. Although this is not a focus of the Introduction to…tour, a pre-visit is advisable or contact Vicky Sturrs to discuss in advance.

To book a session, arrange a visit or chat about an opportunity,
please contact our Schools and Colleges Programmer, Vicky Sturrs
by e-mail or call 0191 440 4929.


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