• Ben Uri Portraits & Identity
  • Ben Uri Portraits & Identity
  • Ben Uri Portraits & Identity
  • Ben Uri Portraits & Identity
  • Ben Uri Portraits & Identity

Ben Uri: Portraits & Identity

Ben Uri: Portraits & Identity

Service Pack: Available with USO

Subject: Art Citizenship Health

Starting points for portraiture and identity projects in the classroom, including teacher's notes about selected works from the Ben Uri collection. It also offers activities suitable for Key Stages 2-4.

This Art and Design Key Stage 2 to 4 resource features project ideas and visual art techniques for exploring the themes of Portraiture and Identity in the classroom. The art projects included in the resource have all been previously delivered in schools and utilise low-cost and easy-to-use materials and techniques. The activities explore a range of visual art skills, such as drawing and painting and 3D modelling, and can be used to explore themes such as 'home' and 'local area'. The projects can be linked to cross-curricular work including Literacy, Citizenship and PSHE.

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