During this time of self-isolation, social distancing and home schooling we’re all in need of ideas for creative activities and ways to stay connected with arts and culture. So, our team at Wolverhampton Art Gallery has prepared some online resources that you can turn to for inspiration.
Summer Activity Pack
Downloadable Activity Pack
Download our art activities and have fun making your own art and craft works from simple everyday materials. Just click and create…
Back Flip Monkey
Draw the view from your window
Cool Creatures Comic Strip
Cut Paper Birds
Embroidered Post Cards
Make a Japanese Style Inro
Pressed Flower Pictures
Pop Art Painted Salt Dough Eggs
Spring Collage Landscape
These questions are about an oil painting called Family of E. L. Lee (1736) by the artist Joseph Highmore (1692 – 1780). It is part of Wolverhampton Art Gallery’s permanent collection and is on currently on display in our Georgian room. You might have seen it when you have visited the gallery? The picture is important because it connects to the history of the city.
These questions are about and oil painting call Allegory of Wisdom and Science (front piece for the Encyclopaedia Brittannica) by the artist James Miller (1714-1837) showing a female showing a large manuscript to a group of small children. They are surrounded by many cultural and scientific objects.