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TT1819 Cultural Catalogue


PRIMARY, SECONDARY, POST-16 & SEN OFFERS The V&A also has extensive collections, including fashion galleries that you can use to search for costume ideas. The Museum also has the National Video Archive of Performance (NVAP) which can be used as inspiration for design – see the Schools Screening Archive offer later in the catalogue. £150 Design for Performance Workshop (Set/Costume). Costs £150 Stage Make-Up Workshop. Option for a FREE 1 Hour Perform Tour (without workshop). Please note the following project will compliment this offer: • ROH: Design Challenge (Primary) • ROH: Design Challenge (Secondary) • ROH: Design Challenge (FE) • V&A: Schools Screening Archive 58

PRIMARY, SECONDARY, POST-16 & SEN OFFERS Victoria & Albert Museum Project Name Schools Screening Archive About the Project The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London is the world's largest museum of art, design & performance, housing a permanent collection of over 2.3 million objects. It was founded in 1852 and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. We offer a wide range of gallery tours, practical workshops, exhibition visits, events, screenings and projects for pupils aged from EYFS-KS5 and post-16. Our focus is on the collections and galleries of the V&A and, as the leading museum of art, design and performance, our main curriculum focus is on these three areas, though our primary offer is particularly rich in links to English, history and R.E. For this offer, we are providing details of our digital resource the Schools’ Screen Archive. The V&A has the National Video Archive of Performance (NVAP), titled from which we screen privately to groups and schools at the V&A on request. The full list is available online, from which you can make your selection. Many are of set curriculum texts and are a unique way of accessing recordings of live shows. Suitability Suitable for all, however some titles are more appropriate for older students. Dates, Location & Format Learning Outcomes Dates are flexible across the year but must be booked in advance. Screenings take place in private groups, at the V&A, London. Due to our agreements with the entertainment unions, we cannot sell, loan or copy the recordings. • Increased appreciation of live performance in general and in the skills used by artists to produce work • For specific texts, increased awareness of how the printed page can be interpreted for the stage and how, for example, characters are interpreted by different performers • Increased appreciation and understanding of acting skills, directing, set, costume design, sound and lighting design 59