Join St Paul’s School Director of Art, Michael Grant, as he delivers a personal reflection on work and making.
A series of three talks on painting, taking a personal potted history of important works. Drawing on Michael’s experience of making paintings and teaching, each talk will take as its starting point an essential concern for work. Starting with the paradox of painting as both image and object, Michael moves on to look at pictorial space and the idea of the picture plane. The series rounds up with a discussion focusing on the essential prerequisite(for subject, and transformation, in painting.
This masterclass run for 3 weeks on the below dates:
- Monday 22 February
- Monday 2 March
- Monday 8 March
Zoom log in details will be sent to participants closer to the event.
About our Masterclass Series
Our Masterclasses are run by members of our remarkable teaching staff here at St Paul’s, who have volunteered their time to share their knowledge and expertise with the School’s community, allowing parents and Old Paulines insight into today’s teachings, whilst engaging with new and exciting subjects.
If you would like to show your appreciation for our free Masterclasses and the efforts and expertise of our teachers, you can do so by supporting our Shaping our Future bursary appeal. We are proud to be working to provide the very best in education and, amid the anxiety created by the pandemic, one positive conclusion is clear: education matters more than ever. If you are able to, please support our bursary and partnerships work so we can expand our impact on our local and wider community by making a donation or by joining our giving group, the 1509 Society, and setting up a regular gift from £1.59 a month www.stpaulsschool.org.uk/eventsdonation.
Suggested donation for the Masterclass series – £50.
Find out more about St Paul’s Talks and Masterclasses HERE.