People of all ages will have the opportunity to see some of Leonardo da Vinci’s drawings at Leeds Art Gallery.
A Life in Drawing is one of 12 exhibitions, taking place simultaneously across the UK to mark the 500th anniversary of his death. The drawings belong to the Royal Collection and aren’t usually accessible to the general public.
Leeds Art Gallery have put together a learning programme to complement the exhibition. The offer includes support for schools who want to do a self-guided visits; practical workshops and Take One INSET. For a detailed description of the programme, please download the Leeds Art Gallery learning programme for Leonardo da Vinci A Life in Drawing
If you have any questions about the learning programme, please contact Leeds Art Gallery’s Learning and Access Officer, Amanda Phillips by emailing email@example.com