This resource is designed to help you Look, Think, and Do inspired by 'The Last of England by Ford Madox Brown. The travellers in this painting are some of the millions who left Great Britain in the middle of the 19th century in search of a better standard of living. The artist, Ford Madox Brown, considered moving to India towards the end of 1852. This painting was inspired by the departure of his friend, the sculptor Thomas Woolner, who headed to Australia in search of gold.

This is the first activity kit artist Enni-Kukka Tuomala has created as a part of her project “Campaign for Empathy“ and her residency with Kettle’s Yard Open House in North Cambridge.

Have you ever wanted to know more about Greek pottery? This is your chance! 

In this activity you will chose one of three pottery shapes to decorate inspired by Greek pottery styles. You can use pencil and paper to complete this, but you can also get creative with some coloured pencils or paints. 

Our friends at Hidden Tales, in collaboration with Arts Council England, have created a free activity pack for families based on Riddle of the White Sphinx. This interactive adventure book around museums in Cambridge is recommended for children aged aged 8+

We wish you luck, brave adventurers

 

Springtime colour hunt from Fitzwilliam Museum Learning on Vimeo.

You will need 

Paper
Coloured pens and pencils 

Step 1

Make a chart of all the colours you can find in the painting.

Step 2

Now see if you can match things with your colours.
You could go outside for some fresh air!

Step 3

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