Ulster schools create Renoir-inspired online exhibition

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We are thrilled to announce that the Fashion Sense? exhibition featuring work from students at three colleges in Northern Ireland is now available to view online. Their work takes the Renoir and the New Era exhibition at Ulster Museum as a starting point and uses it to explore fashion, gender, the gaze and contemporary pressures.

Over the past year our work with schools has had to adapt to take place online, this exhibition is the culmination of our first project using this new approach, which encourages personal reflection and independent learning based on resources provided by The Courtauld’s public programmes team.

The exhibition can be viewed on The Courtauld’s website and includes a short film by Dr Karen Serres, Curator of Paintings at The Courtauld.

The Fashion Sense? sourcebook is also available to download on our website. If you are interested in finding out more or would like our support in running the project in your school or college contact education@courtauld.ac.uk

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