The Bowes Museum’s Young Curators Alice and Reuben have designed a creative brief for young people to respond to on the theme of worship, inspired by the painting Saint Luke Drawing the Virgin and Child made in the Workshop of Dieric Bouts (c.1415 – 1475). The winners will have the opportunity to have their art exhibited at The Bowes Museum. For all the information on how to take part please follow the link to our Young People Opportunities page here.
The deadline for responses is Friday 5th February at 10am.
Who and what are the Young Curators?
The Young Curators are a group of six young people from the North East collaborating with The Bowes Museum to plan and deliver events for other young people ages 13 – 25 years.
The Young Curators first project has been the rehanging of the painting St Luke Drawing the Virgin and Child (C.1415 – 1475) Made in the Workshop of Dirk Bouts the Elder. They have created an exhibition that displays the Bouts painting titled: Working From Home With Bouts.
To learn more about the Young Curators and this project please watch the film below.
Working from Home with Bouts: Young Curators
Explore the Working From Home With Bouts Virtual Exhibition Tour below.
You can also download the exhibition poster for Working From Home With Bouts here.