Let’s face it, there’s only so much iso-baking one human can do. There, we said it.
Don’t get us wrong, we too got a thrill out of seeing that first beautifully golden loaf of sourdough come out of the oven, but the novelty is starting to wear off, and we’re ready for our next iso-activity.
Enter, PortraitureComesHome – a whole new section on the National Portrait Gallery website, designed to banish boredom, manifest mindfulness, and conjure creativity.
PortraitureComesHome combines some of the best of the National Portrait Gallery’s existing online content alongside a suite of new programs, including mini-movies, massive stories, portrait courses and digital resources.
The offering is broad, meaning you’re bound to find something you’ll love. Big fan of history? Take a trip down memory lane with access to exhibitions from up to 20 years ago. Toying with the idea of growing out your facial hair for extra winter warmth? Be inspired by ‘Jo’s Mo Show (with beards)’. Ready for a challenge? Dive into ‘The Amazing Face’ – a free introduction to portraiture, featuring 14 modules packed full of articles, interviews, and activities to get you creating.
Up and running and ready when you are, PortraitureComesHome is the ideal candidate to take on the role of your newest iso-obsession. So, step away from the selfie stick and let’s start with the basics.
Posted May 14, 2020
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