Workshops for schools, colleges
and youth groups
The Cartoon Museum’s Learning Programme provides a range of exciting and unique workshops that encourage young people to explore their creativity and be inspired by the wide variety of cartoons and comic pages in the Museum’s collection.
Workshops can be tailored to suit all ages and levels of ability, and are taught by professional artists and writers with years of teaching experience. Our purpose-built new Clore Learning Studio can comfortably accommodate up to 30 pupils.
Book a workshop
Workshops last 90 minutes and must be booked in advance.
Workshops are available to book Tuesday to Friday, 10.30am - 12.00pm; 12.30pm - 2pm (subject to availability) during term time.
Our classroom can comfortably seat up to 30 students.
Fees: £100 per 90 minute workshop
We are 8 minutes’ walk from Oxford Circus (Central, Victoria and Bakerloo Line)
or Goodge Street (Northen Line)
We’ve booked a workshop for - what time should we arrive?
Schools should aim to arrive at around 10.15am (for a 10.30am session) or 11.45am (for a 12.00pm session)
Can we have lunch at the museum after our session?
The only space available is the classroom, which you are welcome to use as long as you leave the space clean and tidy.
To book, download the booking form below, and fill in and return the form to the Learning Officer: email@example.com
create a comic strip!
Students design their own character, practice drawing from different viewpoints, and learn how to use a simple narrative structure to produce a one-page comic strip story.
Perennially popular, this session shows pupils how to create their own costumed adventurers, design a dastardly villain and draw them both in action.
An experienced caricaturist shows your group how to create their own cartoon self-portraits. The group can also learn how to draw caricatures of celebrities and other famous people.
World War 1 / World War 2 in Cartoons
Students examine some of the different types of cartoons produced during WWI or WWII.
A special session for early years children! A fun workshop where children draw some famous superhero faces, and then create their own silly superhero and draw it right onto a pre-printed comic cover.