Key Stage: 3 or above
Maximum number: 20 students
This session focuses on the art of microscopic image making, beginning with the remarkable engravings contained in an early edition of Robert Hooke’s Micrographia, published in 1665.
A short presentation is followed by a practical session in which students use modern microscopes to draw from a range of old microscope slides of biological specimens. They then learn how to create monoprints from their drawings using water-based inks.
See images from the Museum’s collection of micrographs in the Small Worlds  exhibition.