The Museum Network is a partnership between The Wallace Collection and four important regional collections; The Bowes Museum, Compton Verney, The Holburne Museum of Art and Waddesdon Manor. Until April 2011 education projects were made possible by Strategic Commissioning funding. Many programmes are still available at individual museums. Please see contact information for further information.

Education Projects
Naked Bodies: Life-Drawing for AS and A2 Level
Working with artists, groups study nudes in the collections, from Renaissance sculptures to Rococo paintings; they learn about the conventions of portraying the nude form.
Community Projects
Treasures for Toddlers
Treasures for Toddlers encourages parents with under 5s to take part in art based activities at their local playgroup using the collection as their inspiration.
Past Projects
‘Screaming Skulls’ animation project 2009
Screaming Skulls - A Wallace Collection and The Roundhouse collaboration to enable pupils from Camden Schools to work with professional animators and sound technicians to develop their own animation in 2009.