Upcoming events

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Teachers’ Event

Curators Tour

25 Oct 2018

TEACHERS’ WORKSHOPS_ Art and Architecture Workshop 2018

Teachers’ Workshop

Learning Environments

8 Nov 2018


Archive

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Family Day

Plantón Móvil

21 Jul 2018

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Community workshop, picnic and walk

Plantón Móvil

23 Jun 2018

Installation View, The London Open 2018. Photo John Nguyen, PA Wire. Courtesy Whitechapel Gallery (5)

Teachers tour

The London Open 2018

21 Jun 2018

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Artist Talk: Lucia Monge

Plantón Móvil

20 Jun 2018

Wael Shawky Cabinet Crusades The Path to Cairo

Artist-led Workshops

ISelf Collection

1 May 2018 - 30 Jun 2018

Mark Dion. The Bureau of the Centre for the Study of Surrealism and Its Legacy 2

Artist–led Workshops: Mark Dion

with Sara Heywood

20 Mar 2018 - 27 Mar 2018

Mark Dion. Costume Bureau 2006

Teachers’ Workshop

with Sara Heywood

15 Mar 2018

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Teachers’ Workshop

with The London Alternative Photography Collective

16 Nov 2017

Philosophy workshop

Philosophy for Children

Level 1 Foundation Course

12 Oct 2017 - 13 Oct 2017

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Teachers’ Preview

Thomas Ruff: Photographs 1979 - 2017

28 Sep 2017

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Teachers’ Workshop

Benedict Drew

29 Jun 2017

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Writing Workshop for Teachers

A Handful of Dust

22 Jun 2017

Production image for The Trickle-Down Syndrome by Benedict Drew

Teacher’s Preview

Benedict Drew & A Handful of Dust

15 Jun 2017

A detail from Eduardo Paolozzi, Wittgenstein in New York (from the series As is When), 1965. This is a screen-print on paper. The outline of two busts face each other in profile, their insides made up of machinery. The figure on the right is purple and blue while the one on the left is red and orange and tilts its head slightly upwards. Behind, skyscrapers emerge against a green backdrop.

Teachers’ Workshop

Eduardo Paolozzi

2 Mar 2017

A detail from Eduardo Paolozzi, Wittgenstein in New York (from the series As is When), 1965. This is a screen-print on paper. The outline of two busts face each other in profile, their insides made up of machinery. The figure on the right is purple and blue while the one on the left is red and orange and tilts its head slightly upwards. Behind, skyscrapers emerge against a green backdrop.

Teachers’ Preview

Eduardo Paolozzi

23 Feb 2017

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School Workshops

17 Nov 2015

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