A wide range of projects, residencies, discussions and lively activities for children to make art all encourage links to the national curriculum.
What is contemporary art all about? Open to 15 - 21 year olds this is a chance for young adults to explore art, meet creative professionals, and open up career paths into the sector.
Children and adults experience art and learn together through a diverse range of artist-led workshops, events, activities and exhibitions.
Connecting with people living and working in east London to explore place and identity through workshops and artist projects, both within the Gallery and off-site.
Free monthly audio descriptive tours for blind and visually impaired people. All gallery interpretation and film and sound installations are supported with written transcriptions and British Sign Language (BSL) interpretations, free gallery talks and First Thursday bus tours.
Encompassing video, audio, sculpture, drawing and text Heather Phillipson’s work is rooted just as firmly in the written and spoken word as it is in the colour and forms of her vibrant displays. From April to September 2015, the London-based artist and writer will explore how the language that inscribes her practice becomes visible, whether through the site of an event or the space of the website.
One-day courses led by experts to help those looking to get a foothold in their ideal career. Sessions cover exhibition organising, programming, communications and development.
A hands-on series of expert-led day courses showing the processes and techniques required to hang, handle, photograph, analyse, manage and illustrate art.
A comprehensive three-day course investigating the artistic traditions, institutions, networks and ideas that have framed a generation of artists and redefined the art world.