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– Our nearest train station is Aldgate East Underground (1 min walk) is not wheelchair accessible. The closest wheelchair accessible stations are Whitechapel (15 min walk), Shoreditch High Street (15 min walk) or Liverpool Street (15 min walk).
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Thursday 16 February | 12:30 – 3:30 pm | Free, Tickets Required
Enjoy contemporary art and interested in books? Join us for this workshop about Arts Publishing led by Whitechapel Gallery’s Head of Publications Evie Tarr.
Discover more about what working in arts publishing involves, including insights into the process behind making books like Exhibition Catalogues and artists’ books. We’ll pay a visit to an exhibition at the gallery and think about the relationship between art, exhibitions, and books.
No previous knowledge of the subject is necessary. Come along and discover if arts publishing might be something that interests you!
This free event is open to young people aged 15-24.
Find out more about our Youth Programme and our youth collective Duchamp & Sons here.
Please email Amelia Oakley, Curator: Youth Programmes on email@example.com if you have any questions or access requirements you would like to discuss ahead of this event
The Whitechapel Gallery publishes a diverse range of contemporary art catalogues, archival reprints and artist’s books, as well as the successful Documents of Contemporary Art series of critical anthologies co-published with The MIT Press.