January – April 2022
The Whitechapel Gallery is committed to making all of our events as accessible as possible for every audience member. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to discuss a particular request and we will gladly discuss with you the best way to accommodate it.
Access information for specific events are listed on the corresponding event pages.
Information about access on site at the gallery is available here https://www.whitechapelgallery.org/visit/access/
This includes information about Lift access; Borrowing wheelchairs & seating; Assistance Animals; Parking; Toilets and baby care facilities; Blind & Partially Sighted Visitors; Subtitles and transcripts; British Sign Language (BSL) and hearing induction loops; Deaf Messaging Service (DMS).
January – April 2022
Through live events and digital projects, Ways of Knowing is a programme of art and ideas that explore alternative ways of thinking about our relationship to the world. Whose voices are listened to and whose are ignored? What value might we find in ideas previously considered as weird, wrong or unimaginable? Offering opportunities for conversation and exchange, the programme asks what we know about the world and how we come to know it.
This spring Ways of Knowing explores ideas around work and process, inspired by A Century of the Artist’s Studio. How are notions of creative work changing? What forms of work do we respect and value? How are artistic processes shaped by studios, schools, cities and other environments? Can we reimagine how creative spaces might look in the future? Join artists, architects, writers, filmmakers and critical thinkers as we explore these questions together.
For more information and to register for upcoming events, please visit whitechapelgallery.org/events or call +44 (0)20 7522 7888.
This programme is part of Ways of Knowing: Imagining Other Futures.
The White Review Presents: Art and Literature in Conversation
Thu 10 Feb, 7pm
Updated weekly, Important Books presents crucial manifestos, read aloud by children – those who will shape the future. Among this season’s selections are urgent ecological texts from Agnes Denes, Gary Snyder and the Alcatraz Native American Occupation.