The Contemporary Art Week series offers a unique opportunity to meet and work with artists, experiment with new skills and materials, and gain behind the scenes insight into Whitechapel Gallery.
A week exploring art, and how to create a better, safer world for each other with artist Liv Wynter and artists from their live art night How to Catch a Pig.
A week of experimenting with different artforms, featuring guest workshops by The London Open 2022 artists Sandi Hudson-Francis, Abbas Zahedi, and William Cobbing.
A week of workshops exploring building a creative future, with artists and speakers including Hudda Khaireh, bare minimum collective, and Whitechapel Gallery staff.
A week of learning about creative careers through talks, visits and workshops with Whitechapel Gallery staff and industry professionals.
Artists Gabriela Boyd, Alexis Teplin, Rachel Pimm and Andrea Luka- Zimmerman led one day workshops on their practice. Participants experimented with artistic concepts and processes including painting, sculpture, mixed-media installation and creating board games.
Spanish artist Jordi Ferreiro introduced participants to performance art through games and play leading to the creation of site-specific pieces in the Gallery and on Whitechapel High Street.
Working with Graphic Design studio Hato Press, young people explored colour and design through typography, risograph printing and bookbinding.
Artists Sam Curtis, Caroline Walker, The Grantchester Pottery, Emma Hart and Dominic Hawgood led day-long workshops exploring their practice.