Our Learning programme offers intergenerational creative activities which are open to everyone.
In the gallery, offsite and online we develop workshops and activities for creating together through exploring place, materials and artist practice, working with groups, communities and artists to make new work together.
Through developing intuition, materials knowledge, working collaboratively and having fun we learn about the benefits of artistic practice in our own lives.
Our programme includes family workshops, creative sessions for adults with diagnosed mental health conditions, social events from those living with dementia and their carers, and school and community group visits to exhibitions and the Art Store.
We also run a professional development programme for artists of all levels, offering artist residencies, mentoring and opportunities for collaboration and showcasing work.
Please contact Esther Collins, Head of Learning, to find out more: