You are invited to a private view to explore the new chronological hang and experience the new Learning spaces at Tate Britain.
Exploring learning, access, inclusion and difference in education, the Learning Private View takes an expanded look at Special Educational Needs in schools and galleries.
Encounter interventions and performances with artists Chloe Cooper, Shaun Doyle, Sam Keogh, Louisa Martin and Mónica Rivas Velásquez, including films, conversations an in-gallery workshop and a punk silent disco.
View the gallery’s new Timeline created in collaboration with students from St Gabriel’s school and pick up our latest artist-devised resources As If and Platform.
Attend Nick Addison’s talk, University of the Arts London (CLTAD), around transgression and difference within the educational system, drawing out questions on how we learn to frame the evening’s events.
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T: 020 7887 8888 (option 3)