The artist was fantastic and the children were engaged and interested and were prompted to talk about art and explore art in an interesting and active way – fabulous – would highly recommend it Autumn 2011
Tate schools workshops are devised and framed by artists with established practices, who value the opportunity to test out their thinking in relation to the artworks on display, in dialogue with young people.
Each workshop will take place in the gallery and will involve encountering artworks, looking, questioning and formulating responses. Artists bring a particular approach to looking at art and the content of each workshop will vary according to the artists particular approach and ideas.
In 2011–12 the workshops were led by:
Meera Chauda, Catherine Hughes, Louisa Martin, Monica Rivas, Eve Peasnall and Hana Tait at Tate Modern.
Encompassing a diverse range of practices including, installation, performance, painting, collage, film, drawing, animation, text, sound, site-specific art and photography, each artist operates from the distinct perspective of their own art practice.
Two workshops in each time slot per day (strict maximum of 16 students per group)
Each school can book up to two workshops per term
Groups must sign in at the gallery 20 minutes before the start time.