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  • Teachers' activity in the gallery, Tate Britain, 2014 © Tate

    Teachers’ activity in the gallery, Tate Britain, 2014

    © Tate

  • Summer School workshop Turbine Hall

    Teachers work together during Summer School CPD

    ©Ana Escobar, Tate.

  • Teachers use Material in Summer School 2014

    Teachers engage with material at the Summer School CPD session at Tate Modern

    ©Anna Escobar,Tate

  • Particcipants add to the chalk board during Summer School 2014

    Tow participants add there reflections during the Summer School CPD programme 2014

    ©Oliver Cowling, Tate

  • Learning Easter School Workshop

    © Ana Escobar

  • Tate Britain Teacher's private view

    © Oliver Cowling

  • Learning Easter School Workshop

    © Ana Escobar

Following a successful pilot year in 2014, for 2015, we are inviting a group of 10–15 teachers to join us, alongside artists, curators and educators, to form a collaborative community of shared conversations. Through a series of workshops we hope to develop an ongoing dialogue around art and education, where multiple voices, ideas and approaches are held in one room.

If you would like to join Common Projects 2015 please send an expression of interest, no longer than 250 words, stating why this opportunity appeals to you.

Please include your name, role and school. We welcome applications from teachers from all types of school settings and levels of experience including trainee teachers.

We are interested in teachers who:

  • Have an interest in sharing their practice
  • Like working collaboratively
  • Have a desire to discuss current issues and debates in art and education in a group environment
  • Are able to commit to six sessions in 2015 (see dates outlined below) hosted at Tate Modern or Tate Britain, or nearby

Session dates

Friday 10 April 2015, 10.00-14.00 (including lunch)
*Remaining dates all 17.00-20.00
Tuesday 23 June 2015
Tuesday 15 September 2015
Tuesday 10 November 2015
Tuesday 19 January 2016
Tuesday 8 March 2016

Please email your statement of interest to common.projects@tate.org.uk by Sunday 8 March 2015.