Project Visible

Project Visible exhibition at Tate Modern sharing the ideas, thinking and learning of artist educators

Schools workshop at Tate Modern

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Project Visible is a two-week long exhibition to share the ideas, thinking and learning of the artists working on the schools workshops programme over the 2012–13 academic year at Tate Britain and Tate Modern. Tate schools workshops support students to gain a deeper enjoyment and understanding of art through working with practising artists and the Tate collection.

The exhibition aims to explore and make visible the learning that takes place within the programme, focusing on the intersection between the artists’ practices and their workshops. What might working with a practicing artist who is experimenting with their own processes of thinking and learning within the gallery afford young people?

In 2012–13 the workshops were led by:

Caroline Achaintre, Larry Achiampong, Judith Brocklehurst, Chloe Cooper, Shaun Doyle, Sam Keogh, Jenny Moore, Katie Schwab, Adam Walker and Francis Wasser

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