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S is for Speaking Truth

A self-led resource to help you and your group explore text and spoken word in artworks

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P is for Position

A self-led resource to help you and your group discover the power to demonstrate their cares and concerns

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M is for Motif

A self-led resource to help you and your group tell your own story and create connections

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J is for Joining

A self-led resource to help you and your group develop individual responses to artworks

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H is for Howling

A self-led resource to help you and your group discover the power of expressing your own point of view

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B is for Broadcast

A self-led resource to help you and your group investigate the gallery and artworks through sound

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P is for Performer and Participant

A self-led resource to help you and your group discover the Performer and Participant display at Tate Modern

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L is for Living Cities

A self-led resource to help you and your group discover the Living Cities display at Tate Modern

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Animals in Art

Discover animal artworks and fun activities to use in your classroom

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Colour and Shape

How is colour and shape used to create art? Discover colourful artworks and fun activities to use in your classroom

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Looking differently at Constable

Take your time and look at Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows in new and surprising ways

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Thinking about gender and bodies

Find ways to structure discussions and activities to explore identity and gender

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Key Words

Use this resource to investigate how our experiences shape the way we make, talk about or interpret art

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Research skills and exam support

Designed to inspire ideas for research in the gallery, classroom and everyday life

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William Stott’s 'Le Passeur' (The Ferryman) 1881

Explore William Stott’s enigmatic painting Le Passeur (The Ferryman) 1881. Investigate its hidden symbolism and find out how life in ...