Artist Rooms

Learning

Explore the ARTIST ROOMS works through learning resources

Robert Mapplethorpe, ‘Patti Smith’ 1975
Robert Mapplethorpe
Patti Smith 1975
ARTIST ROOMS Tate and National Galleries of Scotland
© Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation
Francesca Woodman, ‘Untitled, Providence, Rhode Island’ 1975–8
Francesca Woodman
Untitled, Providence, Rhode Island 1975–8
ARTIST ROOMS Tate and National Galleries of Scotland
© and courtesy Charles Woodman / Estate of Francesca Woodman and DACS, 2019
Edward Ruscha, ‘Standard Study # 3’ 1963
Edward Ruscha
Standard Study # 3 1963
ARTIST ROOMS Tate and National Galleries of Scotland
© Ed Ruscha
Jeff Koons, ‘Winter Bears’ 1988
Jeff Koons
Winter Bears 1988
ARTIST ROOMS Tate and National Galleries of Scotland
© Jeff Koons
Robert Therrien, ‘No Title (Beard Cart)’ 2004
Robert Therrien
No Title (Beard Cart) 2004
ARTIST ROOMS Tate and National Galleries of Scotland
© Robert Therrien
Vija Celmins, ‘Concentric Bearings D’ 1985
Vija Celmins
Concentric Bearings D 1985
ARTIST ROOMS Tate and National Galleries of Scotland
© Vija Celmins

ARTIST ROOMS has four learning aims, which are:

  • To engage ‘new’ young audiences (13 to 25 years old) across the UK with the ARTIST ROOMS collection and artists, in a meaningful and enjoyable way.
  • To establish and maintain effective collaborations between curators, educators and other gallery staff to maximise the potential of ARTIST ROOMS and realise its key objectives.
  • To build and make available a body of learning material and resources with young people and about young people connecting with ARTIST ROOMS.
  • To explore sustainable ways of developing and maintaining communities of young learners engaged in ARTIST ROOMS and contemporary art.