Join our artist-led workshops for students from all Special Educational Needs and Disabilities settings and Pupil Referral Units.
As part of the Aspire programme and for this academic year only, all workshops at Tate Britain will reflect on and respond to the work of John Constable through the lens of contemporary artists practice. Workshops are designed to encourage students to engage with art, culture and ideas and share their thoughts, aspirations and opinions in unique and diverse ways.
In the unique setting of Tate Britain workshops are led by artists who work at Tate over the course of a year and give students and teachers the opportunity to encounter historical, modern and contemporary artwork together. All sessions are tailored to accommodate your group’s particular requirements. By engaging in a series of practical and gallery-based activities, students are made to feel welcome, unhurried and inspired.
We recommend group sizes of up to ten depending on the needs of the group, supported by appropriate staffing ratios from the visiting organisation. An essential requirement for staff accessing SEND provision is to complete and return a questionnaire before visiting.
Aspire is a partnership programme enabling audiences of all ages to enjoy and learn more about the work of John Constable by touring Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows across the UK. Aspire is supported by Art Fund, and by National Lottery players through the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
A workshop day typically runs from 10.30 to 14.30 with an hour for lunch included (12.00 to 13.00) but all timings within this can be flexible to suit the needs of your group.
Orientation and lunch spaces are provided.
To make a booking:
To book call 020 7887 8888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We open workshop bookings one term in advance. Bookings for Autumn 2018 are open. Bookings for Spring 2019 will open in January 2019 after Christmas holidays.