Tate Modern Workshop

Still Moving A CPD event for photography teachers

Photo: Jon Nicholls

Photo: Jon Nicholls

Join in a creative professional event for photography teachers exploring movement and psychogeography in the gallery

What makes a gallery visit memorable? How might the journey to, from and within the gallery ‘move’ students and teachers emotionally, physically, spiritually, politically, or otherwise? Join Thomas Tallis School and PhotoPedagogy for creative professional development. Immerse yourself in photographic practice to explore the impact of journeying on our senses and experiences.

This CPD event is for teachers of photography who want to debate the important issues in our subject. You will develop your own practice with the support of artists Tereza Červeňová and Danny Treacy, embracing a spirit of experimentation and play. Organised by PhotoPedagogy in collaboration with The Photographers’ Gallery and Autograph ABP, participants will experience two days of provocative and stimulating practice-based activities.

Please click here for further information and booking.

About PhotoPedagogy

PhotoPedagogy is a network of photography teachers who are passionate about the subject and believe in its central importance in the curriculum.

Tate Modern

Tate Exchange

18 February: 10-12.00 - Southwark Room, Blavatnik Building, Level 5

12-16.00 - The Photographers' Gallery

19 February: 10-16.00 - Autograph ABP

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
Plan your visit

Dates

18 February 2019 at 10.00–16.00

19 February 2019 at 10.00–16.00

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