SAATCHI GALLERY LEARNING

Saatchi Gallery is geared towards introducing a diverse audience to the cutting edge of contemporary art. The facilities at the Gallery and via our website endeavour to ensure that school and community groups receive the best possible on-site and outreach support to engage with the Gallery's exhibitions.

What learning programmes does Saatchi Gallery offer?

1. Self-guided visits
Saatchi Gallery welcomes schools, colleges, universities and community groups for self-guided visits to our exhibitions. Group bookings to be made in advance via the Learning team.
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2. Schools, Colleges & Universities
Our Learning programme offers tours, workshops, participatory projects, and the opportunity to exhibit artwork via the Education Gallery, for schools, colleges and universities.
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3. Communities
Saatchi Gallery works alongside local community groups to explore contemporary art and culture through participatory projects, workshops and exhibitions.
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4. Learning Gallery
Located on the top floor, we are proud to exhibit education and community groups' artworks to the public. With an accompanying online Saatchi Learning Gallery.
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5. Talks, Courses, Workshops
Saatchi Gallery offers an inspiring public programme of talks, workshops, and courses for all to engage with contemporary art at a deeper level.
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Opening Hours:

Saatchi Gallery is currently closed with plans to reopen on Weds 19 May 2021. For more details, including information about our upcoming programme, please visit our FAQs.


Thursday, 15 April 2021: COVID-19 / CORONAVIRUS UPDATE:

Following the UK Government’s latest announcement and easing of restrictions, Saatchi Gallery aims to open its galleries from Wednesday, 19 May 2021 with access to our Ground Floor exhibitions Artificial Isolation and Philip Colbert: Lobsteropolis.

Our summer headline exhibition, JR: Chronicles, will open across two floors of the Gallery on 4 June through to 3 October 2021. You can pre-book your tickets here.

The Gallery continues to prioritise the health and safety of its visitors and staff, and as such, there is limited capacity in the building and pre-booking is strongly advised. We ask that visitors abide by the Covid-19 guidance and measures.