Communities

In kind support of Art Explora

Saatchi Gallery Learning works alongside local community organisations to engage diverse audiences with contemporary art and culture through participatory projects, workshops, and exhibitions. For each major exhibition we offer digital resources to support your visit and provide information on the exhibition, artists, and artworks. We also offer in-gallery tours and workshops (subject to availability), extended projects, and the opportunity to exhibit your artwork in our onsite and online Learning Gallery.

If you are interested in your community organisation being involved in the Saatchi Gallery Learning programme please get in touch with the Learning team.

To book a one-off visit for your community group please download a group booking form and email it to the Learning team.

EXHIBITION RESOURCES

JR Chronicles: Educators' Exhibition Guide
To support your group visit and provide information on the exhibition, artist, and artworks.
When: Coming Soon

WORKSHOPS

JR Art & Activism: In-Gallery Workshop
In this one hour workshop we will respond to the work of JR and explore topical social themes using the technique of photomontage to build a narrative. Artwork produced can be submitted to our online Learning Gallery.
When: Coming Soon
Download Workshop Overview
JR Art & Activism: Offsite Project Brief
JR inspired artwork that can be created at school or at home, exploring topical social themes through narrative and photomontage. Artwork produced can be submitted to our online Learning Gallery.
When: Coming Soon
Download Workshop Brief Download Research Summary

DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT

JR Chronicles: Virtual Tour
For education groups to view the JR Chronicles exhibition that aren’t able to visit in person due to the current restrictions. After your virtual visit download the Offsite Project Brief and create some artwork to submit to our online Learning Gallery.

For education groups to gain access to the virtual tour please contact the Learning team.
When: Coming Soon
JR Art & Activism: Virtual Session
This virtual session will be live from the Gallery exploring the work of JR and the theme of art and activism. Creating narrative through the technique of photomontage. Artwork produced from the session can be submit to our online Learning Gallery.
When: Coming Soon
Download Workshop Overview

LEARNING EXHIBITIONS

Saatchi Learning Gallery
Located on the top floor of the Saatchi Gallery, we are proud to exhibit education and community groups' artworks to the public. If your group would like to get involved in the learning programme and exhibit their artwork please get in touch.
View our Learning Gallery
Online Learning Gallery
Newly launched online Learning Gallery to exhibit artwork created by education and community groups' in response to the Gallery’s exhibitions. To submit your artwork please download our submission guidelines.
View our Learning Gallery

EDUCATOR'S SESSIONS

Educators Preview Evening
Our Educators' Evenings offer a private view of the current exhibition and are a fantastic opportunity to become familiar with the artists and their work, and obtain ideas for your own teaching. You can also find out more about our learning programme and what we have to offer. To be informed of the next Educators Preview Evening please send us an email.
When: Coming Soon
CPD for Educators
Live from the gallery, this virtual session for educators will explore the JR: Chronicles exhibition and its themes. In collaboration with UAL, the session will be a combination of discussion and practical exploration that will support educators in their delivery to their learners.
Session 1: 1 February, 2pm - 4pm
Session 2: 8 February, 2pm - 4pm
Price: £99
PLEASE NOTE THAT IN LINE WITH GUIDANCE FROM PUBLIC HEALTH ENGLAND , THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED. PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES.
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Opening Hours:

Saatchi Gallery is currently closed. For more details, including information for JR: Chronicles ticket holders, please visit our FAQs.


Tuesday 5 January: COVID-19 / CORONAVIRUS UPDATE:

Following the UK Government’s latest announcement, Saatchi Gallery will be closed until further notice.

We will continue to review the situation, follow the guidance of Public Health England and announce our reopening date in due course.

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We look forward to welcoming you back soon.