Schools, Colleges & Universities

The Gallery is currently CLOSED from 30 April - 9 June inc. If you are interested in visiting our VISION & VIRTUOSITY BY TIFFANY & CO exhibition 10 June – 19 August 2022 please send an expression of interest to education@saatchigallery.com

Saatchi Gallery invites schools, colleges and universities to visit our exhibitions and take part in our online and in-gallery Learning programme. For each major exhibition we produce online resources and digital engagement to assist your visit and provide information on the exhibition, artists, and artworks. We also provide in-gallery tours and workshops (subject to availability), and the opportunity to exhibit your artwork in our onsite and online Learning Gallery.

Self-guided tours only are available on request. Please email education@saatchigallery.com to discuss your group requirements.

To book a visit or workshop please download a group booking form and email it to the Learning team.

For other enquiries please email the Learning team or call on +44 (0)20 7811 3087.

PARTICIPATORY PROGRAMMES

Art Club
Organize an Art Club for your school, held at the Saatchi Gallery at regular times throughout term time. Participating students will gain the chance to become familiar with current exhibitions at the Gallery and engage in fun creative workshops. The gallery learning team will lead the workshops and provide materials. To organize an art club for your school contact the Learning team.
Start Programme
A secondary schools programme which runs over the academic year with a visit to the Gallery each term. Exploring the exhibitions on offer and partaking in gallery activities and creative workshops, working towards an end of year exhibition. If you would you like to register your interest in the programme or to find out more, please get in touch with the Learning team.

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.
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Online Learning Gallery
Newly launched online Learning Gallery to exhibit artwork created by education and community groups' in response to the Gallery’s exhibitions.

Our Saatchi Learning Instagram Gallery exhibit artworks created by education and community groups' in response to the Gallery’s exhibitions.

If you would like your work showcased on our Saatchi Learning Instagram account – please contact our Learning Team
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PAST

Exhibition: RHS Botanical Art & Photography Show 2022 (9 - 29 April 2022, Galleries 1 – 3)
Available: Free entrance for learners/community groups, workshops, tours

The Gallery Learning department led tours teach participants fun facts about the artists and their process and encourage discussions about the exhibition, giving participants the opportunity to share their opinion.
Participants are then given the opportunity to use our on-site learning studio to participate in group workshops in response to exhibition themes. They will get to use the exhibition as a jumping off point to invent their own fantasy plants collaboratively with other participants. They will combine observational drawing and collage, and learn scientific facts about plants, their functions, and cultural significance.

Get involved!
Please send completed booking form to education@saatchigallery.com
Please be aware that The Gallery will be CLOSED from 30 April to 9 June 2022 and we will not be facilitating school or community group visits during that time. If you are interested in visiting the VISION & VIRTUOSITY BY TIFFANY & CO exhibition with your group from 10 June to 19 August 2022, please send an expression of interest to education@saatchigallery.com.
Exhibition: America In Crisis (21 January – 3 April 2022)
Available: Free entrance for learners/community groups, workshops, tours

Gallery Learning department led tours encourage discussions about the exhibition and explore key exhibition themes including image consumption, civil rights, protest and climate change from a historic and contemporary perspective.
Participants are then given the opportunity to use our on-site learning studio to participate in group workshops in response to exhibition themes. Students will reimagine exhibition photographs through hands-on book making and collage.
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The Gallery is currently CLOSED from 30 April - 9 June inclusive.

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