Schools, Colleges & Universities
As part of our charity mission, school, university, and community groups go free to ticketed shows curated by Saatchi Gallery.
Our on-site Learning workshop studio, dedicated Learning Gallery exhibition space, experienced learning team and online resources, all endeavour to ensure school, university and community groups receive the best possible support.
To book please fill out the group booking form here.
Saatchi Gallery proudly offers free entry to learners and community groups with the support of our Gallery sponsors.
Saatchi Gallery proudly offers offsite workshops run by our experienced art educators. We explore contemporary art through playful accessible activities and draw inspiration from art pieces that have been displayed at Saatchi Gallery by artists from all over the world. Participants get the chance to make their own artwork inspired by our recent and ongoing exhibitions.
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
Saatchi Learning Gallery
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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
Online Learning Gallery
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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
Tours: Groups are accompanied by a member of our Learning team who will provide unique insights and facts into the exhibition and featured artefacts to encourage group discussion and engagement.
Workshops: exhibition themed workshops including designing shop windows; Tiffany lamp inspired paper sculpture making; Tiffany love room inspired paper flower making; and jewellery design inspired experimental sketching.
Please send completed booking form to firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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.