The Education Room is available for schools to use free of charge, subject to prior booking. You can book the education room by emailing with details of your request. The space is set up in a functional classroom format, however, we are happy for school groups to move tables around to suit their purposes and for schools to clear the room of furniture altogether for more activity based classes. Basic materials are available for use in the education room. If schools wish to bring in oil/acrylic paints or other more messy materials, these can be used in the education room as well (please note that only pencils and drawing pads can be taken around the gallery floors).

The Observation Pyramid

Are orthodox sketchbooks not your thing?

Why not download the Observation Pyramid template, print it onto card and follow the simple instructions.

You can then take your new 3D tool around the gallery, recording your observations.

You can sketch, doodle or make notes!

You can also book a free art workshop at the gallery which would take place in the education room.


Education is pleased to announce the Open Age Art Exhibition which will take place from 6th to 12th August 2019. Open Age promotes a positive approach to ageing by providing weekly activities for anyone over the age of 50 in London, to remain mentally and physically active and meaningfully engaged in their community.

With the belief that art is socially binding, a blank canvas for connection with others, members who attended art classes across the three boroughs (Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham and Westminster) are coming together to exhibit their work in the Education Room at the Saatchi Gallery. The aim to celebrate new-found confidence, a new skill, or even a new hobby but most of all to showcase their shared creativity.

Exhibition opening dates & times:
Tuesday 6th August: 10am-6pm**
Wednesday 7th August: 1pm-6pm
Thursday 8th August: 10am-2.30pm
Friday 9th August: 10am-1pm/3-6pm
Sunday 11th August: 10am-6pm
Monday 12th August: 12-6pm

**Private View from 1-3pm for Exhibiting Members

'Start' 2018 Student Exhibition

11th -25th July 2019

The Saatchi Gallery is delighted to announce the arrival of our ‘Start’ 2019 exhibition, which will feature and celebrate work from our ‘Start’ partnership schools.

The ‘Start’ project at the Saatchi Gallery was originally part of Children & the Arts’ Start nationwide Programme. The programme was introduced into the gallery in 2014, establishing and cementing a firm relationship between participating schools and the Saatchi Gallery. This years’ programme ran from November 2018 through to July 2019 and included a range of activities focused on the theme of ‘Contrast’.

Programme structure:

Each school takes part in 3 in-gallery activity days, which included tours, in-gallery activities and practical workshops. The in-gallery tour and workshop days were focused on introducing students to the exhibitions on display, and encouraging them to critically analyse how they could use that work as a starting point when creating their own work. Exhibitions explored included Black Mirror, Kaleidoscope and upcoming summer exhibition Sweet Harmony. By engaging students directly in the gallery space, the programme also focuses on showing students how accessible and relevant galleries and museums are in the development of their own practice.

An exhibition of the work from the third workshop will be displayed in the education room from 11th to the 25th July 2019.

Laura Collins Exhibition

24th May - 7th June 2019

For the first annual Sloane Square Arts Festival for Dementia, during Dementia Action Week, Bristolian artist Laura Collins was commissioned to produce a series of Crochet sculptures inspired by 1950s packaging, these were exhibited in the Education space from 24th May to 7th June 2019 and received a great response from young and old alike.
For more information about Laura’s work please contact

Hybrid Icons: A Collection

Jan 10th - Feb 17 2019

Showing in the Education Room on the LG, this exhibition will showcase a collection of images made by students during the ‘Hybrid Icons’ workshop. Inspired by the work of John Stezaker, students were asked to create their own version of the artist’s ‘Mask’ series. Students transformed the identity of the original image and used collaging techniques to fashion alternative personas.

The exhibition features work from students of all ages and ability.

For further information on how to get involved with exhibiting your students work at the gallery contact:

The Daffodil Project 'Loss'

Jan 4th - Jan 7th 2019

'Loss' is a 4 day pop-up research piece, which will explore 'how cultural sameness affects beauty'.

PhD student and artist Marie Brenneis believes London’s built environment is a monochrome grey colour and that this built environment has increasingly become similar to an ‘immaterial’ digital world. Marie has created a Grey Garden, void of any colour and is inviting you to enter the space and share your emotional responses, commenting on whether the lack of diverse colour can affect imagination, mental health and well-being? In addition Marie is exploring uniformity and what the potential negative impacts are of this? This research is the key question in Marie's Practice based PhD.

About the Artist:

Marie Brenneis is a Visual Artist and Researcher. She is currently doing a Practice Based PhD in Fine Art at London Metropolitan University, where she explores 'Power Structures in Utilitarian Architecture & Design'. The installation will be open for the public to come and engage with, giving their own responses and feedback to the work. Feedback will form part of Marie’s PhD research.

The project will run daily from 11am – 5pm, from Jan 4th until Jan 7th, please note that on January 7th, the project will run from 11am – 2pm. For further information on the Installation and how to participate please contact

Entry is free

Amjad Alrufaie in association with The Worldwide Tribe

Dec 5 2018 – Jan 2 2019

The Worldwide Tribe first meet Amjad in 2017 in Turkey. He was working with the Worldwide Tribe as a translator in the refugee camps. In his spare time he would paint portraits of the Syrians he met in the camps. Following this, the Worldwide Tribe made a film about Amjad and the fact that he still creates against all odds. Amjad’s paintings capture moments of beauty, community and hope.

Amjad currently volunteers at TIAFI, an NGO in Turkey. TIAFI is focused on helping to support vulnerable woman and children through engagement and education, offering creative activities and a place to meet others. They are currently looking to establish a Community Centre where women can be trained in employment, whilst their children are helped into Turkish schools.

This exhibition will feature two strands of the artists’ work. One will showcase Amjad’s own paintings alongside artwork created by children he creatively supported at TIAFI. The other will showcase paintings of individuals he worked with when working together with the Worldwide Tribe.

In addition to his art Amjad also leads lots of art projects for kids and adults, which include teaching, painting murals with children, art competitions, exhibitions and art therapy.


"TIAFI is a registered charity working in Turkey. We pay regular visits to refugee families in the local area to see how they are doing and if we can provide ongoing assistance with food, medical care, education and work. At TIAFI you can find all nationalities working together, pitching in side-by-side and sharing ownership of our projects

The Worldwide Tribe:

"We use creative storytelling to bring a personal, human perspective to the issues that people want to know about while investing in grassroots projects that make a direct difference to the lives of those in need

Black History Month 2018
Townley Grammar Student Exhibition

Oct 1st - Nov 19th 2018

In celebration of Black History Month, the Saatchi Gallery is pleased to present work created by students at Townley Grammar.

Showing in the Education Room on the LG, the exhibition will showcase a sea of images, which focus on depicting some of the student’s favourite figures from historical and contemporary culture. All works were completed by YR 8 students. They explored the work of artist Shepard Fairey as a starting point, adopting his use of bold colour and monochrome contrasting as a method for creating a striking visual impact. The size and number of pieces also adds a sense of endless community.

For further information on Townley Grammar please visit:

For further information on how to get involved with exhibiting your students work at the gallery contact:

St Paul's C of E Primary School Drawing Exhibition

Aug 28th - Sep 7th 2018

The Saatchi Gallery is pleased to announce the YR 5 (Obsidian class group) drawing exhibition. Pupils and teachers from St. Paul’s C of E Primary School visited the gallery for a tour and workshop earlier this year. Working in amongst different types of art work, including the work of other students, inspired the pupils from St. Paul’s to create a series of drawings, which will now have their own exhibition run in the Education Room on the LG. The exhibition showcases a range of different drawing materials including graphite, colouring pencils and felt tip pens.

The room will be open each day to the public for general viewing.

St. Paul’s C of E Primary School:

"We aim to maximise children’s individual potential through respect and inclusion; outstanding practice in teaching and learning and a broad and enriching creative curriculum" St Paul's Head Teacher

Outcomes from their visit to the Saatchi Gallery:

Pictured above are Roepstorff inspired outcomes from the YR 5s visit to see Known Unknowns at the Saatchi Gallery. The collages where created at the gallery as part of a practical workshop.

St. Anthony's Prep Student Exhibition

Aug 13th - 24th 2018

The Saatchi Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of St. Anthony’s Prep student Exhibition in the Education Room on the LG.

Originally on display in the school's JH Hall, this exhibition showcases a range of 3D work created by Year 6 pupils, for the Fourth Plinth School’s Award 2018. Not only did the students participate, but this is also their fourth year in a row to be featured in the final. In addition, the school also saw a winning entry with ‘Mammoth’, noted for its “striking minimalism” (below). The Education Department is delighted to be exhibiting these innovative and skilful pieces of Art and Design, which showcase young talent in the field of creativity.

In addition to be being selected to show here at the gallery, the work can also be viewed on the London Assembly website.

'Start' 2018
Student Exhibition

June 30th - July 19th 2018

The Saatchi Gallery is delighted to announce the arrival of our 'Start' 2018 exhibition, which features and celebrates work from 8 of our 'Start' partnership schools.

The 'Start' project at the Saatchi Gallery was originally part of Children & the Arts' Start nationwide Programme. The programme was introduced into the gallery in 2014, establishing and cementing a firm relationship between participating schools and the Saatchi Gallery. This years' programme ran from January 2018 and included a range of activities focused on the theme of 'Identity'.

Showing in the Education Room on the LG.

Further information on the programme can be found on our Schools Projects & Workshops page.

Wetherby Senior School
Year 7 & 8 Graphic Design Exhibition

June 22nd, 4-5.45pm

Drumbeat School & ASD Service Student Exhibition

May 19th - June 21st 2018

The Saatchi Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Drumbeat School and ASD Service’s student Exhibition. The exhibition, which originally showed in Drumbeat School, showcases a variety of 2D and 3D art focused on London (historical and contemporary), as well as nature.

The diversity of work on display in this exhibition highlights the schools dedication to creative exploration and team work. Drumbeat serves boys and girls aged 4-19 who have been diagnosed with Autism.

"We aim to meet the needs of very special children and young people and support them to make continued progress in their learning and acquisition of life skills. Our vision is simple – to put our children and young people first every time. We believe that all our children should leave Drumbeat independent, confident, caring, ambitious, courageous, safe, respectful, resilient and successful" Drumbeat

The exhibition will be on display in the gallery’s Education Room on the LG.

For further information on Drumbeat School & ASD Service please visit:


APRIL 16 - APRIL 27 2018

The Saatchi Gallery is pleased to present an immersive collaboration between students from Chessington Community College and Bounce Theatre.

Loneliness in the City features the work of 10 Year 10 drama students. The students together with the support of Bounce Theatre, have conceived a city through the eyes of the lonely.

The piece, which will be installed by the students into the Education Room on the LG, will blend stories, visual art and photography to highlight the hidden stories of loneliness that seep into the walls of a city.

The work originated from a commission from The Royal Borough of Kingston, looking at young people’s views on urban living. They have focused on themes of mental health and well-being. Through the project 165 children and young people will achieve their Arts Award.

This event is FREE

For information on performance times and how to get involved please contact

Bounce Theatre and the Saatchi Gallery:

Bounce creates opportunities for people to be creative. Bounce make theatre alongside installations, celebrations and opportunities for everyday creativity. All strands of their work are co-created with participants, animating their spaces with creative action.

Bounce’s aim is to ensure creativity remains personal and a sustainable part of life.

"We think accessing your creativity is a vital act of self-care, contributing to happiness. It is also an opportunity to spark curiosity, conversation and a sense of community" Bounce Theatre

Bounce previously worked with the Saatchi Gallery in 2015 for the project Urban Stories. This was an interdisciplinary project which explored urban art heritage. Students from Hounslow worked together to design, create and install an original exhibit for the Saatchi Gallery, incorporating a variety of 2D art, drama and digital art, which recognized the urban art movement.

Urban Stories at the Saatchi Gallery, 2015.

For further information on Bounce Theatre please visit:

Lead Creative Schools Scheme Exhibition
March 21st - May 24th 2018

The Saatchi Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of the Lead Creative Schools Scheme, which will be showing in both the Education Room on LG and in the Education Gallery on L2. The exhibition will feature a range of work from pupils from Pencoed Primary School and artist Haf Weighton.

Launched in 2015, the Lead Creative Schools Scheme project invited artists to go in to schools to work on long and short term projects, as part of using creativity to raise attainment in core subjects such as Numeracy and Literacy. Thousands of schools in Wales have benefitted from this unique project, which has promoted both pupils core skills and creativity. The project is funded by the Arts Council of Wales and is called The Arts Council of Wales Lead Creative Schools Scheme.

Featured in this exhibition, artist Haf Weighton worked for over a term in the Welsh Valleys with Pencoed Primary School. The project she led was based around using textile art to raise attainment in numeracy and around raising self-esteem amongst a core group of children.

The group of Year 4 children (originally 18, but grew to 80 children in total), were learning about the Stuarts as their theme for the term. The children designed their own versions of the Union Jack and created drawings to represent their interests and identities. The numeracy element of the project included using symmetry and long division to work out composition and pattern, as well as running a successful Stuarts tea party (with a shop run by the students within it) at the school.

The children’s work was originally exhibited at Hearth Gallery in Wales. In taking part in this project, teachers at Pencoed Primary saw a significant increase in the children’s academic levels when they completed their national tests at the end of the academic year. The opportunity to see their work up in a professional gallery also saw a marked difference in the children’s self-esteem. Many pupils had never visited a professional gallery before.

As part of the exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery, pupils will be invited to travel up from Wales and attend an activity led tour and presentation of their exhibition.

For further information on the Lead Creative Schools Scheme please visit:

For further information on the artist Haf Weighton please visit:

The Worldwide Tribe & RainStations Foundation present: 'On Rain'
Feb 28th - March 6th 2018

Image: Alan Schaller

RainStations and The Worldwide Tribe come together in collaborating with artists whose work focuses on rain. The exhibition, which will showcase a series of warm tone photographs, aims to highlight the plight and raise awareness of the Refugees in the Pikpa Camp on Lesvos.

The Worldwide Tribe, whose humanitarian work is led by Jaz O’Hara, supports refugees around the world. The RainStations Foundation work focuses on rain. Having visited the Pikpa Camp, both wish to support the camp in enabling a rainwater harvesting system to be installed on the site.

"Working together to maintain our garden is an important part of daily life at Pikpa. Gardening provides a vehicle of cultural and educational sharing as well as a feeling of dignity, control and family life for our residents. The opportunity to plant, grow and harvest vegetables or herbs as well as work together have enabled us to either engage residents existing skills, build new ones or provide a level of psycho-social support and integration" Pikpa

Maria Zachariades from the RainStations Foundation and Vassilis Mathioudakis, a photojournalist from Athens, have curated 23 photographs for ‘On Rain’. Each photographer involved in the exhibition have generously donated their work to this project.

All photographs have been created as salt prints by Craig Austin at Vimpt. Vimpt combines techniques developed by William Fox Talbot in the 1830’s, with the highest quality handmade French paper and modern digital negatives to produce unique prints.

As part of 'On rain' a video installation entitled "One Day, I Will Stop Crying" by artist Jade Chorkularb will be showing in the Education Room on the LG floor from Feb 7th-17th. This video installation was inspired by interviews with refugees talking about their rain at the Pikpa Camp and recordings of refugees singing.

RainStations invite you during this exhibition to share your rain on Instagram with hashtag 'on_RAin'.

Townley Grammar Student Exhibition
Jan 5th - Jan 26th 2018

The Saatchi Gallery is pleased to present Townley Grammar’s 2017 Summer Exhibition. The exhibition, which originally showed in Townley Contemporary Gallery, showcases a variety of Art, Design Technology & Textile work made by GCSE & A Level Students.

The diversity of work on display in this exhibition highlights the schools dedication to creative exploration and concept development. Methods and materials explored include painting, drawing, mixed-media, sculpture, ceramics, embroidery and printmaking.

The exhibition will be on display in the gallery’s Education Room on the LG.

For further information on Townley Grammar please visit:

Element: Arts Projects Exploring Purpose, Motivation and Creativity with Care Leavers
Jan 8th - Jan 25th 2018

On display in the Education Gallery on Floor 2

The Saatchi gallery is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition of In My Element.
Element (formerly STOREYS) is a youth organisation that runs creative arts project exploring purpose, motivation and creativity with care leavers. Element was set up by Alex and Elo, two friends who wanted to inject more joy, inventiveness and aspiration into the care system. Element is focused on providing “care leavers with the space to express, reflect and discover. Through this we can change the narrative: focusing on improving outcomes and recognising care leavers for the resilient and creative individuals that they are”.
Participants of an Element project will find out their key strengths, their life passions, what makes them tick, what success feels like to them, and what emotional stability looks like in their own lives. At the end of each project, participants are invited to take part in an exhibition to showcase the incredible work they have created. Autumn 2017 saw Element undertaking their first project with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. All work in this exhibition is part of that process.

In My Element
“In My Element” is the product of an Element project by care leavers from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The diversity of voices, cultures and experiences are reflected through the artwork. As a group, audience members are invited to contribute to the work by answering questions, which have placed around the space. Tweet your answers to @elementproject_
Twitter: @elementproject

Nov 16th - Dec 31st 2017

The Mask Prize will be on display in the Education Gallery on Floor 2 and will move to the Education Room on LG from Dec 1st - Jan 5th 2018.

The MASK Prize is an annual competition with prizes for schools and young people under the age of 25 living in Africa and people of African origin living outside the continent. The competition ignites and celebrates their creativity - inventiveness, ingenuity, innovation, resourcefulness and outside-box thinking. The prize was created by Alla Tkachuk in 2012 with the aim of promoting and encouraging creativity amongst young people and schools in Africa.

This year the MASK Prize celebrates its 5th year! In 2017 it received more than 2000 works from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and South Africa. Since 2013, the competition has attracted more than 6,500 participants. Its exhibitions have been seen by 450,000 people in Kenya and beyond.

Participants enter works online into the following categories:
Visual Art under 13 y/o
Visual Art under 25 y/o
Entrepreneurial Ideas

"The MASK Prize is a unique pan-African competition, which encourages and celebrates the creativity of young Africans. Marking the MASK Prize's 5th year and the Portfolio's 10th year, and sharing a common theme, 'Making a Change', this is a great opportunity for young people across the two continents to come together and express their ideas and thoughts on the changes they would like to see in the world to better their lives. In a time of rapid global change, our survival will depend on new generations being empowered to generate new solutions for a more peaceful, prosperous and fulfilled life." Alla Tkachuk, the Founder of the MASK Prize

"The MASK Prize motivates us to be more creative and makes us better for it," say participants.

The MASK Prize is a non-for-profit programme pioneered by a UK education charity MASK that strengthens creativity and innovation of young people to improve their employability and leadership,

The Saatchi Gallery provides support with judges for the competition and by holding an exhibition of the finalists work.

April 28th- May 8th

Danny Lowe in association with The Worldwide Tribe at the Saatchi Gallery

The notorious ‘Jungle’ camp in Calais may have been demolished...but its residents, thankfully, live on.

The community may have been scattered, but with resilience and perseverance despite all adversity, people have rebuilt what they can from the ashes.

In the surrounding areas of Calais, baby ‘Jungles’ have formed and become home to the youth of today that know no limits. These real-life superheroes, who represent the victims of the world’s worst atrocities, take every knock that life could bring and continually get kicked when they are down, yet continue to smile. With dignity, and with style.

Meet the most eligible, employable young men you will ever come across.

Polite, charming, courageous and strong, these victims of war and persecution welcomed us into their makeshift shelters with open hearts and cups of tea.

From the England flag embroidered onto a pair of tracksuit bottoms, to a plastic cross around a neck, the subtle indications of hope shone quietly at me through the mud.

World Encephalitis Day exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery

A devastating brain condition and the impact it has on survivors and family members was the theme for a show in the education room in December and early January.

Artists from the U.S.A., Italy, Australia, Ireland and the U.K. were featured in The Encephalitis Society’s World Encephalitis Day exhibition.

Dr Ava Easton, the Chief Executive of The Encephalitis Society, said: "Earlier this year we asked our supporters to tell us what the world should know about encephalitis for a short film, digital art and photography competition to celebrate World Encephalitis Day on February 22. We had more than 80 entries from across over the globe, all of which explore what life is like after encephalitis, an inflammation of the brain. They were truly inspiring."

"We were delighted when The Saatchi Gallery turned around and said 'yes.' To have the support of such an esteemed venue has been fantastic for us and for our artists," added Dr Easton.

The exhibition was launched in London on Thursday, December 15, with artists across the world all turning up for the evening.

Lizzie Kehr, 15, travelled to London from Nebraska after winning the short film category.

"It’s like a dream, visiting London," she said. "To have my art in a gallery is mind blowing. It’s great to see the work and put a face to the other artists that have been through similar things to me. Art has been an outlet for me. I can’t do other things that I used to love. But I can do this. Now I can invest more into that I used to be able to do."

The winner of the digital artwork category, meanwhile, said her aim is to raise awareness of the condition.

"My goal once my son became ill was to let everyone know about encephalitis and what better way to do that than the #ShowYouKnow exhibition," said Leslie Padgett, of Texas. "It's an honour to be here, very special to me and my family."

Dr Easton said: "Their artwork really helps you to understand the impact that an acquired brain injury can have on individuals and their families. We hope that all our artists will continue to express themselves into the future and educate the public about this relatively unknown condition."

For more information about encephalitis, visit

  There were entries in short film, digital art and photography

  Alessia Bellino was the subject of the winning photograph by her partner, Marco Pirani.

  Dr Ava Easton, the Chief Executive of The Encephalitis Society, presents an award to Lizzie Kehr, the winner of the short film category.

  Artists from all over the world entered the #ShowYouKnow competition for World Encephalitis Day 2016

'Joke and Dream Pictures' Artrack Group Show at Saatchi Gallery
Thursday 14 January to Friday 5 February, 10am-6pm

Michael Byrne ‘Zip Face’ Acrylic paint on canvas on board, 38x30cm, 2015

Artrack is a National Autistic Society day service located in Gravesend, Kent, that provides a creative space and workshop for autistic adults. The people who attend are encouraged to make art that is specific and unique to them as an individual. Through the application and use of various mediums including painting, printing, sculpture, wood work and embroidery, they get to have fun and are given the chance to discover new techniques and develop their own personal language.

This exhibition will celebrate and demonstrate some of the unique creations made by people who are supported by the Artrack service.

Darrell Hawkins, Art Coordinator at Artrack, who recently had a solo exhibition at the Saatchi gallery and will be curating the show says: “Every day I see the positive impact that art can have on autistic peoples’ lives. It’s wonderful to see their confidence developing and the sense of achievement that creating a piece of work you’re proud of can have on someone”.

“The work we produce at our service continuously fascinates and inspires me. Autistic people see the world from a different perspective, which means many of them are really creative. It’s amazing to have this glimpse into a completely original way of looking at the world.”

The title of this exhibition was given by Charlotte Lowery, one of the artists that attends Artrack and who will feature in this exhibition. ‘Joke and Dream Pictures’ is what Charlotte calls her paintings, a lot of her subject matter is based on things she finds interesting and funny. Hence ‘Joke’ and ‘Dream’ describes the creative process and the use of her imagination to conjure up ideas.

Over one in 100 people in the UK have autism, a lifelong condition which affects how people relate to others and the world around them. Autism affects each individual in a different way, which means that the range of support needs for people on the autism spectrum is vast: some people may need minimal assistance to live independently, while others may have complex needs which must be supported 24/7.

The National Autistic Society has 50 years of expertise providing specialist support directly to people on the autism spectrum. For more information about the National Autistic Society and the wide variety of autism-specific services they provide, please go to

EPIC CIC Exhibition

It was excitement all round for the winners of this year’s Epic CIC Art Explosion competition as they witnessed their artworks being unveiled at the Saatchi Gallery on 17th June. The Education Gallery exhibition featured the work of budding young artists Sarah Bagheri, Harold Honrada, Olga Bokan and the Disability Arts Group. They were joined for the launch by the Deputy Mayor of Kensington and Chelsea, Councillor Marie-Therese Rossi as well as their family, friends and Epic Partners.


The Disability Arts Group came back for a workshop at the Gallery with artist Dmitri Galitzine. Inspired by artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo, the group created individual portrait sculptures using fruit and vegetables before producing a large scale collaborative artwork.

IN BETWEEN- An exhibition about personal journeys and boundaries

The concept and curation of the IN BETWEEN SHOW art exhibition is the product of a collaboration between two women artists, who happen to be an Arab and a pro-peace Israeli. Asmaa Alanbari and Eden Lazaness bring together artists from the UK and the Middle East, amongst other places. It is a subtle but assertive demonstration that art and life are stronger than conflict and extremism.

The artworks areabout going beyond boundaries. We are all on a personal journey, from where we are now to where we would like to get to. The interesting part is the state of in between, the crossing over, the spaces and places we go through in order to get somewhere better. The types of boundaries addressed in the show range from cultural to physical and the psychological. The show embraces the many mediums art can take, from painting to video, sculpture and installation.

Further information can be found on and

Exhibiting artists:
Samin Ahmadzadeh
Asmaa Alanbari
Cecile Emmanuelle Borra
Rafael Blasco Ciscar
Marilyn Collins
Flora Deborah
Tom Gal
Eden Lazaness
Laura Solomons
Anne White

Education Gallery Exhibition: Boogie Kids

Painting with a purpose

Boogie Kids started in August 2014 and are a small collective from Frome. Finn & Morgan are 11 years old, Susannah is 12 years old and Paloma is 8 years old. They paint every weekend and during their school holidays. They exhibited their artwork at the Saatchi Gallery in April.

"It all started last summer. We have all grown up playing on the same street as each other. The youngest of the Boogie Kids is 8 years old and the oldest is 12 - we all get on really well and spend a lot of time together. We started painting with a purpose in our school holidays, making hand-made cards and sending them to family and friends. It's been really good fun. People send us their personal messages to go inside the cards. We all paint or draw the cards, write the personal messages inside and post the cards. We have received orders from our neighbours in Frome, Bath, London, Dublin, Paris, Nairobi and LA.”

With the money they receive they decide which children need help. First they bought two goats via Save the Children. In November they bought a water filter for Syrian school children. Four weeks later they hand-drew and sold 30 Christmas cards and raised money for the Child Poverty Action Group (UK).

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