We deliver a programme of creative learning projects, inspired by our exhibition programme and annual themes.
Our programme aims to develop an on-going dialogue with the local community, schools, youth groups and art colleges, encouraging active participation in a range of creative projects and the exchange of ideas relating to issues of culture and society. Projects and workshops are led by London-based artists and visiting artists from across the Middle East and North Africa regions.
Artist Dia Batal is leading a programme of family fun workshops taking place monthly at The Mosaic Rooms in 2018. These cultural workshops are aimed at children aged 4-11 and their families. These usually take place on the last Saturday of the month. Check the events listing to find out what’s coming up.
The Mosaic Rooms are piloting free art workshops for schools inspired by the exhibition programme. These sessions are aimed at local state secondary schools. If you would like your school to take part contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
The Mosaic Rooms are piloting workshops with local youth organisations. If your organisation would be interested to take part, please contact email@example.com.
Past Learning and Engagement Projects
Details of a selection of our past Learning & Engagement projects can be found here. Below is an e-catalogue from the 2012-13 projects delivered under the thematic of HOME.
“I learned how to use a professional camera for the first time… it’s opened an option in my career.” (Yusuf, participant at Mogadishu: Lost Moderns photography and poetry workshops)
“Outstanding show. Terribly moving.” (Visitor comment, Three Percent project)