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.
This summer, we invite you and your family to enter into the beautiful worlds of author Nadine Kadaan and musician Rihab Azar as we present book readings, family friendly activities and music sessions. These activities are inspired by the wonderful family sessions we have hosted in our galleries, and the ways we continue to connect and communicate in these unprecedented times.
Activities will be released every two weeks on a Saturday and can be found on this page as well as on our social media platforms.
Each session will be open to all and we will let you know what materials you might need. We will always try to make sure that any materials are simple and available in most households, where possible.
You can access the videos after they are first released, to make sure you can take part when it is right for you.
We would love to see and share what you create. Please use the hashtag #mosaicreates
The first activity is Storytime and Collage with Nadine Kadaan.
The second activity is Storytime and Sketch with Nadine Kadaan.
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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Past Learning and Engagement Projects
Details of a selection of our past Learning & Engagement projects can be found here