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Creative Learning

Our creative learning 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.

If you are interested in a visit, workshop or talk for your school, community group or university, please get in touch at learning@mosaicrooms.org.


Children and families are always welcome at The Mosaic Rooms. You can visit anytime to play and explore with creative materials and sensory play activities. You can also attend one of our family workshops which are delivered by professional artists and play specialists.

From March 2022 we are reopening Alaa Saatir’s art installation The dancers’ garden. Read more about The dancers’ garden

Family Artist 2022

Sahra Hersi will join The Mosaic Rooms as our family artist for 2022. She will bring her thoughtful architecture and play practice to deliver our garden play commission this year. Sahra will also present two free drop-in play sessions for families in May and October this year. You can read more about Sahra’s family artist commission here

Upcoming family events

Our Family Artist Sahra Hersi leads a family friendly play session Play Space on 21 May at 2pm – you can book here

Family fun online

You can also enjoy some creative activities from The Mosaic Rooms at home. Watch our Family Fun videos on our Vimeo page.

Secondary Schools

The Mosaic Rooms works in collaboration with local secondary schools on special projects which are artist and participant-led, and which are purposeful and relatable to the lives of those taking part. You can visit The Mosaic Rooms with your school; get in touch to arrange this by contacting learning@mosaicrooms.org.

Special Projects

Between Here and There 

Between Here and There was a collaboration between students from Kensington Aldridge Academy and artist Harold Offeh which took place in January 2022. The group worked together to explore ideas of place and belonging through mapping, recording, and moving within spaces both inside and around this school and The Mosaic Rooms gallery which is in Earls Court. Read more about this project.


Lockdown Diaries: Over & Out

In summer 2021, The Mosaic Rooms worked with three local secondary schools on the project Lockdown Diaries: Over & Out. The project was led by artists Aya Haidar and Marwan Kaabour. During the month long project the artists invited students to use different story telling methods used by contemporary artists, to explore their personal experiences of the pandemic.


Read more about our 2021 schools project

Young People

The Mosaic Rooms are piloting projects in dialogue with young people local to the gallery. We aim for each project that we deliver, to be useful to and compassionate towards, the people who join us and take part.

IntoUniversity Arts Exploration Mentorship

In Spring 2022 we are excited to announce that we are partnering with IntoUniversity to support up to fifteen young people with an interest in the Arts. This support will include a visit to The Mosaic Rooms, a creative session with a professional artist, career support and mentorship.

IntoUniversity provides local learning centres where young people are inspired to achieve. At each local centre IntoUniversity offers an innovative programme that supports young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to attain either a university place or another chosen aspiration. Khadija Saye Arts at IntoUniversity continues the work of IntoUniversity with a focus on encouraging and supporting young people with an interest in the Arts.


Ikhtiar / Choice

In autumn 2021 we hosted a collaboration with young people from IntoUniversity and New Citizen’s Gateway in a project led by artists Zahra Tehrani and Nia Fekri. Find out more about their project Ikhtiar / Choice.

If your group or organisation would be interested in a visit or workshops, please contact learning@mosaicrooms.org.


We welcome adults from local community based groups for tailored, accessible exhibition tours. If your organisation would be interested please contact learning@mosaicrooms.org.


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