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Creative Learning

The Mosaic Rooms welcomes people of all ages to enjoy our creative learning programme which is inspired by our exhibitions and event programmes, and by how contemporary culture relates to our own lives.

The creative learning programme aims to develop an on-going dialogue with the local community, families, schools, and young people, 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 Arab world and beyond.

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


Families can create and explore The Mosaic Rooms with Family Fun workshops and exhibition activity guides. Families visiting The Mosaic Rooms can use the activity guide by artist Jumana Hokan to find their way about the exhibition Stateless Heritage.

In summer 2021 we commissioned an interactive art work for families in The Mosaic Rooms’ garden. Find out about Alaa Saatir’s art installation The dancers’ garden.

Upcoming Family Fun events

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 offer free art workshops to local secondary schools which are inspired by The Mosaic Rooms’ exhibition programme and the art of artists from the Arab world and beyond. If you would like to find out more about The Mosaic Rooms’ schools workshops please contact info@mosaicrooms.org.

Special Projects

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 workshops in dialogue with young people local to the gallery. 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 info@mosaicrooms.org.


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


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