Teachers’ Preview: The Universal Adressability of Dumb Things
We invite you to join us for a free Teachers’ Private View and Workshop – and a well deserved glass of wine at the end of the working day. Our experienced Associate Artists will show you round the exhibition and give you plenty of ideas about ways you can use the exhibition with your students.
Turner Prize Winner, Mark Leckey, has curated this exciting major exhibition presenting a variety of works from leading artists, alongside traditional museum objects in the very different setting of a contemporary art gallery.
Part history, part fantasy, the exhibition groups a range of artworks and objects including a mummified cat and a Cyberman helment replica into four key themes - the body, animals, automotive and monsters.
There’ll be a chance to look through our free Teachers’ Resource Box, pick up copies of our Teachers’ Notes, chat about your own particular needs and take part in a practical workshop. Open to teachers of all subjects, it’s a great opportunity for some free CPD and to network with other local teachers.
Learning themes include - Technology, Science, Literacy (narrative, speaking and listening) Art History and Installation.
8 May : We will focus on Early Years, KS1, KS2 and students with Special Needs: Book your free place here
16 May: The focus will be on KS3, KS4 and FE level: Book your free place here
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