Wednesday Walkthrough: Assemble + Schools of Tomorrow: The Place We Imagine

an install shot of a large red and grey slide in a gallery
Assemble and Schools of Tomorrow: The Place We Imagine, installation view at Nottingham Contemporary, 2022. Courtesy Nottingham Contemporary. Photo: Stuart Whipps.
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Join us for a Wednesday Walkthrough – a gallery tour where artists, experts, researchers and academics give short talks in their field of expertise relating to the concepts explored in our exhibition.

Dr Karen Chantrey Wood is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences, Nottingham Trent University. Her main research interests are in the areas of Creative Education and Early Years Education and focus on how children (and students) begin to learn and think creatively. She is particularly interested in learning environments and organisation; how teachers, creative practitioners and children interact, and how narratives can be used to promote creativity.

About the event

Free. Limited Capacity.

Booking is required.

We are unable to provide British Sign Language interpretation for this event.

The duration of the event is one and a half hour. A rest break is not included. Seating is available.


Find information about getting here and our building access and facilities here.

Speakers will use microphones.

This event will take place in the gallery spaces which are wheelchair accessible.

There are no audio descriptions for this event, although staff will be explaining and describing art works.

If you have any questions around access or have specific access requirements we can accommodate, please get in touch with us by emailing or phoning 01159489750.

Safety during your visit

Due to COVID precautions, we will not be offering a group social conversation in the café after this event as normal.

Please do not attend this event if you/someone in your household is currently COVID-19 positive, has suspected symptoms, or is awaiting test results.

Please observe social distancing, leaving 2 metres between yourself and other visitors and staff.

Staff and visitors are encouraged to wear a face mask in all areas (unless medically exempt).

You can find more details about how we're keeping everyone safe here.

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