Build your own InSET session block by block by drawing on the unique resources available at Tate Britain.
Developed exclusively for you and your colleagues to spend time together in a creative cultural space, within a flexible framework that suits your needs.
Personalise your day, choose from the following blocks:
Choose from either an artist-led workshop or a gallery debate.
A workshop in the gallery designed and delivered by a practicing artist, shaped by their particular approach, ideas and practice.
Take part in a debate in the gallery. Work with an artist or curator to explore and discuss the role of the artist, curator, critic and institution in creating meaning in art.
Time to pick up, test and discuss our range of artist devised resources with the Schools and Teachers Resource Coordinators. Includes Tate resources for you to take away.
A chance to explore this large aspect of Tate’s collection with a specialist member of staff. Look at drawings, watercolours and prints by British and international twentieth-century artists.
See Tate’s collection of British and International Artists books from the 1960s onwards in the new Library and Archive spaces. A chance to explore interesting materials and printing techniques with specialist staff.
Time for you – think/work/play. A meeting/studio space at Tate to use however you wish. Exchange this block for any of the sessions during the day or extend your day further by adding it on to the end! Please note that this needs to fit in within our gallery opening times.
‘Great resources for teachers, artist workshop gave me a lot to fantastic ideas.’
‘I really enjoyed the interactive activities. It made the art more real and personal.’
‘I will use the Tate website for ideas for activities in and out of the classroom.’
‘It was refreshing to be on the receiving end of the workshop. Good experience in view of understanding a workshop leaders technique.’
To book call +44 (0)20 7887 8888.
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