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21 September - 1 October 2016

Black Chronicles
Archive Laboratory

Learning

2 Oct - 5 Dec 2015

Schools & Community Groups
Artist-led Exhibition Workshops: Frantz Fanon

Rivington Place, London

Learning

2 October - 5 December 2015

Schools & community groups
Artist-led exhibition workshops: Rock Against Racism

Rivington Place, London

Events | Learning

Wed 29 - Fri 31 Jul 2015, 10am - 4pm each day

Art Activism Summer School

Rivington Place, London

Events | Learning

Sunday 9 Nov, 2-4pm

Photography Studio Workshop
Make your own Carte-de-Visite

Rich Mix, London

Events | Learning

Wednesday, 24 September 2014 4.30 - 6.30pm

A free CPD evening for teachers

Rivington Place, London

Learning

Free gallery tours

Rivington Place, London

Learning

27 November 2013

University of Richmond visit

Students on a Post-Blackness in the UK course visited Autograph ABP

Learning

[Autograph ABP’s Archive Learning Resource] is an excellent tool...fascinating to look at and allows for multiple interpretations. It can be difficult to find resources that reflect ethnic diversity in this open ended way, and so I would encourage other schools to seek out this resource.

Siri O'Neal, P4C Co-ordinator and Year Six Teacher

Archive | Learning

The archive positions the work in a historical context and that is really important. Young people will be able to see the work, see the histories, explore and be inspired.

Feedback for the Archive & Research Centre

Learning

Positive, even ordinary images of people of colour are very hard to find – great stimulus / discussion

Feedback for the Autograph ABP Archive & Research Centre Learning Resource

Learning

A lot of history seems very distant for young people and these images help to address that

Feedback for the Autograph ABP Archive & Research Centre Learning Resource

Learning

The group I worked with hadn’t previously attended any exhibitions on Black History. The experience was heightened by the fact that the children met one of the elders depicted in the exhibition and was able to talk to them about their life and being part of the exhibition.

Feedback from student visit to Rivington Place

Learning

inspiring...generated discussions that would be difficult to have anywhere else.

Feedback from school visit to the Ever Young: James Barnor exhibition at Rivington Place