Learning

Contact the learning team:
ali@autograph-abp.co.uk

Autograph ABP offers free learning opportunities to education and community groups exploring issues around photography, human rights, identity and diversity.

We provide free thought-provoking and enjoyable workshops and events in a friendly and accessible environment. All ages and abilities are welcome. 

Gallery tours
Exhibition Tours & Workshops

Rivington Place / London / UK

Free, booking essential

Free guided tours for education and community groups to explore our latest exhibitions.

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Elders Archive Sessions with Tea and Cake

Rivington Place / London / UK

Free, advance booking essential

We invite Elder groups for a special viewing of our photographic archive over tea and cake.

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The Missing Chapter: Black Chronicles
Exhibition in a Box

Available now

The Exhibition In A Box provides a photography pop-up archive exhibition display and versatile learning tool-kit, intended for use across a diverse range of spaces, including community centres, schools, colleges, public libraries and other resources such as local archives.

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The Missing Chapter: Black Chronicles
Web App

www.themissingchapter.co.uk

A new free online resource featuring 300 of the earliest photographs portraying people of African, Caribbean and South Asian descent during the Victorian era in Britain.

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Black Victorians
Outreach Workshops

Free, advance booking essential.

A workshop delivered at your school/venue for students (ages 8 - 18) to explore rare 19th century photographs portraying black lives and migrant experiences during the Victorian era in Britain.

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Thinking differently
Outreach workshops

Free workshop at your school

A free workshop delivered at your school/venue for students (ages 8 - 18) to explore themes of cultural identity and human rights through Autograph ABP’s diverse photographic archive.

Free, advance booking essential.

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Key Stages 2 -5
Archive Learning Resource

Comprised of 40 image reproductions, a series of posters, teachers' booklets, worksheets and a contextualised timeline (print and online), the Archive Learning Resource offers schools and colleges a unique opportunity to use a distinctive collection of diverse photographic imagery produced in Britain since 1945.

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