Exhibition Tours & Workshops
Free, booking essential
Free guided tours for education and community groups to explore our latest exhibitions.
A guided tour of our current exhibition Vasco Araujo Decolonial Desire led by an experienced member of Autograph ABP’s curatorial team
An introduction to the history of Autograph ABP’s work promoting culturally diverse photography including its archive of over 5000 images
The option of a workshop led by an artist educator to expand on and stimulate discussion of the exhibition’s themes
Suitable for a wide range of formal and informal groups including A-Level, FE & HE students, adult community groups, ESOL learners
Participants will be given an introduction to the current exhibition by an experienced member of our curatorial team. They will provide insights into the works on display and the artist's wider practice, as well as a short history of Autograph ABP’s work advocating the inclusion of historically marginalised photographic practices through exhibitions, publications and archive of culturally diverse British photography (ranging from 1860 to present).
We can also provide a workshop seminar devised and led by an experienced artist educator to facilitate a more in depth engagement with the exhibitions themes and Autographs work. This will involve both interactive discussion and hands-on making activities for participants. If you would like us to tailor sessions to your particular group needs such academic courses/modules please contact us in advance to discuss this option. We also welcome teachers and tutors to hold self-directed gallery visits with their students.
About tours and workshops
Guided tours last approximately 30mins.
Workshop include a guided tour followed by a discussion session lasting 1hr 30mins.
Both take place in the gallery at Autograph ABP, Rivington Place, EC2A 3BA.
Please note we require a minimum of 10 participants for a guided tour and/or workshop.
For formal education groups we expect tutors to accompany students to the gallery.
For booking and more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 020 7749 1266