Embedding Contemporary Art in the Curriculum with Goldsmiths CCA

If you’re a teacher or educator wondering how to approach contemporary art and how to talk about it with young learners in the classroom, join Trish Scott, CCA’s Engagement Curator, and Neil Walton, subject leader for PGCE Art and Design at Goldsmiths, for a session which provides some suggestions.

Cost: Free

Date: 26th November 2020

Posted: 11/05/2020

Using the diverse and exciting exhibition programme of Goldsmiths CCA as a resource, CCA will set out a framework of big ideas that makes contemporary art more accessible for all.

If you’re puzzled about contemporary art and what to make of it, this session will show how contemporary art differs from modern or traditional approaches, and will help you develop a language and context for discussing this with young learners.

This event will take place online. You will be emailed with information on joining the conversation a day before the event is due to take place.

Within the session there will be time to reflect on your own classroom practice and needs, so on the day grab a cup of tea and jump online with any questions you may have.


For more information and to book your free place visit their event page.


Date: 26th November, 4.30-5.45pm

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