Exhibitions, workshops tours

11th October 1996 at 01:00
* Rachael Whiteread Tate Liverpool until January 5 1997. Throughout the show there are two-hour artist-led discussion seminars for secondary schools. October 18, a studio day for teachers will highlight different ways of making sculpture from modelling to assemblage. Booking and information: 0151 709 3223. Architectural Association Model of Holocaust Memorial Exhibition London November 7 - December 12. Phone 0171 636 0974

* Inside the Visible curated by Catherine de Zegher at The Whitechapel Gallery, east London, today to December 8. Today teachers' preview. October 16 primary Inset: October 30 secondary Inset. From October 29 to November22, two-hour intrepretive and practical workshops will be led by women artists for primary, secondary and special needs students. Saturdays November 9 and 16, full day workshops for GCSE students. November 26-29, two-hour discussion based sessions for A-level, GNVQ and BTEC students. November 1 all day symposium for foundation, advanced GNVQ and access students. Booking: 0171 522 7855

* Rubies and Rebels: Jewish Female Identity in Contemporary British Art Concourse Gallery Barbican, London, until November 10. Practical workshops for schools from primary to sixth form will be artist led and can be arranged by phoning Linda at the Spiro Institute on 0171 431 0345 Sunday November 10 Barbican symposium on Jewish women in visual culture. Information from Sarah Phillips at Museum of Women's Art : 0171 251 4881. Booking : 0171 638 8891, information on adult programme from cinema to music: 0171 722 6964. Tour starts at Leeds University Gallery and Leeds Metropolitan Gallery from November 22 - January 10 1997 Leeds Symposium on December 8 with information: 0113 2335197

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