Serpentine Education redefines the role of the arts during periods of transition and social change. We connect communities, artists and activists to generate responses to pressing social issues.
The programme is guided by four questions:
How can we work in solidarity with those facing struggles around racism and migration?
How do we care in times of austerity?
How can we survive an increasingly competitive schools system?
How do we navigate an increasingly surveilled and gentrified city?
Teach your students about architecture and the built environment – download our print-friendly Teachers’ Resources and run Build Your Own Pavilion workshops in your classroom! Our free teachers’ resources provide a framework that will take you from exploring ideas around public space through to creating small scale architectural models. There’s ideas for lesson plans for up to 7 weeks, but it can be easily adapted.
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