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Serpentine Education and Projects 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. Read more

Cracks in the Curriculum #1: Sex (re) education

Cracks in the Curriculum #1: Sex (re) education

Online 1 Sep 2016

A research for educators to develop anti-sexist, LGBTQ+ positive and anti-racist Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)

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Cracks in the Curriculum #3: Countless Ways of Knowing – A Mixtape on Education as a Practice of Freedom

Cracks in the Curriculum #3: Countless Ways of Knowing – A Mixtape on Education as a Practice of Freedom

Online Ongoing

A resource to help educators create space for conversations about race and racism.

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Cracks in the Curriculum #2: Poetry from the Personal

Cracks in the Curriculum #2: Poetry from the Personal

Online Ongoing

A resource for English teachers to explore the potential of poetry to address diverse personal histories.

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For A Walk With: Dementia in the City

For A Walk With: Dementia in the City

5 Apr 2016

A proposition to work with residents of care homes experiencing dementia and with care workers in the context of residential care.

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ACT ESOL: Language, Resistance, Theatre Resource

ACT ESOL: Language, Resistance, Theatre Resource

30 Jan 2019

A resource sharing how to implement Theatre of the Oppressed in the ESOL classroom and migrant organising contexts.

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Who Comes to Church Street Makes it: A Walking A-Z of the Area

Who Comes to Church Street Makes it: A Walking A-Z of the Area

1 Apr 2016

A publication of observations and thoughts based on a series of public walks in the local Church St area hosted by Chris Jones and Sam Curtis.

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From Bread-Salt to Rainbows: Seymour Arts

From Bread-Salt to Rainbows: Seymour Arts

1 Apr 2016

Created by Bombay based media collective CAMP while in residence on the Edgware Road.

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Parallel Lines

Parallel Lines

1 Apr 2016

Created by Bombay based media collective CAMP while in residence on the Edgware Road.

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Why Archive? Why Print?

Why Archive? Why Print?

1 Apr 2008

Produced using the online archive and publishing tool edgwareroad.org, created by CAMP while in residence on the Edgware Road.

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Discover 50 years of the Serpentine

From the architecture pavilion and digital commissions to the ideas marathon and the General Ecology programme, explore 50 years of artists, projects and exhibitions.

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