Admission is free – please book timed tickets in advance for your visit to the Hervé Télémaque exhibition.
A curriculum for use by teachers and students to bring their schools into conversation with their local area.
A proposition to work with residents of care homes experiencing dementia and with care workers in the context of residential care.
A resource sharing how to implement Theatre of the Oppressed in the ESOL classroom and migrant organising contexts.
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.
Created by Bombay based media collective CAMP while in residence on the Edgware Road.
Produced using the online archive and publishing tool edgwareroad.org, created by CAMP while in residence on the Edgware Road.
A resource to help educators create space for conversations about race and racism.
A resource for English teachers to explore the potential of poetry to address diverse personal histories.
From the architecture pavilion and digital commissions to the ideas marathon and the General Ecology programme, explore 50 years of artists, projects and exhibitions.