Serpentine South Gallery 9–11 Oct 2018 Free

Artist and dancer Zinzi Minott led a series of movement-based workshops with children and young people.

The artist-led sessions explored connections between Minott’s artistic practice and the Pierre Huyghe exhibition.

Minott’s solo and collaborative pursuits focus on the relationships between dance and politics. She is interested in how dance is perceived through the prisms of race, queer culture, gender and class.

Workshops were 90 minutes and took place at the Serpentine Galleries, Kensington Gardens.

The workshops were free for state-funded schools in the Greater London area and were for groups of up to 25 students age 5–16.

Serpentine Galleries supports Artsmark Schools. Artsmark is Arts Council England’s nationally recognised flagship programme. For further information about Artsmark, visit


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