At Dulwich Picture Gallery we empower our audiences to connect, create and make sense of their world through meaningful interactions with art.
We place people at the heart of everything and carefully craft our offer to meet different people’s learning styles and need. Our inclusive programmes cater for audiences of all ages from 0 to 100 year olds inviting people to unlock the stories behind paintings and find personal connections with the collection and temporary exhibitions.
Our artist-led programme explores what art is, and what it means for our lives today. Importantly our high quality learning experiences are honed by reflective practice. Through dialogue between audience and artist we create innovative and creative practice that opens up new perspectives.
We work closely with partners in our local boroughs of Southwark, Lambeth and Lewisham to ensure our programme support the needs of our surrounding communities. Schools, families and community groups can book onto our programmes or get involved through partnership projects.
To find out more or if you’re interested in working with us please contact us at email@example.com.
Synchronised, a project working across generations to help change lives through art, is a recent example:
Practical art on-site: The Sackler Centre for Arts Education
The Sackler Centre for Arts Education, our practical art studio, opened in May 2000. The Centre enables the provision a range of innovative and traditional creative activities to an ever-growing number of people. Find out what you can learn