Book a free hands-on workshop for secondary school groups to explore our latest exhibition.
Through practical activities and facilitated discussion, pupils will be encouraged to see and think more deeply about the work of artists, who raise challenging questions concerning race, faith, masculinity and violence.
Our artist-led workshops give pupils the chance to make personal responses to the exhibition and learn new skills in photography and art making.
Book a hands-on workshop for primary and secondary school groups inspired by our unique photographic archive.
Choose from two different workshops, specially designed to help pupils think more deeply about identity, human rights, citizenship, activism and Britain’s multicultural history.
Our artist-led workshops give pupils the chance to learn new skills through practical activities and interactive discussion, linked to the National Curriculum.
We hope students leave our workshops confident to voice their opinions and understand different perspectives.
Our free learning resources bring Autograph’s unique photographic archive into schools and communities to support students' learning.
A selection of powerful and emotive portraits documenting Britain’s multicultural history since the 19th century, give teachers high quality, diverse visual material to explore a range of subjects and themes across the curriculum. Accompanying the photographic images are comprehensive teachers packs including classroom posters, display materials, student worksheets, guidance material, curriculum links and extension activities.