Current Programme


The learning programme includes projects that respond to specific exhibitions and to an annual theme. This year the theme of ‘Disappearing Cities’, will be used to exploring the idea of urban transformation and the city in transition; to explore connections between cities; investigate the complex social, architectural, historical, and cultural layers that comprise the fabric of urban society; and explore the built environment through film, photography, drawing and creative writing and poetry.

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Details of previous projects can be found on the Past Programme page.



Three Percent

It is said that you only need three percent of the population to start a revolution – that’s all it takes to wake up, change things and make a difference.

Have you ever felt like a small part in a big system? What restricts you and what can set you free? Using theatre and art, you are invited to explore issues that affect your daily lives in London. In collaboration with Phakama, the Three Percent project will shine a light in the darkest of places.

Drawing inspiration from Tunisian artist Nadia Kaabi-Linke’s new exhibition, The Future Rewound & The Cabinet of Souls, Three Percent will respond to the themes of the artist’s work: restriction, confinement and freedom. We will creatively explore ideologies of capitalism and colonialism and the unseen systems that control our daily lives.

This is a project for young women aged 16-25 and will take place on Saturdays 12-4pm from 18 October-29 November. The project will culminate with a sharing of the work on 30th November 2014 at The Mosaic Rooms.

If you would like to join the project please email Ines Tercio on