22 March 2014
Exhibitions, Industry news
Belfast Exposed is presenting How We Learn, a major new group exhibition that seeks to open up and explore the contexts in which children learn from 3 April to 25 May. The exhibition addresses how photography has been used to investigate both the physical and psychological spaces in which learning takes place.
New work is being exhibited produced in a collaborative project over the last six months between artist Marysa Dowling and three partner schools in Northern Ireland: St Malachy's Primary School, Meadowbridge Primary School and Sacred Heart Primary School. The exhibition will include a major talks programme, a symposium and will support an extensive programme of school tours and workshops.
During How We Learn Belfast Exposed will launch its new BX Schools 2014-15 programme. This programme has been made in consultation with teachers and pupils over the past year. For more information on what is an offer to schools please click here.
How We Learn
JAMES RUSSELL CANT | MARYSA DOWLING | WENDY EWALD |
JULIAN GERMAIN | WENDY MCMURDO | BELFAST SCHOOLS
Exhibition Opening: Thursday 3 April from 7pm to 9pm
Exhibition continues until Sunday 25 May
Artist Talk with Julian Germain on Friday 4 April at 1pm
Curator’s Tour on Friday 11 April at 5pm
Artist Talk with Wendy McMurdo on Thursday 24 April at 6pm
Exhibition Tour for Families on Saturday 26 April at 11am
HOW WE LEARN Symposium in partnership with VAI on Wednesday 30 April from 2pm to 4pm. Speakers: Artist Marysa Dowling (London), Annie Bicknall (TATE, London), Mobile Art School (Dublin), Kids’ Own Publishing Partnership (Dublin).
Artist Talk with James Russell Cant
on Thursday 22 May at 6pm