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Our free online resources are designed to support gallery visits and to facilitate dialogue and discussions around Hauser & Wirth’s artists, exhibitions and events. The resources are suitable for teachers, students and members of the public.

Selected exhibitions at Hauser & Wirth are accompanied by Teacher’s Notes or Education Guides that are designed to  support school visits and are aimed at teachers, lecturers and students and can be downloaded here. These resources explore key themes and suggests areas for discussion for both the gallery and classroom and at home.

You can also find practical notes on arranging group visits to Hauser & Wirth Somerset, as well as curriculum notes that explain how gallery visits can help support the national curriculum in England.

Family Saturday at Home: Experimenting with Gutai

On the occasion of his online exhibition ‘Stream’, this ‘Family Saturday at Home’ is inspired by artist Takesada Matsutani. Take part in our popular Family Saturdays from the comfort of home with a series of creative, hands-on activities to enjoy together with your children. These are aimed at 6+ but can be easily adapted and guided for younger children.
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In Conversation: Fred Moten and Legacy Russell

On the occasion of the exhibition ‘Jack Whitten. I AM THE OBJECT,’ the gallery hosted a digital discussion focused on the work of the renowned artist Jack Whitten (1939 – 2018) with Fred Moten, cultural theorist, poet and scholar and Legacy Russell, associate curator of exhibitions at The Studio Museum in Harlem and author of ‘Glitch Feminism: A Manifesto.’ Moten and Russell discussed Whitten’s ‘Notes from the Woodshed,’ his collection of studio writings, and Whitten’s negotiation of Black matter, Black abstraction, objecthood and subjecthood, and improvisation. The conversation drew on ways in which—to borrow Whitten’s words from his final log entry in 2017—‘art is our compass to the cosmos.’
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ARTatHOME

As many of us continue to work or learn from home, our artists have created a series of downloadable coloring pages to bring some creativity to your day. Join us as we ‘ARTatHome’ together by coloring-in specially created line drawings by artists Mark Bradford, Nicolas Party, Anj Smith, Rashid Johnson, Luchita Hurtado and Zhang Enli. ARTatHome can be enjoyed together with your children and is suitable for all ages. Download the pages below and color in works by our artists.
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