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 exploring key themes and suggested areas for discussion for both the gallery and classroom and at home and can be downloaded here.

Watch a range of conversations and talks from artists, curators and educators that provide in-depth insights from experts around the globe here.

Getting to Know: Thomas J Price

‘Getting to Know’ is a new video series exploring the work and careers of the foremost artists of our time through the lens of creative students and community members.

For the first video, Thomas J Price walks students from Brete Harte Preparatory and Luther Burbank through his current exhibition ‘Beyond Measure’ at Hauser & Wirth Downtown Los Angeles.

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Painters on Painting: Frank Bowling

On the occasion of the exhibition ‘Frank Bowling. Landscape,’ Hauser & Wirth West Hollywood hosted ‘Painters on Painting’—an exploratory learning event where artists and students engage in a conversation around painting exhibitions at Hauser & Wirth galleries

Teachers’ Notes

Selected exhibitions at Hauser & Wirth are accompanied by  Teachers’ Notes exploring key themes and suggested areas for discussion for both the gallery and classroom and at home.

Teachers’ Notes for current exhibitions include:
Gary Simmons. This Must Be the Place


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.

New York, 69th Street

In Conversation: Lorna Simpson, Thelma Golden and Zora Simpson Casebere

On the occasion of ‘Lorna Simpson. 1985 – 92,’ the artist joins Thelma Golden, Chief Curator and Director of The Studio Museum, and Zora Simpson Casebere in conversation at our New York, 69th Street gallery.