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 byTeacher’s NotesorEducation Guidesexploring 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.

London – 24 Mar 2022

Painters on Painting: Ed Clark

On the occasion of the exhibition, ‘Ed Clark. Without a Doubt,’ we hosted a conversation between contemporary painters.

Director of Education, Debbie Hillyerd, welcomed Henry Ward and selected guests from UK universities to an informal discussion on painting in response to some of the themes and issues raised by the work of Ed Clark. The outcome was a current and dynamic conversation led by the attitudes and thoughts of contemporary painters and students from universities across the UK.

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Teachers’ Notes: Henry Moore. Sharing Form

This resource has been produced to accompany the exhibition ‘Henry Moore. Sharing Form’ at Hauser & Wirth Somerset from 28 May – 4 Sep 2022.

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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.

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Zoom – 19 Jan 2021

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.

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