Bad Education: Wide Open School at Hayward Gallery
Learn something incredible with 100 world-renowned artists at the Hayward Gallery. Wide Open School starts on the 11th June. Here are our highlights…
Bob and Roberta Smith (0ne artist with two names) explores changes in public spaces and their relationship to the arts since the 80s.
Sundown Schoolhouse of Queer Home Economics with Fritz Haeg and Friends | Mon 11th – Fri 17th June | £10 per day
Classes in homemaking according tho the programme of home economics taught to women in the 19th century which will take place in a geodesic dome on the sculpture terrace.
‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ with Jeppe Hein | Thu 14th June | £10
Famous for his playful interactive installations such as the slides at Tate Modern, Jeppe Hein talks about his new Invisible Labyrinth work.
‘Teach Us Teach Us Everywhere’ with Geletin | Fri 15th June | £30 for 3 days | SOLD OUT
Four Viennese artists form this anarchic collective and will be making happenings happen.
Banner Making Workshop with Jeremy Deller and Ed Hall | Tues 19th June | £10
Jeremy Deller and Ed Hall discuss the irreplaceable power of handmade banners in the age of the digital and throwaway and you can make your own.
Performance, Ritual, Symbolic Action: Rite as Play and the Art of Performance with Elena Kovylina | Tues 26th-weds 27th June | £20 for 2 days
Confrontational performance artist Elena Kovylina will be exploring everyday customs with participants.
The Scientific Fundamentals of Photography with Wolfgang Tillmans | Tues 3rd & Weds 4th July | £10
Are you a keen snapper? Discover the science of photography with the explicitly brilliant talents of cult photographer Wolfgang Tillmans.
Mind Reading for the Left and Right Brain with Mark Allen | Fri 6th-Sun 8th July | £10
Make your own lie detector with artist Mark Allen who is part of MACHINE a collective trying to bring technology and interactive art to the mainstream.
Loads more events online at the Wide Open School Website here
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