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London UK - 16-18 Ramillies St, Soho, London W1F 7LW, UK
This practical session at The Photographers’ Gallery introduces ways for using the Anti-Racist Checklist in Art and design teaching. 

Marlene Wylie and Clare Stanhope from the National Society for Education in Art and Design (NSEAD) lead a session using the Anti-Racist Art Education Action’s (ARAEA) checklist as a guide. This tool was formed to open up conversations and support a questioning of current art educator resources, publications and curriculums. It asks fundamental questions about the practitioners (Who is seen?), artforms (in art, craft and design) and positioning of work introduced in the classroom. The Anti-Racist Art Education Action (ARAEA) checklists aim to support art educators in becoming and being actively anti-racist.
This interactive workshop that looks at how schools can implement the Anti-Racist Checklist into their curriculum. It includes presentations and discussion, followed by group work in response to set activities.
Please note: This event will be preceded by an online introductory talk on the Anti-Racist Checklist on 8 June. We recommend that anyone attending the workshop also attends this introductory talk. Click here to find out more and book talk.


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Teachers’ Session: NSEAD Anti-Racist Checklist Workshop16-18 Ramillies St, Soho, London W1F 7LW, UK