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Learning Environments: Whitechapel Gallery

This will be a great discussion led by Aoife Donnelly and Kristin Trommler which Adesola will be speaking at, bringing together her work with architecture and design and the dance performance that we toured last year  'Light Steps' and 'Found'. Whitechapel Gallery is a short walk away from where Adesola went to school herself, "so it's nice to be back in the manor to talk about dance/art/design and learning!" (Adesola Akinleye)


Whitechapel Gallery, Learning Environments: A Discussion Talk
Saturday 15 June, 2pm
£9.50/£7.50
Alternative, democratic, and self-lead education models and the architectural responses associated with them, are the subject of this conversation led by the architects Aoife Donnelly and Kristin Trommler. Case studies include the practices of 20thCentury radical pedagogues, from Ricardo Dalisi and KEKS to the progressive Post-war Schools movement in the UK. Speakers include Catherine Burke, Reader in History of Education and Childhood, Cambridge University.

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