Mission Gallery are committed to, ‘nurture development’ providing a programme for learning and participation where every person can access contemporary art. Education both on and off site has been an important part of the Mission Gallery programme from its inception; covering areas of community education, primary education and higher education.
Our Learning and Participation Programme has a distinctive reputation both within the gallery and in off site locations. The dedicated learning space located on Mission Gallery’s first floor opens the door to knowledge, understanding, and a love of contemporary visual art and craft at Mission Gallery; providing a nurturing space to learn with art-led staff and artists.
Guided Exhibition visits for schools, students and groups
Free formal visits led by our Learning co-ordinator to explore the exhibition and encourage discussion. If you are planning to visit Mission Gallery, please let us know so that we can accommodate your group. Contact Emma Rylance: firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Bilingual Exhibition talks
Informal guided talks every Sunday 12pm English and 12.30pm Welsh
Mission Gallery ensures that learning always seeks to encourage participants to explore ideas and techniques in an atmosphere where quality of expression is as important as quality of experience. Check the events page for further information on artist-led workshops. Or talk to our learning co-ordinator about tailoring a workshop to suit the needs of your group: Emma Rylance email@example.com
Are you a teacher?
To find out how you can use Mission Gallery as an educational resource for your students;
Contact Emma Rylance: firstname.lastname@example.org / 01792 652016
And discuss talks, workshops, handling collections and further opportunities