Chisenhale Gallery is in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, beside Victoria Park.
A series of talks and events runs concurrent to the Exhibitions programme and includes lectures, screenings and workshops, which expand on ideas within artists’ work. Our young people’s programme, Stop Play Record, is a three-year initiative (2015-18) for young people interested in experimental film.
Chisenhale Gallery continues to be an essential resource for the local formal education sector. Chisenhale Gallery Presents are presentations at local secondary schools on the gallery’s activities, delivered in collaboration with Chisenhale artists. Through these focused events we maintain links to our local partner secondary schools developed through A Sense of Place (2008-2011), a socially engaged artist-led programme for secondary schools local to Chisenhale Gallery.
In June 2014, Chisenhale Gallery commissioned independent researcher Dr. Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt to undertake an in-depth mapping of associate artist programmes, residencies and alternative models for artists’ professional development in the UK. The resulting report titled Mapping Artists' Professional Development Programmes in the UK: Knowledge and Skills is available to read online here, or to order a print-on-demand publication please click here. A panel discussion to launch the report took place in March 2015. Click here to listen to a recording of the discussion.
Chisenhale Gallery is registered as an Arts Award Supporter and offers a range of activities, which can support Arts Award. These include visits to exhibitions, artist-led workshops, and vocational events as part of Stop Play Record, our programme for young people. For more information please firstname.lastname@example.org.