Education Visits

General information

FTHo's artist and curator-led workshops, on-going and creative archiving projects are challenging learning experiences for undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Tours & Seminars


Tours include a general introduction to the house, the permanent exhibition and Flat Time theory. A visit can be tailored to reflect a group area of study (e.g the archive, Artist Placement Group, curating in context, temporality, cosmologies or event-based practises). Flat Time House is also a venue for seminar sessions, where the intimate discursive setting benefits conversation in small groups.

COST OF GROUP VISITS

We welcome visits from all kinds of groups during opening hours. If you would like an introduction to the house or exhibition, or to spend extended time at Flat Time House, we request the following contributions to our education programme.

Tour – £50
Half day – £100
Full day – £200


Workshops


Flat Time House as a ‘living sculpture’, a residency space, archive and artist's former home and studio gives context to practical experimentation. FTHo’s artist residency programme enables artist-led workshops to students that draw on the context of their practice within the residency. 


On-going Projects


We both initiate and invite groups of students to propose on-going projects that take an experimental approach to peer-learning and collaborative research. 


Creative archiving


The John Latham Archive is the most important centre of creative research into artistic and cultural developments of 60/70’s London and ideas relating to Latham’s work. It is available online here and at Flat Time House. We offer sessions to introduce students to an archive, and how working with an archive can inform their practice. 

For educational enquiries and to discuss alternative forms of experimentation, please get in touch:

info@flattimeho.org.uk

Tel: 0207 207 4845

FTHo's MFI group take part in an off-site project at STRYX in Birmingham entitled 'How to build a table' (Education Visits 2)

FTHo's MFI group take part in an off-site project at STRYX in Birmingham entitled 'How to build a table'

A special performance of John Latham's work, The Government of the First and Thirteenth Chair at Wysing Arts Centre with a script re-worked by Mark Aerial Waller with students from NUCA (Education Visits 3)

A special performance of John Latham's work, The Government of the First and Thirteenth Chair at Wysing Arts Centre with a script re-worked by Mark Aerial Waller with students from NUCA

The Future Lasts a Long Time a project by MFI group as past of PAMI (Peckham Artist Moving Image Festival) 2013 (Education Visits 4)

The Future Lasts a Long Time a project by MFI group as past of PAMI (Peckham Artist Moving Image Festival) 2013