A one-day family event and public exhibition with artists Bob & Roberta Smith, Juneau Projects, Cullinan Richards and Caroline Todd, June 2008.
Group Visits

“The Stanley Picker Gallery is committed to making contemporary art and design accessible to the whole community”

The Stanley Picker Gallery welcomes all educational, recreational, community, special and general interest groups to enjoy our venue and experience first-hand, international contemporary visual arts and design. Our areas of our activity include:

Socialise
Meet with friends in the Stanley Picker Gallery Lobby and relax on bespoke furniture designed by Faudet-Harrison; read literature and watch films associated with the current exhibition or perhaps enjoy a sit by the Hogsmill River on our special Riverside Terrace.

Gallery Visits
Groups can visit the Stanley Picker Gallery at any time during our opening hours and on Monday’s by appointment. Parties larger than 10 people are requested to book in advance and in doing so will be greeted and introduced to the Gallery and exhibition by a member of staff. A Gallery and Exhibition Resource will guide those visiting independently with a written introduction to the gallery, exhibition information and suggestions for discussion and low-resource activities. A free Gallery Trail for younger children and families is also available alongside Art Club.

Tailored Workshops
The Gallery has facility to work closely with groups to devise and lead a series of interactive, practical and cross-disciplinary workshops that relate to our current exhibition. We welcome all, including special schools, Gifted and Talented and EAL groups. For examples of previous projects, please visit the Participation Archives (right).

Physical Access
All public spaces and toilet facilities at the Stanley Picker Gallery are on ground-floor level, wheelchair accessible and step-free. Dedicated parking spaces for blue badge holders are found directly outside the Gallery. Audio Guides The Stanley Picker Team act as audio guides for any visitor upon request.

For more information about any of the above and to make a booking please contact Participation Curator Natalie Kay on 020 8417 4074 or email n.kay@kingston.ac.uk

Above image: A one-day family event and public exhibition with artists Bob & Roberta Smith, Juneau Projects, Cullinan Richards and Caroline Todd, June 2008.