The Saatchi Gallery is specifically geared towards introducing a younger audience of art students and enthusiasts to work at the cutting edge of contemporary art. The facilities - at the Gallery, via the website and in the Gallery classroom for schools - endeavor to ensure that teachers receive the best on-site and outreach support possible for their students.
Our Teachers' Evenings offer a private view of the current exhibition with a curatorial tour and a drink. The evenings are a fantastic opportunity to become familiar with our exhibitions and obtain ideas for your own teaching. You can also find out more about our education programme, and how we can tailor talks and workshops to suit different groups and learner needs.
ADMISSION TO THE GALLERY IS FREE
Group visits to the gallery are free, with free guided tours provided if booked via the Education Department. To download a booking form for school visits and tours click here.
SAATCHI GALLERY MAGAZINE ART & MUSIC LOVE ART YOUNG ARTIST PRIZE 2018
June 11th - July 19th 2018
Following on from this very popular competition of artwork entries from all over the world, a display and live auction at The Cass Art Space, Islington, which showcased 13 shortlisted artists, the Saatchi Gallery is excited to be exhibiting the final 4 prize winners.
Categories and winners include: 11-17 Prize
Sam Maxwell (17) Rural/Urban
Fine Art Prize
Miranda Pissarides (29) Sliding Orchids
Mike Curley (22) Divagate
Digital Art Prize
Alice Wade (17) The Pits
LOVE ART Young Artist Prize 2018 was open to entrants between the ages of 11-29 who evidenced exciting potential, innovative ideas and originality in process.
As part of the prize, Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art & Music will make a selection of 50 artists to publish in a special one-off issue of the magazine in Summer 2018.
The magazine will be distributed from the Saatchi Gallery, offering wide ranging exposure to a significant audience, including art professionals and visitors to the gallery.
"Since the launch of The Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art & Music in 2008, we have been committed to encouraging and supporting young artists and musicians to develop long-term careers in fine art and the creative industries. This has been reflected in our content and choice of writers; our focus has always been on grass-roots trends alongside artists and musicians who exist and succeed outside of the mainstream. We are now on the look-out for young artists who are thinking about art as a career, who are already studying or have recently graduated" Art & Music Publications
Admission is FREE
The exhibition will be on display in the Education Gallery on L2.