Events Archive

  1. Vanessa da Silva ‘Stranger than Paradise’ Performance with Mary Feliciano

    Vanessa da Silva will present a new performance in collaboration with the choreographer Mary Feliciano activating the space and engaging with the sculptures and the structure of the show. Designed to work within the exhibition, the event will explore elements of da Silva’s ongoing research on cultural identities through body language, spoken words & improvisation. […]

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  2. Lab Liftoff: #RobotZoo

    You’re invited to… Lab Liftoff: #RobotZoo The Institute of Imagination has teamed up with Birdbrain Technologies from Pittsburgh, USA for a day of experimentation with robotics. What can you expect at Lab Liftoff: #RobotZoo? In this all day workshop, children will learn about and interact with robotics, using Birdbrain Technologies’ Hummingbird Kits. Using these kits, children will design and […]

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  3. Educators Workshop: #RobotZoo

    You’re invited to… Educators Workshop: #RobotZoo The Institute of Imagination has teamed up with BirdBrain Technologies from Pittsburgh, USA for a day of experimentation with robotics. What can you expect at this event? If you have in interest in robotics, this day-long workshop is for you. Aimed at beginners this ‘hackathon’ for educators fuses science, arts and technology […]

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  4. Architecture foundation: 24 Hour London

    In response to Sadiq Khan’s pledge to establish a Public Space Charter, two evening discussions at the Garden Museum ask what kind of spaces London should be creating to foster its public life by both day and night. The arrival of the night tube has reinvigorated debate over how the city’s urban realm should respond […]

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  5. Architecture foundation: ten ideas for London’s public space charter

    In response to Sadiq Khan’s pledge to establish a Public Space Charter, two evening discussions at the Garden Museum ask what kind of spaces London should be creating to foster its public life by both day and night. From facilitating economic growth, to fostering cultural life and countering the effects of extreme weather, the demands […]

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  6. Garden Museum Cooking Club

    Enjoy cooking and meeting other people? Come and join the popular adults’ weekly Garden Museum Cooking Club, taking place every Thursday morning from 18th January to 8th February. “the course has been extremely informative and given me lots of new excellent vegetable dishes.  The space is great and I have thoroughly enjoyed the sessions”.   A book […]

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