Lacuna – A Learning Network for Educators, Practitioners, Artists and Teachers

We’re very excited to announce the launch of our new educators network ~ Lacuna ~ in collaboration with Turner Contemporary & Arts Education Ecahnge.

The network is aimed at teachers and educators across the region to share and develop their knowledge and approach to creative learning; underpinned by creativity, curiosity and critical thinking and making use of the cultural context of Thanet. 

We aim to invite an open dialogue across sectors and communities, building on the area’s rich tapestry of history and innovation to nurture a culture of learning. With our combined expertise, knowledge and resources in social practice, education and access we want to open up opportunity, discourse and practice.

Upcoming events:

‘The Sound I Sea’

Wednesday 7 December

5-7pm

Led by Shence Oretha & Open School East

Reserve a FREE ticket here.

Join London based artist Shenece Oretha as they share their recent work work made in collaboration with Open School East’s Despacito Art School children and Iniva’s Drift Pavilion, a series of radical re-imaginings of Europeanness which reflect on the entanglement between land and water, movement and m/otherlands, in the forging of new identities and subjectivities.

Shenece will share their values, experience and approach to arts education whilst questioning the gap between visible and invisible spaces and routes to art and education.