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Adam Moore, Test (2023). Charcoal, gouache, pastel on paper, tape. 594 x 841mm.

Browse selected learning archive for convened, designed, and facilitated learning.

Read ‘Notes on Learning’ for a summary of my experience and approach to learning.

Follow me on instagram @adameastlondon where I find innovative ways to document and share learning.

Yes, I love being invited to transform learning! Email me studio@adammoorecreate.com
Thank you!

Learning in 2023 (more to be announced):

(Forthcoming) Blue Space
Devonshire Youth Collective

(Forthcoming) Lockdown Landscapes
The National Memorial Arboretum and National Forest Company

Transformative Futures 2022-23 Youth Collective
Camden Art Centre

BA Experimental Arts and Performance
Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

Guest Writers Programme
Dance Art Journal

Choreographing the City Masterclass
Theatrum Mundi

Guest Advisor 1:1s
Art Quest

Learning in 2022:

Inaugural Sensing Place and Placemaking Research Programme
NN Contemporary Art

Inaugural Theatrum Mundi Cohort, Displacement
Embodying Otherness
Theatrum Mundi

Youth Collective Summer Residency Artist Mentor
Camden Art Centre

Bright Dynasty Multidimensional Making
Phoenix Art Space

Professional Morning Classs
Independent Dance

Transformative Futures 2021-22 Youth Collective
Camden Art Centre

Jerwood Arts g39 UNITe Open Studio

Bright Dynasty Queer POC Listening Space
Hypha Studios

Learning in 2021:

a-n rural assembly
Haarlem Artspace

Long Play Liberation Transmission
What does the future look like? Festival
The Place Theatre

Notes on Learning

I love learning and creating stimulating, nurturing, and expansive environments and resources for transformative learning experiences. Learning, research and practice, is inseparable from life. I have faith in the power of learning to transform the world.

I learn with others convening, facilitating, mentoring, and teaching across a broad range of contexts, subjects, and communities. I design learning opportunities with and for children, families, young people, graduates, independent artists and people of all ages and abilities across art gallery and museum education programmes; for undergraduate university and conservatoire curriculums; for specialist institutions, creative organisations and collectives, and Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisations. I support the development of learning across experimental, transdisciplinary, and collaborative practice; performance making; embodied, somatic improvisational dance techniques, choreography, and contact improvisation; spatial, environmental and socially engaged post-studio practice; writing; activism; and learning. I work with architecture, ceramics, dance, design, drawing, film, painting, reading, sculpture, sound, and writing, and use these in various unpredictable and exciting combinations for learning with others.

I develop my skills for learning through my creative transdisciplinary practice, commissions, exhibitions and performances, and independent, multi-modal research. I attend workshops, courses, intensives, talks and panel discussions; I listen to podcasts; I participate in artist residencies and open studios; and I collaborate with institutions to produce public programmes for my exhibitions.

My health and vitality transform when I am empowered by transparent and multidirectional learning therefore I am committed to intersectional, collaborative, and transdisciplinary anti-racist, decolonial, feminist, queer, anti-capitalist, ecologically and socially sustainable learning. I use publicly accessible resources and decentring practices to support learning with the goal of positively transforming learning, health, and creative development at the institutional, professional, and individual level.

Learning, for me, is a moment of synthesis between fragmented dimensions of life that touch me deeply and reveal new and better ways of living and stewarding life to thrive. My social work with diverse groups across human rights, arts and culture non-profit, social wellbeing and social welfare informs my approach to learning (see info for details).

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© Adam Moore 2023