The ICA's Learning programme stimulates debate, experimentation, creativity and exchange with visitors. 

Through our varied offering of tailored talks, events and workshops, we invite visitors and audiences into the creative process and enable direct dialogue with artists and practitioners, deepening visitor engagement with contemporary arts and practice. 

We build strong and lasting relationships with students, schools, colleges, and universities, as well as providing opportunities for lifelong learning.

Cultural Education Challenge Explore a new partnership between the ICA, Peabody and Kingston University that places the autonomy of young people aged 16-24 at the heart of the programme.

Learning Events Learn more about the Learning events at the ICA

University Partnerships Our successful University Partnerships programme offers academic symposia and numerous other ways for students and staff to engage with the ICA

MA in the Contemporary: London/Paris Find out more about this collaborative MA taught with the University of Kent

Research Collaborations Find out more about previous and current research collaborations with university partners

ICA Student Forum A long-standing student group that provides curatorial opportunities to its members while working closely with ICA Curators

ICA Academy Learn more about the multiple avenues we engage with young people at the ICA

Young ICA Our Post-16 events are developed to provide exciting platforms for young people to engage with contemporary art and film on practical and discursive levels. 

Schools and Teachers The ICA offers a programme of events for schools and teachers.

Educators' Resource Packs Resource packs for ICA exhibitions and matinee screenings are available for use during visits to the ICA and offsite.

Off-site Learning projects connected to the Fox Reading Room Touring Programme to regional museums and galleries in the UK can be found here.