We reopen on 10 September with our new exhibition Hogarth: London Voices, London Lives.

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Our favourite activities and links to help you feel inspired at home.


This Week’s Picks

Online Lecture: Walking the Streets: William Hogarth’s The Four Times of Day (1736–1738)

Available from 28 May, this is the first lecture in a six-part Public Lecture series, titled Georgian Provocations: Six Iconic Works of Art from Eighteenth-Century Britain run by the Paul Mellon Centre.

Watch Es Devlin’s Culture in Quarantine Masterclass

Devlin guides viewers through the process of turning ideas into forms from broad research and initial sketches to physical projection-mapped sculpture. Keep an eye out for a glimpse of Memory Palace – Devlin’s installation at Pitzhanger.

Teach an Art Lesson with help from Magic Lantern

This educational charity is providing resources to help kids explore art for parents and teachers to use at home or in school. Choose one artwork at a time, and, after looking at it and answering the questions, you can do one or more of the follow-on art or literacy activities!


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All the information you need getting to and enjoying your time at Pitzhanger

Mini Pitzhanger Model

Download, print and make your own mini model of Pitzhanger.

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Art Makes Children Powerful

Poster by Ruth Ewan produced for Dreadnoughts 2010

Inspired by our upcoming exhibition Hogarth: London Voices, London Lives, we want you to use your voice and create a poster that expresses a message you feel passionate about.

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Architect’s Assistant

John Soane challenges you to build a model house made out of materials you can find at home.

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Contact Us

Mattock Lane, London
W5 5EQ
Reception: 020 3985 8888
Office: 020 3994 0967

Tuesday - Wednesday: Closed
Thursday - Sunday: 11:00 - 19:00
Monday: Closed

Last admissions one hour before closing

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