Teaching Resources

The RPS in partnership with Photopedagogy provide educators with inspirational teaching resources that work alongside exhibitions shown in our gallery. These resources can however be used independently but are perfect for further study before, during and after a visit. The resources offer practical ideas, theory and insight into other creative practitioners’ work and extends the learning experience based around the subject matter.

If you would like to join our Teachers Facebook page to be kept up to date on exhibitions and events or share your ideas and work please contact liz@rps.org


Next Exhibition

Sugar Paper Theories – Jack Latham

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Sugar Paper Theories sees Bristol based photographer Jack Latham, immerse himself in the most controversial murder investigation in Icelandic history, the Guðmundur and Geirfinnur case. From meeting key protagonists to locating and photographing key sites of the investigation, the project brings together original photographs with a range of archival and documentary materials to explore the fundamental relationship between photography and truth. 

There are no graphic images in the exhibition although the subject matter may make it unsuitable for very young children.  However, the approach and investigative nature of the project enables you to adapt the lessons to different levels of study or be used to develop your own personal project.

https://www.photopedagogy.com/sugar-paper-theories.html


Current Exhibition: 

Space Steps - The Moon and Beyond

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Space Steps: The Moon and Beyond, an exhibition curated by Debbie Ireland celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing - one of humankind's most extraordinary adventures.  Alongside these iconic images, recognising the importance of space exploration today and providing a contemporary focus, the exhibition also present Ascension; an interactive installation by Mexican-British photographer Monica Alcazar-Duarte, exploring how space scientists working in facilities across Europe, are engaging in a new space race. 

Teaching Resources at Photopedagogy – click here


Previous Exhibitions: 

Altered Ocean by Mandy Barker

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Altered Ocean is a powerful exhibition that raises awareness about plastic pollution in the world’s oceans, highlighting the effects on marine life and ultimately ourselves. 

The work documents Barker’s visual journey as a photographic artist, combining science, with the issue of marine plastic pollution.

Teaching Resources at Photopedagogy - click here