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Lectures

Selected Lectures

2015 to present
Lecturer at Tate Britain and Tate Modern: Lectures for adults on sculpture, painting and installation.

2014 to present
Lecturer at Bishopsgate Institute, London: Courses on sculpture, painting, and textiles.

2010 to present
Lecturer at the Royal Collection, London: Lectures for adults and children
and teacher’s courses.

2004 to present
Lecturer for The National Portrait Gallery, London: Lectures on painting and sculpture for adults and families.

1999 to present
Lecturer for The National Gallery, London: Public lectures, corporate events, schools lectures, and teachers courses.

2006 to 2007
Co-ordinator and artist for ‘Art Matters’ for The National Gallery, Ernst And Young, and NCH Children’s Charity, London.

2004 to 2009
Lecturer for The Wallace Collection, London: Lectures and sculpture workshops for adults and school groups,

2002 to 2009
Lecturer for Somerset House, London: Lectures for adults, school groups, and students.

2002 to 2009
Lecturer for The Wellington Museum, Apsley House, London: Workshops and talks for schools.


Selected Workshops

2016 to present
Creative Director for ‘The Art of Recovery’ a sculpture project for severely injured military personnel, for Bravo 22 and the Royal British Legion.

2014 to present
Artist at Tate Britain and Tate Modern

2010 to present
Artist at the Royal Collection and the Royal Mews, Buckingham Palace, London: Family workshops.

2005 to present
Artist for The National Gallery, London: Sculpture and drawing workshops for adults and families.

2009 -2012
Artist at Feltham Young Offenders Institute, for the National Gallery, London: Sculpture projects.

2009
Artist at The Royal Ballet School, Richmond, London for the National Gallery, London.

2007
Sculptor for ‘Save the Children’: Schools sculpture project

Sculptor for The Barbican 25th Birthday: Sculpture Project at Bangla Bhandu School, Bethnal Green, London

2006-7
Coordinator and artist for ‘Art Matters’ for The National Gallery, Ernst And Young and NCH Children’s Charity, London.

2005
Artist for Engage, at The National Portrait Gallery, London: Teachers Courses

Artist for Creative Partnerships, Slough: Sculpture workshops in secondary schools.

2004-6
Artist at Bullwood Hall Prison, Essex, for the National Gallery, London: sculpture projects.

2003 - 4
Sculptor at Somerset House, London: Sculpture courses for GCSE Students.

2002-4
Artist for the Victoria and Albert Museum, London: Drawing courses for adults.

2002 -3
Artist for the British Museum, London: Family workshops.

Sculptor for the Imperial War Museum, London: Sculpture projects for children, and adults.

2001-4
Artist at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London: Family sculpture workshops.

2001-3
Artist at The Barbican Arts Centre, London: Family workshops.

2001-2
Sculptor at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London: Demonstrations in plaster mould making,

2001
Artist for The National Gallery and National Children’s Homes: 'Art Matters',

1999-2002
Sculptor at The Science Museum, London: Sculpture workshops for families.

1997 to 2009
Artist at The Victoria and Albert Museum, London: Workshops and demonstrations for adults and children.

1998
Artist at Lancashire Mining Museum, Salford: Talks linked to the exhibition ‘Black Diamonds’

Artist at the Ragged School Museum, Bethnal Green: Workshops linked to the exhibition 'Land Of Laundries'.

Artist at Vestry House Museum, Walthamstow: Workshops linked to the exhibition 'Land Of Laundries'.

1997
Artist at Woodhorn Museum, Ashington , Northumberland: Workshops linked to the exhibition ‘Black Diamonds’

1996
Oral History Workshops, for 'Land Of Laundries';

Geffrye Museum, Shoreditch, London
Maerdy Womens Guild, Rhondda Valley, South Wales.

1994
Artist For 'Hear And Now', Channel 4 Documentary,


Al Johnson MA ARBS


Al Johnson
Born in Hackney, London.
BA Hons. Fine Art, 1980
MA Sculpture 1999
Member of 62 Group of Textile Artists
Associate Royal Society of British Sculptors (ARBS)
Member of British Art Medals Society, (BAMS)