The Foundling Museum runs a dynamic, cutting-edge learning programme for all ages.

We deliver ambitious, artist-led projects for young people and marginalised groups, inspired by the power of art to drive forward social change which is at the heart of our 300-year history.

Central to our vision is 18th-century artist William Hogarth, who established a public art gallery within the Foundling Hospital and encouraged artists to donate their work to improve the lives of vulnerable children. We work with talented contemporary artists to animate this powerful story for all young people, from toddlers to young adults.

In all that we do, we strive to remain as relevant and radical as the story we tell.