Fania Weatherby




Secondary education
Adult education
Participatory learning
Teaching for creativity
European art
Modern and contemporary art


I am a trained art historian and practicing artist with seven years’ experience motivating and engaging children, young adults, and adults within arts education. I am committed to widening in-depth participation with visual art and to a reflective, forward-thinking teaching practice.


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I have delivered arts education in major UK and European museums, including the Uffizi Galleries, the Vatican Museums, the Centre Pompidou, and Tate Britain for Art History Abroad, The Bigger Picture and The Linacre Institute. I have also devised and led activity days for The Hermitage Museum (St Petersburg). I present online education for The Academy at London Art Studies and, for the past three years, have taught the Edexcel History of Art A level at Wycombe Abbey School alongside teaching Key Stage 3 Religious Studies.

I graduated from The Courtauld Institute of Art in 2018 with an MA (Distinction) in History of Art, specialising in European Modernism. I also hold a History of Art BA (2.i) from Oxford University and a Foundation Diploma from Camberwell College of Art (University of the Arts, London). I have undertaken in work training on SEND, ‘Gifted and Talented’ provision, and Sixth Form teaching, as well as attending multiple Art History teaching conferences.


Fania Weatherby

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