Tate Collective London is a part of Circuit, led by Tate and funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
What’s coming up
Returning in Spring 2017, a free opportunity to explore the gallery after hours, with music, workshops, performance food and drink.
What’s been happening
Stories Uncovered explored London’s heritage through the eyes of young people. The Stories Uncovered display showcased the work of young people from 198 – Contemporary Arts and Learning, Black Cultural Archives, Octavia Foundation, South London Gallery, Tate Collective London and Whitechapel Gallery who have collaborated with artists and their peers to shed new light on archives across London. This project is part of the Archives & Access: Learning Outreach programme.
Motherboardt with Fannie Sosa explored the relationship between sound, space and the body in an evening of performance, music and twerking with artists Fannie Sosa, niv Acosta and a group of young collaborators.
BP Loud Tate: SHIFT was free day of artist-led workshops, music, performance, this year exploring shifts and emerging transitions in identity politics, gender and race inspired by the BP Walk Through British Art.
Future Talks and Future Late encouraged young people to experience the future through creative-led talks exploring the cultures of tomorrow and a free evening of music, art, workshops and installations, taking place in the new Tate Modern.
After Hours was a sold out special private view of EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop exclusively for young people. The event was hosted by Tate Collective London with Polyester, Joanna Kiely who hosted drop-in workshops and a curated playlist from Javybz.
Drips and Runs x Tate challenged 12 street artists to fill a blank wall at Tate Modern with graffiti, inspired by the EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop in just 3 hours. The event was live streamed and a short film of the process is below:
A Tale of Three Cities was a free online art course, made in collaboration with MoMA Teens and Art Institute of Chicago Teens, exploring art and culture in London, New York and Chicago.
BP Loud Tate 2015: i.d was a free day of art, music and performance and explored the theme of identity and how it affects everything we do.
Festival: What Really Matters? A free arts, music and performance festival in Peckham Square put together by Tate Collective London in collaboration with young people from Raw Material, Pempeople, Peckham Platform and All About the Band.
Fresh Perspectives tours offered a unique insight into the art on display at Tate Modern, devised and delivered by by Tate Collective London for other young people.
In celebration of culture for everyone, Turbine Festival 2015 was a free audio-visual feast of music, performance, installations and activities, where the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern became a city, and a playground. Watch the video to see what happened: