Tate Collective St Ives meet twice a month to collaborate and develop group and individual projects, events, happenings and gallery interventions. The aim is to inspire and engage with other creative people aged 15–25. Tate Collective St Ives is a part of Circuit, led by Tate and funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
How to get involved
From knitting to Northern Soul, glitching to hashtagging come along and explore your own creative journey. No art experience necessary, just an enthusiasm for creativity and imagination!
If you’ve never been before, just drop in to the meeting on the first or third Saturday of the month at 11.00 to have a chat and be introduced to the group and ongoing projects.
Want to know what Tate Collective is like? Hear it from Tate St Ives Collective member, Felix, who regularly attends at Tate St Ives.
If you’ve got a question, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Circuit Summer Project 2015
Flex your creative muscles this summer: join us for a series of artist-led workshops, finishing with the chance to create an extraordinary event at the gallery for other young people.
FREE for people aged 15–25
Tate Collective St Ives Meetings
First and third Saturday of every month, 11.00–16.00
(Always check for date changes before travelling)
FREE for people aged 15–25
What’s been happening?
Young@Tate presented RE-A-LINE a gallery take over day – by and for creative people aged 15–25. The event included performances, talks and artist workshops at Tate St Ives, by Tate Collective in collaboration with artist Sara Wookey.
In March 2015 we had one of our regular gallery takeover days for creative people aged 15–25. Tate Collective ran ‘Surreal Tours’ exploring the real and unreal in Tate St Ives’ The Modern Lens exhibition, as well as leading paper sculpture making activities and story telling workshops. There was also T-shirt printing and Cyanotype making (a type of photo printing process), and film screenings from both Pop-Up Tate Penzance and workshops with our friends at Flashlight St Ives.
Hear about Young@Tate from the point of view of Tate Collective member, Felix.
Pop-Up Tate Penzance
For two weeks in February 2015, Circuit Tate St Ives worked with artists Emma Saffy Wilson and Jonty Lees to create an open studio space for people aged 15–25. We took over an empty tea room in the centre of Penzance and invited young people in to express their creativity, relax and explore art.
Digital Abstract workshop
In November 2014 as part of Circuit, Tate St Ives with Newlyn Art Gallery and the Exchange organised a digital workshop in which participants collaborated with artists David Blandy and Oliver Raymond-Barker to create unique works of digital art.
Beyond the Edge
hub@tate collaborated with Maria Christoforidou for Beyond the Edge, a response to St Ives and internationalism with content inspired by conversations with young people during the March 2014 hub@tate session.