Past Event Tate Britain Course

Live art and filmmaking

Are you between 15 and 25 and interested in live art and filmmaking?

Get involved in a free five-day workshop programme exploring contemporary dance with Los Angeles based artist Sara Wookey followed by a day-long skills workshop on Final Cut Pro and a day editing with filmmaker Camilla Robinson.  Participants develop their own dance pieces based on the seminal work Trio A and make their own film based on their experiences of taking part.

Dance Workshops

Monday 28 October – Friday 1 November: 11.00–16.00

The Dance Workshops take place at Tate Modern Clore Learning Studio

Final Cut Pro skills workshop

Sunday 24 November: 11.00–16.00

You’ll need to attend all of the above sessions plus one film editing workshop

Film editing workshop options

Sunday 1 December: 11.00–16.00

Sunday 8 December: 11.00–16.00

This workshop takes place at Tate Britain Taylor Digital Studio

Sara Wookey

is an artist, organizer and creative. Her projects encourage socio-spatial interaction and public art forms. Her choreography has been presented at, among others, the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, REDCAT and the Hammer Museum. She is a founding member of the Choreographer's Working Group and a certified teacher of Yvonne Rainer's seminal dance work Trio A (1966).

Camilla Robinson

makes experimental fashion and music films as well as producing art and design documentaries. Her work has been screened at festivals including the BFI London Film Festival and One Dot Zero for Dazed and Confused.

Tate Britain

Taylor Digital Studio

London SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit


28 October 2013 at 11.00–16.00

29 October 2013 at 11.00–16.00

30 October 2013 at 11.00–16.00

31 October 2013 at 11.00–16.00

1 November 2013 at 11.00–16.00

24 November 2013 at 11.00–16.00

1 December 2013 at 11.00–16.00

8 December 2013 at 11.00–16.00

Find out more


The Experience and Value of Live Art: What can making and editing film tell us?

This project addresses the difficult question of what young people ‘get’ from contemporary art.