This August Late at Tate Britain takes inspiration from Rang Baranga by Rasheed Araeen. ‘Rang baranga’ is an Urdu term meaning ‘of many colours’ which we’re exploring in different ways with a programme united by the spirit and colour palette of the artwork.
Hipsters Don’t Dance
Clore Lawn, 18.00–22.00
Bubble with us on the lawn to the global sounds of DJ duo Hipsters Don’t Dance.
Catch the sights and sounds of future rap in the Octagon from London based rapper Flohio.
Clore Garden, 18.00–21.30
Get your face stamped to join our squad and watch a Rang Baranga-inspired body art demo by make-up artist Holly Silius.
See large-scale projections of a Rang Baranga-inspired fashion shoot.
North Duveen, 19.00–21.00
Drop in to a workshop led by London African Drumming to bring some noise to the gallery.
North Duveen, 18.00–21.30
Build a structure inspired by Rang Baranga using everyday drinking straws and Jix connectors.
South Duveen, 18.00–21.30
Contribute to a participatory tapestry or make your own wearable garment with fashion designer Dharma Taylor.
Drink and eat
Don’t leave without grabbing some food from the barbeque in the Clore Garden or a drink from one of our bars in Room 1840 and the Djanogly Café.
See Rang Baranga, the artwork that inspired the event on display in Room 1970.
Late at Tate Britain is curated by young people from Tate Collective London.
Tate Collective London is part of Circuit, led by Tate and funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.