Free Entry Tate Britain Workshop

I WANT TO SHOW YOU A BODY Closing event

© Linda Stupart

An opportunity to think about gender, bodies, freedom and world-building through making and engaging with performance

You are invited to join in and celebrate gender diversity with artist Linda Stupart by exploring the Tate collection with the paper-based activity A is for Alien and using materials and making to add to the I WANT TO SHOW YOU A BODY display.

The workshop is hosted in the I WANT TO SHOW YOU A BODY residency space where ideas have been accumulating through conversation and making over many weeks, with contributions from young transgender people and the general public.

The workshop will include performances by artists Daniel Brathwaite-Shirley, Ray Filar and Linda Stupart.

Open to all ages and abilities. We particularly encourage young transgender people and their families to join.

Person dressed up

Little Lord FlauntleRay

Photo by Dan Govan

© Ray Filar

Person sitting on the floor performing

A Spell to stop Male Artists from Murdering You 2016

© Linda Stupart

Daniel Brathwaite-Shirley

Video still from MOISTERIZING

© Daniel Brathwaite-Shirley

I WANT TO SHOW YOU A BODY was developed by artist Linda Stupart in collaboration with the Tate’s Schools & Teachers team and Gendered Intelligence, an organisation committed to increasing understanding of gender diversity. Gendered Intelligence’s vision is of a world where people are no longer constrained by narrow perceptions and expectations of gender behaviour. The aim of I WANT TO SHOW YOU A BODY is to bring that world closer.

Tate Britain

Learning Gallery

Millbank
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Date & Time

21 October 2017 at 14.00–17.00