Find emerging and established DJs selected by NTS Radio, alongside world-class exhibitions, discover pop-up talks, playful artistic activations and hands-on workshops. Or simply enjoy the space, the music, the views and the delicious food and drink offers.
UNIQLO TATE LATE FEBRUARY
This month we celebrate women in art by taking inspiration from the pioneering contemporary female artists in our collection.
MUSIC AND VISUALS PROGRAMMED BY NTS RADIO
Eclair Fifi and Subterranean Odyssey
Smerz, Shiva Feshareki, Tirzah and Suezuki
Also see NTS DJs Pleasure Principle, Launette, Zezi Ifore and Born’n’Bread in the Terrace Bar.
Chantal Adams and Natalia Stuyk
Patches of Hope for 2017
Cut, stitch, pin and protest with Craftivist Collective and drop-in to discover how craft can be a tool for activism by creating your own takeaway patch.
Marguerite presents 'Snappy Salons'; a series of short ‘n’ sweet discussions on women in the arts and creative industries.
Deep Throat Choir
The all-female ensemble animate the collection with their unique celebration of women’s voices.
Pop-Up Feminist Library
Check in to the Feminist Library to explore Tate’s collection through readings with writers, zine making and a feminist photo booth.
Women on Art
A collection of short films which look at how women have used art to provoke change and new conversations around female identity, playing on loop throughout the night.
Got an opinion about the art in Tate Modern? Our visitor experience teams will lead three lively rounds of conversation around key artworks by women from our collection.
Uniqlo 10 Minute Art Talks
Staff and volunteers from Tate share their personal insights into selected works from the collection.
We asked NTS Radio to share a mixtape of female artists to get you in the mood for this month's Uniqlo Tate Late. Here's what they had to say:
As many have rightly pointed out, 'female' is not a genre of music. There is a hugely diverse range of artists from all genders, ethnicities, sexualities and social backgrounds played on NTS Radio. The wealth of women musicians is overwhelming, so much so that we didn't know where to start.
With that wealth in mind we thought we'd create two playlists. One is a more relaxed listen, looking back to some classic hits from female musicians of the last few decades, touching on reggae, new wave, hip hop and pop. The second, more high energy mix focuses on a tiny selection of the really exciting female musicians making contemporary club and experimental music today.
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