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
2018 marks 100 years since the Representation of the People Act, which granted some women the right to vote for the first time in British parliamentary elections. We celebrate women in the arts with a vibrant mix of art, music, film, drop in workshops, pop up talks and street food.
Music & Visuals Programmed By gal-dem
See DJs Nabihah Iqbal (formerly Throwing Shade), Lil C, Anz and Tone in the South Tanks. They will be accompanied by ground-breaking visuals made by or starring women of colour from Ifama and focused on black suffragette Ida B. Wells.
Music Programmed by NTS Radio
See DJs Flo Dill, 239EF and Janie Jones in the Terrace Bar until 23.00.
Swing and Speak
Join Frances Morris, Tate Modern’s Director, and gal-dem's founder Liv Little for a discussion about women artists and their impact at Tate, playfully presented on one of the swings from the Hyundai Commission: Superflex – One Two Three Swing!
*This event requires a free ticket. A limited number will be available from the Level 0 Ticket Desk between 17.00–18.15 on a first come, first served basis.
Please note that due to the unique location for this talk we will be using floor cushions for seating so some sight lines may be partially obstructed. A limited number of chairs will be available - please speak to a member of staff on the night if you require one of these
18.30–19.30 Sarah Corbett
Meet Sarah Corbett, Craftivist Collective founder and author of How To Be A Craftivist: The art of gentle protest, for a talk and Q&A. Sarah will discuss how gentleness through handicraft can be a powerful tool for anyone who wants to be part of the change they wish to see in our world.
20.00–21.00 Otegha Uwagba
Are you a creative woman in need of no-nonsense practical advice? Meet Otegha Uwagba, founder of Women Who and author of the bestselling Little Black Book: A Toolkit For Working Women, for a talk and Q&A about her creative career guide.
Uniqlo 10 Minute Art Talks
Staff and volunteers from across Tate share their personal insights into works from the collection.
Got an opinion about the art in Tate Modern? Our visitor experience teams will lead lively conversations around key artworks.
Feminist group Sisters Uncut take direct action for domestic violence services. Join them to cut, colour, debate and create banners and artworks to inspire your own action and activism.
Create collages inspired by artists whose work supported the suffrage movement and explore the feminist issues that matter to you today as we celebrate Vote 100. This fun and colourful workshop is brought to you by Tate’s Library and Archive Department.
Get comfy on one of 60 handcrafted pillows made by South London Women Artists. Explore the pillows’ themes with a mobile library from the Women’s Art Library brimming with reading material to inspire your imagination.
REPRESENT! at Tate Exchange
Join Stance Podcast to celebrate the disruptive power of women in art. Create a Guerrilla Girls-inspired lino print, join drawing sessions to reclaim narratives of British Muslim women, recreate iconic Renaissance paintings using your selfies with Camgirls Project, enjoy nail art with Jagoda & Art Against Knives. Plus sit in on a live Clove x Stance Podcast recording, enjoy DJs, poetry and performances.
Step into the WITCiH Salon, a platform hosted by musician, artist and co-founder Bishi dedicated to celebrating women working at the intersection of creative technology, art and science. Expect performances, music and live coding from Miri Kat, Lia Mice and Zarah Hussain.
Wearing Women's Words
Design your own badge with The Feminist Library using activist archives and women’s words from a collection of Women’s Liberation Movement literature.
Ana Mendieta: Blood + Feathers
Drop in for a free projection of this powerful short film from the Tate collection. The work features performance with ritualistic associations connected to Catholic and Afro-Caribbean traditions. Please note this film contains nudity.