Free Entry Tate Modern Workshop

Reuse, Remake, Remix With London Connected Learning Centre

 

London Connected Learning Centre, March 2017

Join young digital leaders as they explore reusing, remaking and remixing digital and non digital materials

Pupils from South London schools will respond to Tate Modern’s collection as part of an investigation into reusing, remaking and remixing. Children will explore the similarities between computational thinking, programming and craft through hands-on making using using digital technologies and recycled materials.

Drop in to exchange ideas and reflect on your own relationship with craft and digital making.

This event is programmed by London Connected Learning Centre, a Tate Exchange Associate.

London Connected Learning Centre

London Connected Learning Centre

About London Connected Learning Centre

London Connected Learning Centre, part of Education Development Trust, supports schools to use digital technologies to enhance learning. The centre’s Digital Leader Programme supports young people who have taken on a role championing the creative use of digital technologies amongst their peers, teachers and community.

Tate Modern

Tate Exchange

Blavatnik Building, Level 5

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
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27 February 2018 at 13.15–15.00

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