Free Entry Tate Modern Workshop

But we are still here

Heather Agyepong Too Many Blackamoors (#3) 2015. Courtesy of the artist / Autograph ABP

Join us for conversations and activities to re-consider how culture is produced

This project asks how culture is (re)produced through our everyday behaviours and activities.

The conversation unfolding on the Tate Exchange floor is framed by photographs by artist Heather Agyepong. Reimagined as Ashanti warrior Yaa Asantewaa, Agyepong appears in a series of images that raise questions of value, ownership and erasure.

You will be able to participate in a diverse range of activities from zine-making to poetry, performance to panel discussions.

Tate Modern

Tate Exchange

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
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Dates

Every Thursday–Sunday at 12.00–18.00

16–26 November 2017

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