Young@Tate is a regular Saturday event for creative people aged 15-25 years featuring artist workshops, activities, happenings and interventions created by young people for young people.
It’s your chance to explore, create, discuss, question and collaborate. You can participate, or be the audience, and you’ll get the chance to meet and work with local artists.
On Saturday 15 November, Environmental Artist Greg Humphries will be helping to create ‘Postcards From the Edge’. Using SmartPhone photography and medieval oak gall ink with quill pens, you can produce an image that blends ancient and modern technology.
Further workshops and activities will be announced nearer the time.
Getting to young@tate on public transport
For the Saturday 15 November event, we have picked out some of the best routes to get to St Ives by Cornwall’s public transport.
There are regular trains from Falmouth, Camborne, Redruth, Penzance and St Erth.
Please be aware – there is currently a bus service between Truro and St Erth due to works on the line. All routes via train usually involve at least one change at St Erth.
You can get the U1 bus toTruroand change to the number 14/18 for St Ives.
From Truro/ Camborne/ Pool/ Redruth/ Hayle and villages between
The number 14/18 bus goes through all of these towns and many of the surrounding villages on the way.
The 14/ 18 leaves from Penzance, going through Long Rock, Crowlas and St Erth.
For those living in the villages around West Cornwall, the 16 bus goes through Gulval and the 16a through Newmill and Zennor.
young@tate is part of Circuit, a national programme connecting 15–25 year olds to the arts in galleries and museums, led by Tate and funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation