Explore art, make connections and join in discussions at Tate St Ives after hours with free entry to the exhibitions. Galleries and shop open 18.00–21.00. Food and pay bar in the café until 22.00 (last orders for food 21.00, last orders for drinks 21.30).
There are special events throughout the evening including the screening of Shana Moulton and Lucy Stein's Polventon 2013 and an opportunity to join us for an in-depth discussions on work from The Modern Lens.
Screening: Shana Moulton and Lucy Stein’s Polventon 2013
19.00, Studio Resource Room, Limited availability
Polventon is inspired by the work of Barbara Hepworth, and described by artist Lucy Stein as ‘a spring board for themes of Modernism, Feminism and Surrealism where personal history and art history are given equal significance’. Stein is participating in a Tate St Ives Artists Programme residency from January to June 2015,and she, along with Shana Moulton, will give a short introduction to the film.
18.00–20.30, Drop-in any time
Explore and investigate camera-less photography techniques whatever your age with photographer Oliver Raymond-Barker. Participants in Art Base can use everyday objects to make fantastical, beautiful images - finding the marvellous in the everyday - galaxies made of wholemeal flour, moons made of coat hangers and demerara sugar!
Work in Focus: Claude Cahun
18.30–19.00, Lower Gallery 2
Join art historian Janet Axten for an in-depth look at the work of surrealist photographer Claude Cahun.
Work in Focus: Harry Callahan
20.00–20.30, Gallery 5
Join artist and educator Steve Dove for an in-depth look at the work of American photographer Harry Callahan.