Supported by BP
Saturday 12 November
Tate Britain

Identity affects everything and everyone, but how is it changing? 

Tate Britain hosts BP Loud Tate: SHIFT on Saturday 12 November, a free day of artist-led workshops, music, film, performance and talks. BP Loud Tate is a free annual art, music and performance event at Tate Britain programmed by Tate Collective London for 15 – 25 year olds. This year’s event focuses on shifts and emerging transitions in identity politics, gender and race.

Highlights Include:

  • Music performance headlined by up and coming 23-year-old Nadia Rose, multi-talented creative collective House of Pharaohs and special sets from talented DJ and radio host A.G. and one of Radar Radio’s DJs, Snoochie Shy.
  • Workshops include creating an immersive landscape mixing up music and animation with illustrator Jerkcurb; dressing as your favourite comic book heroes in a cosplay workshop with live iPad portraits from Drawing Booth; digital and 3D animation with artist Jack Sachs; and badge-making with the Tate Collective team.
  • A panel discussion hosted by creative online magazine gal-dem, who will be joined by Tate Collective to explore representations and perceptions of women of colour in music and the arts, inspired by artworks on display at Tate Britain.

A meal deal will be available in the Tate café and a student discount will be available in the gallery shops.

For further information: http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/special-event/shift
Follow #LoudTate on Twitter @tatecollectives, Tumblr, Facebook and Instagram

For further press information, please contact Emma Double, Tate Press Office
Call 0207 887 4237 Email emma.double@tate.org.uk


Notes to Editors

Tate Collective London
Tate Collective London offers young people, aged 15 – 25 years, opportunities to work collaboratively with artists, exchanging ideas across art platforms at Tate Britain and Tate Modern. Tate Collective London plan and develop events, projects and programmes for other young people to create, experiment and engage with Tate’s Collection displays and exhibitions. www.tate.org.uk/collectives

BP’s support for UK Arts & Culture In the UK
BP has supported arts and culture in the UK for over 50 years and currently focuses its support on long-term partnerships with five world class institutions; The British Museum, The National Portrait Gallery, The Royal Opera House, The Royal Shakespeare Company and Tate Britain. More than 50 million people across the UK engaged with BP supported activities during this time.  BP’s long term partnerships, represents one of the most significant long-term corporate investments in UK arts and culture.