Tate Collective Producers present a streamed version of Late at Tate Britain that explores identity, activism and how young creatives have responded to lockdown.
There will be two streams on this page on the night, running from 19.00 – 21.00 BST:
Stream 1 is a mix of artist talks and workshops
Stream 2 is music from Reprezent Radio
If you want to see any content you missed on either stream, both streams will be available until Friday 21 August.
Stream 1: Talks and workshops
19.00 – Introduction from Tate Collective Producers
19.05 – ERIC: Know Yourself (Confidence is King) Introduction
19.10 – Soof Introduces: Simone Niles
The first of three convos with Soofiya and a young creative talking about how they're making and doing in lockdown. First up, Soofiya speaks to creative Simone Niles. Hear about making art when you're a one-person band in quarantine. From completing final projects or personal work, find out how Simone makes it all happen.
Soofiya is the Late at Tate Associate Creative Researcher
19.20 – HERVISIONS X Huntrezz
Learn how to make an Instagram face filter with new media artist Huntrezz, invited by femme-focused digital platform HERVISIONS. Explore moving image works and augmented reality art. Considering how power, reality and identity can be re-imagined through digital media, Huntrezz will discuss ways to engage with activism through creative practice.
Check Huntrezz’s bespoke face filters on @Tatecollective Instagram
19.30 – Soof Introduces: Lloyd Wood
In this chat, Soofiya catches up with graphic designer Lloyd Wood and gets the behind the scenes insight into how they create their powerful and playful work.
19.40 – ERIC: Know Yourself (Confidence is King) Workshop
ERIC lead a workshop on how you can use self-awareness to craft your career and steadily increase your confidence with potential employers. Can you identify your positive and negative traits? Which personalities do you work best with? Where are you most productive? Answer these and make yourself more hirable.
19.50 – Soof Introduces: Paul Ifeneziuche
In the last session with Soofiya, they speak to creative Paul Ifeneziuche about how to make a lot from a little with whatever resources you have! Be inspired on how to turn your bedroom or living room into a photography or design studio.