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Uniqlo Tate Lates: Night In

Join us online to explore the work of LGBTIQ+ artists and visual activists with talks, workshops, film, music and meditation

While Tate Modern is closed, Uniqlo Tate Lates: Night In is bringing an artist-led programme direct to you on Friday 3 July from 19.00–21.00 BST. There will be two streams on this page on the night:

A full line-up of both streams are below so you can curate your night. If you want to see any content you missed on either stream both videos will be available until Friday 10 July.

Stream 1: Artist Talks, Workshops and Spoken Word

Stream 2: Music and Film

Stream 1 Schedule

19.01 – Introduction from Dan Vo

  • Hear from museum ‘queerator’ and LGBTQIA+ Tour leader Dan Vo, your host for the evening.

19.03 – Nurturing Black Joy: Painting with Ashton Attzs

  • London-based artist Attzs will talk you through creating an artwork that uplifts, empowers and celebrates the queer Black community. Create your own work to send, share or display at home, and hear about how they use art to support self-care. You can use a mixture of materials you might have at hand, including cardboard, wood, paper, paint, pens, pencils and tape.

19.17 – Mels Evers in Conversation with Ajamu X

  • Mels Evers, Assistant Curator of Displays and Co-chair of Tate’s LGBTIQ+ Network talks to artist Ajamu X about his practice and visual activism. The conversation will centre around the artist's experiences of London in the 1990s and their relationship to the present.

19.38 – Illustration with Wednesday Holmes

  • Join Wednesday Holmes, a London artist and queer community organiser, as they talk you through their work and process and be inspired to create your own illustrations.

19.46 – Apples and Snakes present Keith Jarrett

  • Poet and educator Keith Jarrett reads from his poetry collection Selah (Burning Eye Books), an exploration of the fractured narratives of a Black British identity. The collection combines musical intrigue with history and desire.

19.58 – The Museum of Transology: Theirstory

  • Explore the Museum of Transology's collection with curator E-J Scott and hear about how to get involved in the QTIPOC rapid-response collecting project.

20.11-20.30 – Meditation wih Suhaiyla Shakuwra

  • Take twenty minutes to feel centred and present by ending your evening with guided meditation led by Suhaiyla Shakuwra with a focus on breathing techniques and creating your own affirmations.

Stream 2 Schedule

19.01 – Introduction from Dan Vo

  • Hear from museum ‘queerator’ and LGBTQIA+ Tour leader Dan Vo, your host for the evening.

19.02 – Film: Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest presents Summer Night by The Beach

  • East London's alternative queer cross-arts festival presents the online premiere of a new 'film cabaret' by the Danish artist duo Kirsten Astrup & Maria Bordorff, which was commissioned by the Munch Museum. .
  • With influences from Fassbinder’s Querelle 1982 and the frescos of Per Krohg, this reimagining of 1930s Oslo shimmers with queer fantasy, sweaty society, creeping gentrification and a tin-man spector of Klaus Nomi.

19.30 – Music and visuals programmed by NTS radio

  • 19.30–19.50 Music from Yatta with visuals by Yatta & Hazel Katz
  • 19.50–20.30 Music from Beatrice Dillon with visuals by Chantal Adams
  • 20.30–21.00 Music from Loraine James with visuals by Onyeka Igwe – please note this contains flashing lights

Online Event

Join by watching the live-stream videos on this page

Date & Time

3 July 2020 at 19.00–21.00

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