Online event Workshop

Digital Tapestry Workshop

a person stands by an orange quilted wall and a circular projection

Channels: Understand, retain, use and communicate (detail) UCL Neuroimaging Department, London 2020 Image courtesy of Nicole Morris

Make a digital tapestry

Using textiles we will create visual responses to memories and bring them together online to make a collective artwork.

This workshop is curated in response to Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors and aimed at young audiences aged 15-25.

Nicole Morris

Nicole Morris (b. 1986, Bedford) lives and works in London. She received an MA from the Slade School of Fine Art (2011). Recent exhibitions include Dear World commission, Wellcome centre for neuroimaging UCL, Survey, Jerwood Visual Arts, London; G39, Cardiff; Bluecoat, Liverpool & Baltic, Gateshead and Interiors, Compressor Projects, London.

About our Tate Collective Producers

Our Tate Collective Producers Team are the young people’s group at Tate St Ives. They meet up regularly to work alongside artists, create art, devise workshops, events and exhibitions as part of Tate Collective.

Online Event

The event takes place on Zoom. Joining details will be sent by email before the event takes place

Date & Time

29 April 2021 at 18.00–19.15