Identity affects everything, what you say and how you say it. Who’s listening?
Head over to Tate Britain for BP Loud Tate: i.d, a free day of artist-led workshops, music, film, performance and talks to explore questions of power, politics and identity. There will be everything from street art to beat boxing, film-making and badge-making, alongside an exciting line-up of music.
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.
17.00–17.45, Room 1840
True to his identity as a rapper, producer and top Grime MC, catch Novelist’s headline performance expressing what it means to be a London youth in today’s culture.
16.00–16.45, Room 1840
Multi-award winning rapper Ms Banks stands for female empowerment and individuality, encouraging women to be themselves no matter what society expects of them.
14.00–14.45, Room 1840
Bristol based ThisisDA’s sounds throwback to classic hip hop, brought into 2015 with his conscious lyrics and laid back beats.
13.00–13.45, North Duveen
Generating tens of millions of views on YouTube in the past year alone by producing outro’s for gaming channels, special guest DJ, glitch hop, dubstep and drumstep producer Teminite has definitely got something to show us.
12.00–12.45, North Duveen
DJ Shea Burke presents the finest in old-school house sounds.
12.30–13.30, 14.00–15.00, 15.30–16.30, 17.00–18.00, Clore Studio
Let beat-boxing maestro Jason Singh show you how to use your voice in strange and wonderful ways to rewrite history.
12.00–18.00, North Duveen
Explore who you really are and how you express it in this collaborative street art workshop with creatives from Graffiti Life.
Be open and free in constructing and wearing your identity at this drop-in badge-making station.
Identity Film Lab
12.00–18.00, Taylor Digital Studio
Join Eye Want Change for hands-on digital workshop exploring how to turn your mobile phone into a captivating film-making device.
Identity film screenings
12.00–18.00, Manton Studio
Wall of Silence
15.00–16.00, Room 1840
How can we use social stereotypes as a catalyst for positive change? Join a relaxed discussion with Radio 1Xtra youth advisor Jeremiah Emmanuel, and NUS Vice President Shakira Martin, who invite you to share your experiences to inspire hope, unity and change.
Join the conversation #LoudTate