Tate Britain Late

Late at Tate Britain Hew Locke: The Procession

Late at Tate Britain logo, a distorted image of two statues from the gallery floor

Tate Collective Producers present an exciting Late in response to Hew Locke: The Procession

Late at Tate Britain is a gathering space for experimentation and idea generation inspired by displays and exhibitions. It is an ongoing research project currently developed and delivered by Tate Collective Producers.

Manton Entrance

Soundscape

18.00 - 21.00

Experience an immersive soundscape by artist Shamica Ruddock.

1840’s Room

1840’s Takeover

Izzy Boss 18.00 - 19.30

VXMOB 19.00 - 20.15 (tbc)

DJ Jamo 20.15 - 21.15

Join Izzy Boss and DJ Jamo for a takeover of the 1840’s room. Hear back-to-back sets celebrating music from across the African and Black diaspora.

Performance by Jasmine Chiu

18.00 - 21.30

Look out for artist and performer Jasmine Chiu who will create pop-up performances around the gallery. To close the evening, you will be able to join a physical procession through the Duveens led by Jasmine.

Henry Moore room

Short film screenings

18.00 - 21.00

Watch short films exploring the breadth of the Black experience by young and emerging artists Darryl Dayley, Jebi Labemika and Izzy Gzowski

Screening times:

UNU you&you – Darryl Daley: 18.05, 19.05, 20.05

Ancestors in the Digital Age - Izzy Gzowski: 18.20, 19.20, 20.20

Echoes Before Dawn - Jebi Labemika: 18.30, 19.30, 20.30

Taylor Digital Studio

Enorê

19.30 - 20.15

Participate in a 3D scanning workshop with London-based Brazilian artist Enorê. The session will explore methodologies for interpreting our environment and devising new relationships between environments and scanned elements.

Spaces allocated on a first come first serve basis. Booking not required

Clore Auditorium

Hew Locke in conversation: African & Black Diasporic experiences

19.00 - 20.00

Hear from artists Hew Locke, Femi Dawkins, and Ebun Sodipo chaired by Joan Anim-Addo in an intergenerational conversation as they explore how their practices have been shaped by influences from the African and Black diaspora.

Tickets are required and available on a first come first serve basis from the ticket desk on the night.

Clore Studio

Maria Cecilia Westphalen

18.00 - 21.00

Explore the process of carnival costume production in this workshop with designer Maria Cecilia Westphalen.

Spaces allocated on a first come first serve basis. Booking not required

Millbank Studio

Quiet Space

18.00 - 21.30

We invite you to take some time and space to pause and reflect on the activations and ask questions.

Library

18.30-20.30

Visit the Reading Rooms to view original items from Tate’s Library and Archive collection, that relate to the work of Hew Locke, including a cross section of material relating to Black British artists and artists from the Caribbean.

Booking is not required.

Learning Gallery (un)common space

Portable Histories Workshop

18.30-20.30

Create a portable object to take away that reframes our approach to exploring our past, present and future with Designer and Cultural Producer Jahnavi Inniss. Create a symbol of hope as you reclaim your history and reimagine your future.

Tate Britain

Manton Entrance

Millbank
London SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

1 July 2022 at 18.00–21.00

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