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


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


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.



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


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

London SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

1 July 2022 at 18.00–21.00

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