Painted over 180 years ago and now considered a masterpiece, this event is inspired by John Constable's painting Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows.
Join a mix of artists, DJ's and creatives to respond to the painting and discover what it means to you today.
Reprezent Soundsystem presents…
Room 1840 and Djanogly Café, 18.30–21.30
The voice of young London Reprezent 107.3 FM are our resident DJ’s for 2018. Listen out for Brixton’s Meltout Crew and the colourful and authentic sounds from Soul Surge.
Taylor Digital Studio, 18.30–21.00
Salisbury Cathedral has stained glass windows dating back to the medieval times. What would digital stained glass look like? Join New Media artist Antonio Roberts to find out.
Under the Rainbow
Clore Studio, 18.30–21.30
Clore Gallery, 18.00–21.00
North Duveens, 18.00–21.00
Choirs have been singing in Salisbury Cathedral for 900 years! Singing together has a long history and is a powerful force. Experience the sounds of Nawi Collective and find out for yourself.
Clore Auditorium 19.30–20.30
John Constable's relationship with his faith was deeply reflected in this painting of Salisbury Cathedral. But how is faith affecting the work of young creatives today? Join a discussion with Khidr Collective, whose publication's showcase young Muslim artists.
Lands of Lost Content: British landscapes in the Tate Archive
Hyman Kreitman Reading Rooms, 18.00–21.00
Landscape is a major theme of British Art. John Constable is considered one of the greatest landscape painters. Check out a great selection of landscape art from the Tate Archive.
Peter Kennard Collage
Prints and Drawings Room, 19.00–21.30
Peter Kennard is one of the UK’s leading political artists. Don't miss this rare chance to see some of his most iconic works up close and personal.
Under a Cloud
This project has been made possible through the Aspire programme. Aspire is a partnership programme that has been touring Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows across the UK - supported by Art Fund, and by National Lottery players through the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Manton Studio, 18.00–21.30
Constable's masterpiece returns to Tate Britain in a new shiny gold frame. The Tate Collective Team interviewed Tate conservator Adrian Moore to find out how it was made.
The re-framing of this work and Re-Framing Constable film are a part of Aspire, a partnership programme touring Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows across the UK. Aspire is supported by Art Fund, and by National Lottery players through the Heritage Lottery Fund.
This event has been programmed by young people aged 16–25 from our Tate Collective team.