Tate Britain Late

Late at Tate Britain Life Between Islands

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

Join us for a weekend of music, food and reflection at Tate Britain

Tate Collective Producers present the return of Late at Tate Britain. In response to the Life Between Islands Exhibition through a series of workshops, music, talks and more. Taking place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday join us to celebrate British Caribbean art and culture.

Street Food will be available in the Djanogly Café from 18.00–21.00 on Friday 3 December.

1840’s Takeover – Reprezent Radio

Location: 1840s room
Time: 18.00–21.30

Reprezent are back! Celebrating Caribbean music through the ages, come and experience celebratory sounds which have influenced the UK’s music industry.

Artist showreel

Location: Henry Moore room
Time: 18.00–21.30

Alongside the sounds put down by Reprezent, come and view the works of artists Carleen de Sozer, Rhyan Holder, Levi Naidu-Mitchell, Ashaana Bheir and Ishmael Lartey.

Art Paths Present: Art Jam

Location: Clore Studio
Time: 18.00–21.00

Come and join an exciting art workshop led by art agency Art Paths that will celebrate and is led by new and emerging creative talent exploring themes of Caribbean culture in Britain.

Forget-Me-Not Day with Positive Steps

Location: Library
Time: 18.30–20.30

Join filmmaker, performer and archivist, Leon Robinson and discover contributions the Black community made to WW1.

(h)OURS

Location: Learning Gallery
Time: 19.00–21.00

Throwing monthly tea and talks for London based creatives, designed to connect and build through open and honest discussions. Join (h)OURS for this month’s edition, exploring and expanding on the topic of Black/Caribbean identity, over a flavourful cup of tea.

Hosted by Yvonne Gyamfi, Decarla Phillip-Riley, Jasmine Pierre and Jhineil Wright.

CIL: Hybrid

Location: Taylor Digital Studio
Time: 19.30–20.15

Join sound artist and poet Cil for an intimate performance and discussion who will perform a selection of works in response to the themes explored in the Life Between Islands exhibition.

Tate Collective Open Call: Finding Home

Location: Top of Manton Stairs
Time: 18.00–21.00

View a digital display around the theme of ‘Home’ from Tate Collective’s open call.

Safer Space

Location: Millbank Studio
Time: 18.00–21.30

We invite you to take some time, reflect, contemplate and ask questions on the activations through the weekend and the exhibition.

Artist showreel

Location: Henry Moore room
Time: 10.00 – 16.00

Alongside the sounds put down by Reprezent, come and view the works of artists Carleen de Sozer, Rhyan Holder, Levi Naidu-Mitchell, Ashaana Bheir and Ishmael Lartey.

Tate Collective Open Call – Finding Home

Location: Top of Manton Stairs
Time: 10.00–16.00

View a digital display around the theme of ‘Home’ from Tate Collective’s open call.

Caribbean Arts Movement Workshop

Location: Clore Studio
Time: 11.00–12.30

Cultural Producer and Writer Jasmine Pierre leads an exploratory workshop on the Caribbean Artists Movement. Delving into the literary aspects of CAM through collective reading and writing exercises

1840’s Takeover – Nzinga Soundz

Location: 1840s room
Time: 12.00–16.00

Join Nzinga Soundz for a powerful history lesson in music that connects us to the past, present and future. It highlights key visual artists and sounds that celebrate Caribbean-British culture.

Black in Britain

Location: Taylor Digital Studio
Time: 13.00–15.00

Black in Britain is an audio-visual and social platform that aims to elevate Black history & talent. It is also a tool/resource for Black culture in the UK. Founder, Stafi Samaki leads a workshop exploring different aspects of the exhibition with a focus on archiving. There will also be an opportunity to have your portrait taken towards the end of the session.

Nzinga Sounds In Conversation

Location: Learning Gallery
Time: 14.00–14.50

Join Nzinga Soundz for an intimate conversation with specially invited guests exploring the connection between music and visual arts.

Safer Space

Location: Millbank Studio
Time: 10.00–16.00

We invite you to take some time, reflect, contemplate and ask questions on the activations through the weekend and the exhibition.

Artist showreel

Location: Henry Moore room
Time: 10.00 – 16.00

Alongside the sounds put down by Reprezent, come and view the works of artists Carleen de Sozer, Rhyan Holder, Levi Naidu-Mitchell, Ashaana Bheir and Ishmael Lartey.

Tate Collective Open Call – Finding Home

Location: Top of Manton Stairs
Time: 10.00–16.00

View a digital display around the theme of ‘Home’ from Tate Collective’s open call.

Dub Poetry workshop

Location: Clore Studio
Time: 11.00–12.30

Participate in a workshop spotlighting Dub poetry, a form of performance poetry originating in the early ‘70s led by Jasmine-Karis Fontiverio-Hylton. The workshop will explore Dub poetry through language and filmed performances in group exercises.

Steel pan performance

Location: Starts at Millbank Entrance
Time: 12.00, 12.40, 13.20, 14.00, 14.40

Experience a durational steel pan performance starting at the Riverside entrance and moving through the gallery, celebrating Caribbean culture.

1840’s Takeover - Channel 1 Sound System

Location: 1840s room
Time: 13.00–14.30

Join Channel 1 Sound System for a continued exploration of Caribbean music through the ages with a focus on chilled Sunday vibes.

Safer Space

Location: Millbank Studio
Time: 10.00–16.00

We invite you to take some time, reflect, contemplate and ask questions on the activations through the weekend and the exhibition.

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.

Tate Britain

Duveen Galleries

Manton Entrance

Millbank
London SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit

Dates

3 December 2021 at 18.00–21.30

4 December 2021 at 10.00–16.00

5 December 2021 at 10.00–16.00

Life Between Islands will be open late on 3 December

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