What is soapbox?
Soapbox at Tate Britain is for people near or beyond the age of 60 to meet up and share views on life and art through topical discussion and debate. Each Soapbox meeting explores a range of art and artists from the collection at Tate Britain. Coming to Soapbox will challenge your thinking and offer you the chance to say what you feel in a supportive and friendly group.
Working with Tate Collective team, this session will look at intergenerational conversations between the participants on the topics raised by the group. This session will be led by participants and co-faciliated by Tate Collective.
About Tate Collective Team
Tate Collective are teams of 15-25 year olds based in London, Liverpool and St Ives. They collaborate to develop their ideas and knowledge about art, culture and creativity. The teams often work with emerging artists, designers, musicians and curators.
Their mission is to enable new young audiences to create, experiment and engage in-gallery and online with Tate's collection, galleries and exhibitions. Each group plans and develops events, projects and programmes that are part of the Tate Collective scheme.