Tate Modern Workshop

Age/ncy: Art, Ageing and LGBTQ Stories

Photo (c) Rob Boulton

Photo (c) Rob Boulton

Join in a vibrant mix of dance, discussion, music and drop-in workshops exploring the perspectives of older LGBTQ+ people

Flourishing Live and Opening Doors London present a night of art, ageing and LGBTQ+ stories as part of Uniqlo Tate Lates. In partnership with Haringey Vanguard, Deaf Explorer CIC and Young Vic Taking Part.

Getting it Down, Getting it Done

18.15 - 19.15

Reveal/Collect/Share the story of radical BAME LGBTQ+ activism in Haringey using collage and found images to create a response to posters from the 1970s-1990s, in this digital poster workshop with Haringey Vanguard.

Carnation for a Song

19.15 - 20.15

Join us for a performance of ‘Carnation for a Song’, which is a series of stories and songs produced in collaboration with LGBQ Londoners, all aged 50+. Stories range from being on the front line of the fight for cultural acceptance and equal rights, to present hopes for a more inclusive future. A Young Vic Taking Part Production.

Hut 8 - Dance performance and discussion with Deaf Explorer CIC

20.15 - 21.00

Choreographer Mark Smith and dancers Joseph Fletcher & Gavin Eden will present a talk and performance about creating a new dance inspired by Alan Turing’s mathematical genius and diversity.

What family means to you? An LGTBQ+ perspective on family through the generations

21.00 - 22.00

with artists Philippa Punchard, Linnea Frank, Wild, and Chloe Wing

In this workshop, we will use creative responses to explore some of the issues and ideas of family that have affected LGBTQ+ communities in the past and now, the hopes for the future, and create connections with the experience of people in the room.

Part of Uniqlo Tate Lates.

Tate Modern

Tate Exchange

Blavatnik Building, Level 5

London SE1 9TG
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Date & Time

26 April 2019 at 19.00–23.00