Tate Modern Workshop

Artstories With Virginia Commonwealth University

Image (c) Pamela Lawton

Collaborate and create counter-narratives using altered books

Artstories@Tate uses the medium of altered books to collaborate on the creation of counter narratives as a means of promoting hope and healing in marginalised and overlooked communities rich in human assets. Visitors will engage in the theme of movement by examining how their community's past has shaped its present, and their hopes for a more equitable and inclusive future.

About Virginia Commonwealth University and Pamela Lawton

VCUarts is the top-ranked public art school in the U.S. and offers degree programs across the visual and performing arts and design. VCUarts is housed within a major urban research university that has been recognized for its community-engaged research. Encouraging intellectual inquiry in and through the creative fields, VCUarts fosters rich, interdisciplinary collaborations between artists, designers, health practitioners, and more.

Pamela Lawton is a practicing artist and Associate Professor of Art Education at Virginia Commonwealth University. Her artistic and scholarly research revolves around visual narrative and intergenerational arts learning in community settings.

Tate Modern

Tate Exchange

Level 5, Blavatnik Building

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
Plan your visit

Dates

16–20 July 2019

21 July 2019 at 16.00–18.00