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I Am at Tate Exchange Festival 2020 With A New Direction

I Am At Tate Exchange 2019, image (c) Dubheasa Lanipekun

A unique celebration of creativity with D/deaf, disabled and neurodiverse young people

I Am At Tate Exchange Festival is a partnership between A New Direction, Tate Exchange and London special schools. The festival empowers D/deaf, disabled and neurodiverse young people to explore their creativity. Young people have the chance to showcase their talents, leadership, ideas and opinions.

As we move into our fourth year of programming, this year will feature more youth-led activity than ever before. Taking the theme of ‘Power’ as inspiration, we will be working with students to help bring their ideas to life. Expect dance, music, craft, theatre, textiles and so much more! Come along and experience it for yourself. The space is accessible and everyone is welcome. The festival is also free to attend.

Last year we welcomed over 300 young people and 3,000 visitors into the space. For many students, the festival was the first time they'd visited Tate Modern. 77% of students also told us they tried something new during their visit. We look forward to giving more young people their first gallery experience in 2020. Once again, we will demonstrate that children of all abilities can play an active role in London’s culture.

More information about activities will be posted in the New Year.

I Am At Tate Exchange 2019, image (c) Dan Weill Photography

I Am At Tate Exchange 2019, image (c) Dan Weill Photography

I Am At Tate Exchange 2019, image (c) Dan Weill Photography

I Am At Tate Exchange 2019, image (c) Dan Weill Photography

I Am At Tate Exchange 2019, image (c) Dan Weill Photography

I Am At Tate Exchange 2019, image (c) Dan Weill Photography

About A New Direction

A New Direction is a non-profit, generating opportunities for children and young people to unlock their creativity. We work with schools, cultural organisations, local authorities and a range of other partners to support children and young people to be creative and experience culture, while identifying areas of inequality and campaigning for policy change.

Tate Modern

Tate Exchange

Blavatnik Building, Level 5

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
Plan your visit

Dates

24–28 March 2020

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