Tate Modern Workshop

Powerful Interventions and Networks of Power With Valleys Kids, CCCU and People United

Valleys Kids at Tate Exchange

How does power affect us across communities and generations?

For the fourth year Valleys Kids, Canterbury Christ Church University, and People United will collaborate at Tate Exchange.

This year we focus on Power and its relationship to social movements. Explore how it affects us across generations and communities, and how we can create the dynamics for change and the power of kindness.

Expect lots of interaction with pop up performances, arts installations, sensory stories, workshops and discussions. A fun and thought provoking experience suitable for all the family.

About Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU)

Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) is strongly committed to transforming individuals, enriching communities and building a sustainable future. CCCU’s research on political activism seeks to bring together researchers and activists, ideas and action, in order to inform progressive forms of political mobilisation. Our student focused curriculum provides the opportunity not only for academic engagement but also for applying knowledge to real world challenges. To this extent, our philosophy is one of not only understanding the world, but also changing it.

About People United

People United is a creative laboratory and pioneering arts charity. It is their mission to create a more kind and caring society through the arts. They develop projects, undertake research, support artists in creating new work and help others to make positive change in their own settings. Working in schools, communities, festivals, hospitals, parks, streets, care homes and major cultural venues, People United is a catalyst for kindness.

About Valley Kids

Valleys Kids is a community development organisation based in the South Wales valleys. Working with some of the most marginalised communities in Europe, Valleys Kids is about changing lives for the better. The organisation has a rich 40-year-old history of developing innovative projects in youth and family work drawing especially on play and art.

Tate Modern

Tate Exchange
Blavatnik Building, Level 5

London SE1 9TG
Plan your visit


27–29 May 2020