You can explore hanging soundscapes, sound sculptures or even make your own sound by moving your body
Join us over half-term in the South Tank to fill the space with echoes, rattles, hums, donks and bops. Why not work with others out loud or listen quietly by yourself. What noises can you make with found objects, recycled card and your own body? What does each sound remind you of? Can you recreate a familiar sound? We have materials, microphones, headphones and speakers , all ready for you to get noisy, listen in and create your own symphony.
This session is primarily for neurodivergent children and adults, and any other visitors with sensory needs who prefer a more relaxed experience, plus their families, friends and carers. Those who are looking for a playful-yet-still-relaxing hour to start the day can visit the space – just with smaller groups so we can support any additional needs you might have.
Resources will be available on the day including:
- Access Station
- Ear defenders
- A quiet breakout space
- Slightly limited admissions so fewer people in the space
Tate staff will be aware that this is an access hour and will take that into consideration as they look after you and the artwork.