We will be working with local, regional and national creative industries and organizations, including Eden Project, National Lottery Heritage Fund and St Ives School of Painting. There will be College and University reps on-hand to answer all your questions and invited key speakers and artists will host talks and sessions throughout the day.
Alongside drop-in activities and stalls, the day will feature bookable hands-on workshops covering a range of topics from Digital techniques to Art Handling.
In partnership with University of Falmouth, Falmouth School of Art
Foyle Studio, Level 3
Enjoy real, honest and inspirational conversations from young artists, creative entrepreneurs and established figures in the art world. You’ll have an opportunity to ask questions at the end of each talk.
Introduction Louise Connell, Head of Programme Tate St Ives
12.30–13.15 Laurence London & Nick Dixon
13.30–14.15 Anne Barlow & Low Profile
14.30–15.15 Melanie Stidolph & Emily Bull
Please note that these talks require a free ticket available from the Welcome Desk in the Heron Mall, Level 1, on a first come first served basis.
Anne Barlow, Director, Tate St Ives
Emily Bull, Creative Producer
Laurence London, Artist, Falmouth Graduate and Tate Collective Producer
Melanie Stidolph, Curator and Artist
Nick Dixon, Head of Programme, Launchpad
Low Profile Artist Collective
ALTERNATIVE WORKSHOPS AND TOURS
Join us for gallery tours throughout the day, starting from the meeting point on Level 3. Please see the board for times.
Drop-in to the Animation Workshop: Foyle Studio, Level 3: 11.00 – 11.45 & 16.00-16.45
Relax in our De-Stress Art Zone in Gallery 8, Level 3, throughout the day.
Take time out to chill with friends and meet other young people interested in creative careers in the Tate Café Level 4
Gallery 9, St Ives Studio
11.15–11.45 Residencies, Applications and Porthmeor Studios: Lucy Frears
12.15–12.45 Portfolio Lab: Naomi Frears
13.15–13.45 Instagram and Social Media: Good or bad for creative industries and artists - Discuss! Theo Carter-Webb
14.15–14.45 Artists As Educators, Creating your own arts company: Tough Dough
15.15–15.45 Portfolio Lab: Naomi Frears
16.15–16.45 Instagram and Social Media: Good or bad for creative industries and artists - Discuss! Theo Carter-Webb
St Ives Studio workshops are drop-in. No ticket is needed, though we may have to limit places if the space reaches capacity.
Clore Sky Studio, Level 4
Cornwall Museums Partnership
Creative Youth Network
Digital Peninsula network
National Lottery Heritage Fund
Plymouth College of Art
Poynton Bradbury Winter Cole
Real Ideas Organization
St Ives School of Painting
Tate Collective Membership
Tate Enterprises and Commerce: café and shop
Tate Visitor Experience
Truro and Penwith College
Visual Arts South West
How to Book
For groups of under 20 students there is no need to book, just drop in at a time that suits you.
For groups of over 20 students please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book your schedule for the day.
£1 special admission for 18–25 year olds
Free for under 18s, Members & Locals’ Pass holders