Drop-in, hang out and make art at U Studio Festival.
Enjoy DJ sets from Pzyk Gurls and DJ Good Doggy as well as workshops, performances, and talks led by young creatives.
Get inspired, relax, and explore the galleries after hours. Tate St Ives café/bar will also be open late, providing the perfect space to relax and watch the sunset over Porthmeor Beach.
U STUDIO FESTIVAL PROGRAMME
DJ sets from Pzyk Gurls and DJ Good Doggy.
Join Rhys Morgan and the LGBTQIA+ choir for an evening of Sea Shanties, performed from a queer perspective.
Dancers occupy the gallery connected by threads for a performance exploring collaboration, restriction, bodies, and togetherness.
A programme of spoken word by young poets and T.S.Idiot.
Visible Mending Workshop
Mend and upcycle your preloved clothes. Learn how to add beautiful repairs to holes, rips, and tears.
Join our poetry workshop to create and share your own poems for performance.
Join dancer Hannah for an introduction to improvised movement and choreography.
Light, Shadow and Form Sculpture Studio
Work with artists to create sculptural paper maquettes and experiment with projection and shadow in our Foyle Studio.
Beach Relaxation and Grounding Space
Fancy a break? Join us on the beach to slow down and relax.
Artists Sam and Marija discuss disability as both a perspective and a strategy.
Down to a Fine Art Live Podcast Episode
Join emerging artists Izzy and Anna as they try to understand the world of art. Covering everything from technical advice to creative pressures, they offer honesty and transparency on what it’s like to be a young artist in Cornwall.
Artist Talk: Tom Stockley
Tom Stockley is a multidisciplinary artist working across the UK and based in the Southwest. Informed by a century of counter-culture, collaboration and queer culture, their integrated practice includes digital design, immersive experiences, film making, theatre and live art, often created collaboratively with other artists and in community settings.
Bruk Up Stigma
A film by young people from across urban and rural locations, using spoken word, urban music, and the underrepresented dance form of Bruk Up, to explore mental health. Created by local mental health services and charities for young people in Nottingham and West Cornwall - Trelya, Nottingham CAMHS Mental Health Support Team and Nottingham CYF Project - with New York dance group Bed-Stuy Veterans/The Eternalz, and film producers We the Conspirators.
A selection of films created by Tate Collective Producers will also play on loop throughout the event.
U Studio Festival is developed and delivered by Tate Collective Producers at Tate St Ives. During November 2022 to March 2023, the Tate Collective Producers have worked with artist Tom Stockley and the Tate St Ives Young Peoples Team to develop a festival programme inspired by Barbara Hepworth Art and Life at Tate St Ives.
Aimed at age 15-25, everyone welcome.