Loyle Carner performing at BP Loud Tate: Code (2014), photo credit Yemisi Blake.
Tate Collective London run free events and festivals for young people aged 15–25 to experiment, create and innovate through art and ideas at Tate Modern, Tate Britain and online.
Online Street Art
On Monday 2nd November, Tate will collaborate with the live street art collective Drips and Runs to provide a digital arts event inspired by the current EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop. Drips and Runs will create a wall mural, and will invite young people to digitally contribute to the artwork as it is being created using the hashtag #dripsandtate. The event will be live-streamed via Tate’s website on the evening…
…and the mural will be on public view at Tate Modern on Tuesday 3rd November.
Online Art course
Tate has also collaborated with MoMA and The Chicago Institute of Art to create a new and unique online offering – A Tale of Three Cities, available from Wednesday 4th November (pre-registration essential). This is a free, 4 week-long online art course aimed at young people between 13-17 years old, curated by the institutions’ young people’s groups to give an exclusive access and behind the scenes insight into the art galleries, artists and the contemporary art scene in London, New York and Chicago.
Tate Britain: Late at the Tate
Late at Tate: Body on Friday 6th November will provide an evening of music, creative workshops and performance based on the idea of the body at Tate Britain aimed at young people 18+, while BP
Tate Britain: Music & performance
Loud Tate: I.D at Tate Britain on Saturday 14th November will provide a free day of art music and performance on the theme of identity.