Calling all 8–14 year olds! Bring your tribes to Tate Britain this weekend for an exciting day of performances and activities

What’s on: Exhibitions

Tate Modern : Exhibition
The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop

17 September 2015 – 24 January 2016

This is pop art, but not as you know it. Tate Modern is ready to tell a global story of pop art, breaking new ground along the way, and revealing a different side to the artistic and cultural phenomenon

Tate Britain : Exhibition
Frank Auerbach

9 October 2015 –13 March 2016

Join us for a retrospective of the work of Frank Auerbach, the maker of some of the most resonant and inventive paintings in recent times, both of people and of the urban landscapes near his studio in Camden Town

Tate Modern : Exhibition
Coming soon: Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture

11 November 2015 – 3 April 2016

This exhibition will reveal how motion, performance and theatricality underpinned his practice

Tate Modern : Exhibition
Hyundai Commission 2015: Abraham Cruzvillegas: Empty Lot

13 October 2015 – 20 March 2016

Mexican artist Abraham Cruzvillegas is best known for creating sculptural works from local found objects and materials. He will undertake the first Hyundai Commission for the Turbine Hall – a new series of annual site-specific commissions by renowned international artists

Tate Liverpool : Exhibition
Coming soon: Works to Know by Heart: An Imagined Museum

20 November 2015 – 14 February 2016

You’ve arrived at Tate Liverpool in the future. All of the works of art on display are about to disappear, forever. Which works of art do you want to know by heart, committing them to memory so that your favourite piece lives on?

Newlyn Art Gallery & the Exchange : Exhibition
Terry Frost

10 October 2015 – 9 January 2016 at Newlyn Art Gallery and The Exchange

This special exhibition brings together a selection of Terry Frost’s most significant paintings, collages and sculptural forms from public and private collections across the UK

What's on: Events

  • Tate Modern : Conference
    Media in Transition

    Wednesday 18 November – Friday 20 November 2015

    A major international conference focused on the intersection of media art and technological change over time.

  • Tate Modern : Events
    Light and Dark Matters

    Friday 20 November 2015 – Saturday 21 November 2015

    Over twenty four hours at Tate Modern leading artists, scientists, philosophers, theorists and the public come together to debate, share and uncover our contemporary experience of light, dark and dark matter

  • Tate Britain : Events
    BP Family Festival 2015: Bring your tribe

    Saturday 31 October and Sunday 1 November 2015 11.00–16.00

    Calling all 8–14’s to come along, bring your tribes, join some new ones and take over Tate Britain! Don’t miss this exciting day full of sonic, visual, interactive and spectacular performances

  • Tate Britain : Performance and music
    BP Loud Tate 2015: i.d

    Saturday 14 November 2015, 12.00–18.00

    Identity affects everything, what you say and how you say it. Who’s listening? Head over to Tate Britain for BP Loud Tate: i.d, a free day of artist-led workshops, music, film, performance and talks to explore questions of power, politics and identity

  • Tate Modern : Talks and lectures
    Bio Art: Altered Realities

    Thursday 26 November 2015, 18.30–20.00

    Writer, curator and author of Bio Art: Altered Realities William Myers discusses the ethics and aesthetics of artists working with living organisms and life processes, addressing the possibilities and dangers posed by biotechnological advancements and calling into question the concept of nature itself

  • Tate Modern : Talks and lectures
    What happened to the Nordic model?

    Saturday 14 November 2015, 15.00–17.00

    After the infamous 90’s YBAs there came the ‘Nordic Miracle’. This discussion looks at Nordic art and asks if can we imagine some kind of Euro-lateral ‘regional solidarity’ that benefits the art world and society as a whole given the marginalisation of the arts in Britain and the rest of Europe?

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