September2007
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Tate Forum: Mobilography Launch

Mobile phones and portable technology are everywhere - but do we use them to their full potential? How attached are you to your mobile phone? Mobilography creates a visual language which captures symbols and works of art in Tate Britain's surrounding environment. Discover how portable technology can be used to collect images to build up a contemporary visual narrative of individual experiences of life and your immediate environment.

Tate Forum and the artist Tracey Moberly explore the world using mobile phones. There will be debate, music, film and a chance to view Tate Britain's historic and contemporary social and political art.

There will be a chance to win a prize in the Mobilography competition and find out how you can join Tate Forum, Tate Britain's youth group for 15 -23 yr-olds.

PLUS -
Tate Forum - Mobilography Radio Session: Talk and Music on Resonance 104.4 FM
Friday 21 September 2007-19.00-20.00
Tune into the latest music and discussion by Tate Forum on:
Digital vs Analogue and Historic vs Contempary art

Tate Forum: Mobilography Launch
For ages 15 - 23
Saturday 22 September, 12.00-16.00
Tate Britain, Manton Studio
Free, booking required
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There is parking for blue badge holders on Atterbury Street and at the Millbank entrance.
Nearest tubes: Pimlico and Westminster
Nearest rail; Vauxall
Buses: 2, 3, C10, 36, 87, 88, 159, 185 and 507

Tate Forum is a peer-led advisory youth group at Tate Britain, supported by Study Support at the City of Westminster Children's and Community Services.
Capture images of your immediate environment at Mobilography
Capture images of your immediate environment at Mobilography
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Tate Take Over

Tate Take Over is a monthly social event alternately curated by Artists and Raw Canvas, showcasing artists' practice, performance, music, poetry, film, digital and new media art. Come along and be part of an evening of entertainment, culture and conversation.

Tate Take Over
For ages 14 - 25
Saturday 29 September, 19.00-22.00
Tate Modern, Level 2 Café
Free, no bookings taken
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Come to Tate Take Over, an evening of art and entertainment
Come to Tate Take Over, an evening of art and entertainment
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