28 February 2017
Kettle’s Yard at Tate Exchange
We’re very proud to be holding two events at Tate Modern as part of the fantastic Tate Exchange project. Running until June 2017, Tate Exchange is an ambitious ‘open experiment’ which allows other organisations and members of the public to participate in Tate’s creative process by holding events and projects on site.
Next week Kettle’s Yard are heading to London with our community programme, Open House. Inspired by our creative collaboration with artists and our neighbours in north Cambridge, we will be sharing the successes of Open House and exploring the principles for creating artwork in community settings.
Both events will be held on Level 5 of the new Switch House at Tate Modern and are FREE to attend, but please note that booking is essential for Tuesday’s event.
If you are interested please come along – we are looking forward to working with you!
Monday 6 March: Public Workshop
12 – 4pm, drop-in
The second artist-in-residence for Open House, Isabella Martin, will host a creative workshop inviting visitors to explore the role of art in their own community.
More info here.
Tuesday 7 March: Symposium on Conditions for Creative Communities
11am – 4pm, booking essential (limited spaces remaining)
During the symposium participants will collectively create a practical set of principles for embarking on collaborative programmes: The Conditions for Creative Communities. We will be hearing from those involved in the Open House project alongside guest speakers from creative projects nationwide.
More info here.