Late at Tate
As curators for Late at Tate Spaces Between, we devised a unique programme of live art, performance, installations and workshops featuring a mix of storytellers, poets, beatboxers and musicians, attracting one of the largest numbers of young people to the gallery.
The programme featured performances from acclaimed British rapper Little Simz, UK beatbox champion Reeps One, a live art installation by international graffiti artist Mode 2 and screenings for Music Nation a five-part documentary series produced by Channel 4 and Dazed.& Confused
Circuit: Access, Change, Learning
Celebrating Circuit, a national youth programme led by Tate. We programmed a range of panel discussions, performances, keynote speakers, screenings and digital displays across the gallery's iconic Turbine Hall featuring BBC Radio broadcasters Clara Amfo and Nihal Arthanayake, MOBO-winning artists Section Boyz and Olivier-winning dance troupe Boy Blue
Access All Areas
We programmed a landmark music seminar at City Hall for the Mayor's Rhythm of London programme. Throughout The Chamber and Amphitheatre acclaimed musicians and organisations such as PRS for Music, William Morris Endeavour and BBC Radio to open up opportunities in music for young people.