This month we’re celebrating the iconic work of Alberto Giacometti through drop-in workshops, pop-up talks, film screenings, music and more.
All Uniqlo Tate Lates activities are free and open to all.
Special exhibitions do however require a ticket which you can book in advance: goo.gl/Pgn5xL
*Special offer: All tickets for Giacometti and Wolfgang Tillmans will be £10 each from 18.00 on the night. Available to book now or on the night!*
MUSIC PROGRAMMED BY NTS RADIO
See DJs Covco, Alien Jams, Pandora's Jukebox and K.Sande (Blackest Ever Black) in the Turbine Hall.
Also see DJs Adam Oko, Nadeem and Danielle in the Terrace Bar until 23.00.
— WHAT’S HAPPENING
Sketch our Giacometti-esque life model or Vanitas still life with Art Macabre. Pick up a pencil and brush up on top techniques.
INSIDE GIACOMETTI’S STUDIO
Go back in time to Giacometti’s Parisian studio and discover how the studio shaped his work.
A pop-up Parisian-inspired salon brimming with musing and raucous philosophical debate, hosted by Oliver Hymans’ Puppet Cabaret.
How do you prepare for death and what is a good death? Reserve a seat and join sensitively led discussions on death and dying. Free tickets required and will be available from the Level 0 Ticket Desk on a first come, first served basis.
GIVE A TALK AT TATE
Ever wondered if you could give a talk in a public art gallery? Now you can! Visitor Experience Managers Russell & Reid and their Ten Minute Talkers will guide you in giving your personal response to a chosen artwork. No prior art history knowledge or experience needed.
CLAY COLLECTIVE CREATE
Hackney’s Clay Collective invite you to discover their creative process. Watch live demos and discover the intricacies of working with clay.
UNIQLO 10 MINUTE ART TALKS
Throughout the building
Staff and volunteers from across Tate share their personal insights into selected works from the collection.
Got an opinion about the art in Tate Modern? Our visitor experience teams will lead three lively rounds of conversation around key artworks.
RIVANE NEUENSCHWANDER AND CAO GUIMARÃES: QUARTA-FEIRA DE CINZAS/EPILOGUE
Brazilian artists Rivane Neuenschwander and Cao Guimarães capture a group of ants’ colourful post-Carnival procession. Shot on Ash Wednesday, the short video observes as the ants begin their own profane feast to the rhythm of matchbox samba.
* Enjoy 241 cocktails all night in selected bars plus meal deals in our cafes*
To find out more, visit: goo.gl/NvmBhB