Join tonight’s virtual event for a night in with vibrant talks, films, music and poetry
BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS
Tonight (3 July), the second UNIQLO Tate Lates Night In will be celebrating LGBTQI culture while the galleries are still closed. Tate Modern’s popular monthly event will be Brough direct to viewers at home, offering two digital streams of content so that viewers can curate their own evening.
To mark the end of Pride Month, this event will bring together a vibrant mix of talks, workshops, film, music, poetry and meditation centred around LGBTQI people, visual activism and self-care.
Hosted by Dan Vo, a leading figure in the world of LGBTQI museum tours, UNIQLO Tate Lates Night In will be able to view on the Tate website from 7-9pm BST and will remain online for a week.
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This Friday, Uniqlo #TateLates Night In is bringing a second artist-popping programme direct to you at home. 🏠 Join us online to explore the work of LGBTIQ+ artists and visual activists with a mix of talks, workshops, film and music—all hosted by museum ‘queerator’ @dannouveau 🌈 Highlights include poetry readings with Keith Jarrett 🗣️; music and visuals by NTS Radio; a painting workshop that focuses on supporting self-care & celebrating the queer Black community with @attzs_ 🎨 and illustration & inspiration with @hellomynameisWednesday. We'll round off the evening with a relaxing guided meditation with wellness practitioner @suhaiylashakuwra 🧘. The stream will be live from 7–9pm on Friday 3 July BST, but feel free to drop in to the night whenever the programme suits you best. It'll be available online until Friday 10 July if you miss it. Click the link in our bio to see the programme or join the stream. 🔗 In partnership with @uniqlo_uk ✨
Programme highlights include queer British artist Ajamu X discussing his practice and visual activism, an interactive creative workshop with London artist Ashton Attzs, meditation with Suhaiyla Shakuwra and specially programmed DJ sets from NTS radio.
Over on the music and film stream, viewers can watch a live recorded DJ set programmed by NTS Radio from Beatrice Dillon and Loraine James and accompanied by visuals by artist Onyeka Igwe. This will be followed by a film screening.
UNIQLO Tate Lates occur at Tate Modern on the last Friday of every month and have left their mark on London’s cultural scene by offering a free and accessible creative hub for people to come together, socialise and exchange ideas. Over the past three and a half years, these events have been dedicated to showcasing local emerging talent, alongside well-known DJs and world-famous artists. UNIQLO Tate Lates Night In is part of Tate’s commitment to continue to inspire and connect people across the world and to support and platform local emerging artists alongside collection artists during lockdown.
Head over to the Tate website to join in this queer virtual event this evening.