Make your way over to ‘Flux’ at the Tate Britain for an event that explores how gender constructs influence our everyday lives.
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Tate Britain is back at it again with another one-night only event for 18–25 year olds, exploring themes of gender fluidity in identity.
Set to sounds by SIREN, ‘Flux’ is the last Late at Tate Britain for 2017 and closes the season with a bang. The event hosts a series of workshops, discussions and plenty of audio/ visual material to keep you occupied all evening; create your own Floof with gender non-conforming artist Soofiya, watch a moving image piece on queer culture in Johannesburg by Mykki Blanco or feel free to take part in spoken word with Kei Patrick.
This event also marks the launch of a week-long artist residency by the BBZ exhibition collective, who give you the opportunity to make your mark by contributing to their ‘BBZ BLK BK’ online directory of QTIPOC artists.
The night kicks off at 6pm, free entry operating on a first-come, first-served basis.
Find out more about the line-up: Late at Tate Britain: Flux.