Circuit: Hyperlink, Tate Modern | Tate

installations, performances and workshops

Tate Modern | 26 – 28 April 2013
Eingabedatum: 17.03.2013



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Hyperlink is a major festival for young people at Tate Modern, Hyperlink will take place in The Tanks and Turbine Hall at Tate Modern on 26 – 28 April. Hyperlink is a three day festival of installations, performances and workshops by visual artists, designers, gastronomists and musicians developed and produced by and for young people.

Hyperlink is the first of eight festivals around the country happening as part of CircuitHyperlink has been curated by Tate Collective London, a group of young creatives aged 15-25 years, who produce dynamic programme for young audiences across Tate Modern and TateBritain.

Hyperlink will feature exciting performances by critically acclaimed musicians such as Akala, George the Poet, Sway and Kano. In addition to live music, there will be artist-run workshops, installations and interactive artworks, one installation will see the Turbine Hall transformed with a cascading flotilla of handmade boats. Visitors can pop by for five minutes, stay for a few hours or for both days, and there will be special artist talks, food stalls and more.

Highlights include:

Hyperlink is the first in a series of national festivals being developed as part of Circuit, a new national youth network for the visual arts. Supported by thePaul Hamlyn Foundation, Circuit aims to reach 80,000 young people aged 15-25 over four years, through festivals, sustained partnership work and artist-led projects. The programme provides opportunities for young people across theUK, particularly those who have the least access to the arts, to participate and shape their own cultural experiences. Alongside Tate are five national partners: firstsite,Colchester; MOSTYN, Llandudno North Wales; Nottingham Contemporary;WhitworthArtGallery,Manchester; and Wysing Arts Centre in collaboration with Kettle’s Yard, Cambridgeshire. All four Tate galleries will be involved: Tate Modern and TateBritain inLondon, Tate Liverpool, and Tate St Ives (working closely withNewlynArtGallery and The Exchange).

Young People’s Programme and Tate Collective 

Tate delivers a wide range of opportunities for young people, aged 15 to 25, to engage with art and artists’ practices. These initiatives act as a catalyst for informal learning through collaboration, participation and production.



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