Opportunity: Infinite Kusama by Tate Collective

Anyone a bit shy about committing to a whole workshop? Drop in days are a great way to try things out and see what arts stuff you might like to participate in. This one looks fab, an afternoon of great performances and workshops at Tate Modern presented by Tate Collectives, a youth art initiative run by and for young people, inspired by the Yayoi Kusama exhibition. Stop by and try something. No pressure. Oh, and don’t forget to swing by the galleries and check out some art!

Project Name:  Infinite Kusama

Company/Organisation Name: Tate Collectives at Tate Modern

For Age Group: 15-25 years

Art Form: Film, Visual Art, Textiles, Fashion, Music

Level of Experience Required: n/a

Project Description/Aims: 

Inspired by Kusama’s film Self Obliteration, join film artist Rachel Rayns and draw 16mm film graffiti and see your work screened as part of Infinite Kusama

Create your own Kusama inspired fashion accessories with the fashion collective Stooki.

Artists Willow and Bethany Mitchell will help you create your own textile sculpture as it becomes part of ever growing Kusama-like installation throughout the day.

Have your nails decorated Kusama Style.

Sound based Kusama experiments with Kelvin Brown & Chase Lane Audio Projects.

You can also enjoy performances from 3-6pm, and film screenings throughout the day.

In partnership with the Louis Vuitton Young Arts Project and ReCreative UK Online.

Project Dates and Times: Saturday 24 March, 1-6pm

Venue: Bridge, Turbine Hall, Tate Modern, Bankside, London, SE1 9TG

Cost to Participants: Free

How to sign up/apply: Just turn up!

Deadline: n/a

Website: http://collectives.tate.org.uk/events/tate-collective-present-infinite-kusama

Twitter: @tatecollective

Facebook: Tate