Engaging marginalised groups at Tate Modern

A series of free talks, programmed by the University of Brighton, is taking place at the Tate Modern this week.

These events examine a variety of arts disciplines and how to use these to engage marginalised groups such as people with learning disabilities, people with mental health diagnosis, offenders, the elderly, homeless people and refugees.

Invited speakers have worked with theatre, performance, animation, film and the visual arts to support marginalised groups in expressing a different part of themselves through the art-making process and having their voices heard and valued.

The University of Brighton is a Tate Exchange Associate.

Monday 16 January: Tony Gammidge, artist, filmmaker, art therapist, lecturer and Arts and Health worker

Tuesday 17 January: Alice Fox, course leader and founder of MA Inclusive Arts Practice, University of Brighton.

Wednesday 18 January: Tassia Kobylinska, Lecturer in TV at Goldsmiths

Thursday 19 January: Helen Nicholson, Professor of Drama, Theatre and Dance at Royal Holloway

Friday 20 January: Bobby Lloyd, Art Refuge UK

Find out more on the Tate Modern website.

Our Inclusive Arts Practice MA is part of our postgraduate open evening at Grand Parade on 2 February – find out more about the evening and other courses we offer at postgraduate level.


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