Trinity Laban exchanging ideas at the TateMon 22 Jan 2018
This January and February Trinity Laban returns to the Tate Exchange, Tate Modern’s annual programme of innovative, collaborative projects that let the audience into the heart of the creative process.
As a Tate Exchange Associate, Trinity Laban will once again enjoy a weeklong residency. Running from 14 to 18 February, this series of free, interactive events will bring together our students and staff with the public in order to collaborate, test ideas, and discover new perspectives through art.
Louisa Borg-Costanzi Potts, Trinity Laban Learning & Participation (Dance) Programme Manager commented –
“Being an Associate of Tate Exchange allows us to explore how galleries and higher education institutions can work together to engage audiences. It is a way to let many more people be moved and inspired by the incredible work of Trinity Laban dancers and musicians.”
Ahead of the residency, Trinity Laban students will come together for the first UNIQLO Tate Late of the year on Friday 26 January. The evening will see pop-up encounters across Tate Modern, exploring the joys and challenges of making art, and emphasising art’s importance to society.