The Tate Exchange is a space for everyone to collaborate, test ideas and discover new perspectives on life, through art.
What happens when you bring together visual arts, music and dance, in a place where everyone can get involved, watch new work being made, and participate in the creative process of putting on a performance?
Visit the Tate Exchange at Tate Modern to find out! This year's theme is Production.Tate Exchange Website
Every year, Tate Exchange brings together international artists, over 60 partners who work within and beyond the arts, and the public.
Trinity Laban is one of the partners. Our Tate Exchange programme injects our creative energy into the visual arts to make new and exciting sounds and shapes.
See and Hear
You might see dancers and choreographers creating a new performance in response to artworks by Gerhard Richter and music by John Cage; you could hear students and older people in an intergenerational project making music inspired by the Babel Sound Sculpture; or find out what happens when Greenwich and Lewisham Young People’s Theatre collaborates with our Animate Youth Orchestra.
Come up and join our music and dance family workshops, spend time with young composers from our Junior Trinity Saturday School, dancers from our Centre for Advanced Training, older adults from Voices in Motion and staff and students from one of the most innovative and exciting Conservatoires in the UK.
Save the Dates!
Join us in January and February 2018 to experience Trinity Laban’s free programme of events, situated and inspired by the incredible Tate Exchange space and the Tate modern works!
Fri 26 Jan, 18.00h – 22.00h
Wed 14 Feb, 12.00h – 18.00h
Thu 15 – Sun 18 Feb, 12.00h – 18.00h
Contact Us about Tate Exchange
For more information about Trinity Laban’s Tate Exchange programme, please contact Louisa Borg-Costanzi Potts at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 020 8305 9364.Send email