Circuit at Tate St Ives

The launch of Circuit at Tate St Ives starts with a roar  when the gallery opens its doors with Connective.  For the 3 minutes edit click here

a free event especially for 15-25 year olds. The evening will bring music, artist interventions and collaborative making into the galleries and spaces of Tate St Ives, and encourage young people to question what a gallery of the future could look like.

Circuit is a four year national programme connecting 15–25 year olds to the arts in galleries and museums working in partnership with the youth and cultural sector. Led by Tate and funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, it provides opportunities for young people to steer their own learning and create cultural activity across art disciplines.

Created and performed as part of the Linder Project, working with Artist Linder Sterling and the Circuit Programme at Tate St Ives.

Circuit Core Values

  • Making a positive difference
  • Young people’s ownership, agency and authenticity
  • Social, cultural and creative diversity

Circuit Core Aims

  • To make a positive difference with and for young people
  • To improve access and opportunities for harder to reach young people through extending and developing sustainable networks between the arts and youth sector
  • To develop and change practice within and across cultural organisations
  • To change attitudes and behaviours towards and about young peopleCircuit at Tate St IvesThe Linder project would like to say thank you to:
  • Tate Collective St Ives:
  • Isabel Cude
    Nastassja Georgiadou-White
    Isaac Johnson
    Jess Pemberton
  • Alexander Bird
  • Wigan Young Souls:
    Stephen Cootes
    Harriet Dakin
    Lauren Fitzpatrick
    Charlotte Hindley
    Hannah Marshall
    Owen Phillips
    Laura West
    Jordan WilsonArtist Linder SterlingSoundtrack Maxwell SterlingCamera Alban RoinardCircuit Coordinator Sally NoallWith many thanks to the staff of Tate St Ives and to our local community and supporters:
    Mark Terry, The Crypt, Porthmeor Studios and St Ives Theatre

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