Fancy having your work screened at Tate Britain? Simple, send us your film!
Several events this summer meant that ‘identity’ was a word on everyone’s lips. From the refugee crisis to cultural appropriation, it appears that British society is having a well needed moment of self reflection. And, almost in acknowledgement of this moment, the Tate Collective London decided to host a day event on the theme of identity. To our delight, Eye Want Change has been invited to participate and we are now looking for you to collaborate and contribute to this with us.
During this event Tate Collective London (Tate’s forum for young people aged 15-25 years) curate a vibrant mix of music, artist’s workshops, live performance, film screening, DJs, and debate, all taking inspiration from the Tate Collection. Annnnd, we want your help!
All you have to do is submit a film, shot on a smartphone, tablet, or webcam, of up to two minutes on the theme of identity, with the chance to be screened at Tate Britain. Eye Want Change and Tate Collective London will be co-curating a selection of the best submissions to be screened throughout the day at one of London's most exciting celebrations of youth culture and creativity. Participants must be aged 15-25.
So, enter! You’ll have a chance to have your work shown alongside performers such as Novelist and award winning rapper Ms Banks.
More details can be found here.