Working with creative learning specialists A New Direction, Tate Britain and Artangel today have invited every London primary school to register their school at tateyear3project.org.uk. Here they can choose a date and time for a Tate photographer, briefed by McQueen, to visit their school and take their Year 3 class photo. Specially created learning resources will also allow pupils to further explore the work’s key themes of belonging, identity and citizenship within the curriculum, while a live-streamed lesson will be staged in spring 2019 for primary school classes across the country to watch and engage with the project.
From November 2019 to May 2020, the Duveen Galleries at Tate Britain will be taken over by a vast installation of the photographs, free for all to visit. It will be a celebration of the tens of thousands of young people who will make London their own in years to come, and a meditation on the social forces and personal developments that shape our lives. Artangel, who are renowned for producing extraordinary art in unexpected places, will also create an outdoor exhibition of class photographs across each of London’s 33 boroughs, giving passers-by a glimpse of the future of their city. Tate Modern will then stage a major survey exhibition of McQueen’s work to coincide with the project, open from February to May 2020.
Click here for more details 2019 Community Fun Day
Local churches invite you to their community fun day. Join them for an afternoon of fun for all the family, including food, refreshments, music, games, bouncy castle, face painting, arts and crafts, penalty shoot out, basketball competition, open mike on the hour.
NO TICKETS NEEDED, just show up!
ALL FREE! ALL WELCOME!
School photographer will be in school to photograph each class.
Proofs will be issued and can be ordered to purchase 8″ x 6″ = £10 each and £10″ x 7″ = £12 each.