Not to be missed: State of the Nation at the Tate Modern

Not be missed @Tate April 8-9th 2017, the Museum of Homelessness launches its first major program at the Tate Modern in London. Homelessness is on the rise across the UK – a 102% increase in rough sleeping alone since 2010 – but is poorly understood despite the lessons it can teach us about society. State of the Nation brings together people who have been homeless those who haven’t to examine what we can learn from the past, what’s happening today and how art and creativity can improve things in future. Part of Tate Exchange, State of the Nation will occupy the fifth floor of the new Switch House and include installations, performance, workshops and talks. A week’s residency at Tate Liverpool will follow in July. All events will be free.

Read the full programme here

2017-02-18T21:25:25+00:00 February 18th, 2017|

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