This free creative event, taking place on Saturday 18 October 1.30 – 5pm at Tate Modern, will be presented by six local and national arts and mental health organisations. Engaging, fun and creative activities suitable for all ages are on offer throughout the afetrnoon, with an exciting range of participatory workshops celebrating positive mental health.
Tate Modern will be collaborating with a range of arts and mental health organisations including Arts Network, CoolTan Arts, Outside In, Portugal Prints, SlamAdArt and Studio Upstairs.
Outside In's workshop
This event will be taking place in the Energy and Process rooms on the 4th floor, and will focus on the work of Pino Pascali's piece entitled Trap. The piece is made from brillo pads from the 1960s, which have been made to look like rope. The piece could be seen as a 'bad' trap, but Outside In will be focusing on the trapping of bad things by making dream catchers or nests from found, natrual objects.
The drop in workshop is aimed at all ages and abilities, and by the end of the day, you will have made something that you can take away with you.