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Tate Nov 12
OPEN NOW: Tate Britain is alive with the sights & sounds of Steve McQueen’s — an epic portrait of London's future, smiling back at us from over 3,000 class photos. Free entry:
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SIND Dec 16
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Tate Nov 13
Steve McQueen's places 3,128 class photographs at the heart of Tate Britain! From arriving by boat to playful ways to explore, here are seven things to do when visiting the free exhibition with your family:
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BITE Nov 13
According to Britain, every child should be given the opportunity to express their artistic side, to explore their creativity. It's a belief placed at the heart of Steve McQueen’s latest work, the
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Steve Woodward Nov 17
Lovely review of by in - worked in partnership with to engage the 1,504 schools / 76,000 pupils in this ambitious project 🌟 Find out more about our involvement
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jean cameron Nov 13
I did love but my heart went out in anticipation of any wee ones excited to see their class portrait, only to find it on the top row and not being able to reach up to see it. I’m sure the clever people at Tate will have already worked out a solution to this...
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Gareth Harris Nov 14
Love how you can see all those kids’ faces through the tube doors at Pimlico station Steve McQueen Britain
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Tate Nov 12
Steve McQueen's is now open at Tate Britain! Planning a visit by boat? Thames Clippers is offering FREE boat travel to & from Millbank Pier (outside the gallery) for one child with a paying adult. Full details & how to book here: 🛥️🛥️🛥️
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LEO Academy Trust Nov 6
Steve McQueen’s is now on at in partnership with & . Proud it features children from . Have you spotted a billboard in London yet? Can you find us somewhere in London as part of this epic outdoor exhibition?
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Hannah White Nov 11
This is such a fantastic project - my daughter was photographed and cannot wait to see herself and all her friends at different local schools on the wall of ⁦
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Emily Gopaul Nov 18
Just did a pre visit to ahead of visiting with children. I was more moved than I expected. So nice to see that well worn and familiar photo format elevated to gallery worthy status.
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Mr P Nov 18
Immensely proud to have been involved in this. A once in a lifetime, inspirational experience for each and every child who took part! ⁦⁩ Steve McQueen: Year 3 review – skewed ties, missing teeth and hope
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Tate Dec 30
Join us in January for a reflective panel discussion exploring Steve McQueen's epic at Tate Britain. Conversation themes include identity, childhood and belonging.
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Shelly Asquith Nov 6
The on the tube really cheered my commute to/from work today. Even with someone’s armpit in your face and suitcase on your foot, you’ve got to smile back at these adorable little Londoners’ cheeky grins.
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Hoxton Garden School Nov 5
Over 600 billboards in every London borough have been taken over for the Steven McQueen's . Photos of year 3 classes from all over London, including Hoxton Garden, are forming a display in Tate Modern. Let us know if you spot our school!
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Ferren Gipson Nov 18
I'm *very* excited to share that I will be giving a tour at Britain on 13th Dec looking at representations of children/childhood in art, including a look at Steve Mcqueen's . Book a ticket and come along!
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Henwick Primary 8h
Our lovely year 4s had a ball when they visited Steve McQueen’s Year 3 Project at Britain this week – and found their class pictures in amongst the 3000+ class photos! They took part in the project last year. Happy faces!
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Tate Nov 19
TOUR: Join us after-hours to explore how British artists have represented childhood throughout history, finishing with a look at Steve McQueen’s epic . Fri 13 December 6.30pm 🎟️:
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A New Direction Jan 20
A New Direction has worked hard to make sure the 76,000 children featured in get the most out of the experience Marina Lewis-King reflects on how teachers & pupils were encouraged to become active participants in this amazing artwork
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Darren Chetty Nov 11
I wasn’t prepared for how overwhelming would be. Earlier this year, as part of the educational work connected to the project I gave a talk at the Tate about children’s writing, and discussed the research from
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