6 Sep 2012 - 8 Sep 2012
This three-day conference draws together different disciplines in order to ask what is at stake for children’s cultural lives today. It brings the worlds of arts education together across time, place and practice. The Shakespeare strand of this special event is for artists and educators who are passionate about teaching Shakespeare. Czech teachers and students from Gymnazium Pribram take part in the event.
The conference brings together a unique ensemble of voices, experiences and insights from world leading artists, academics, directors and teachers.
Czech students will take part in creating a performance based on King Lear which they will perform to the conference delegates on the last morning as a prelude to a panel discussion session about Why Shakespeare matters in the lives of young people.
More infromation about the conference can be found at: http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tanks-tate-modern/conference/worlds-together
South Tank 2011
© Peter Saville, Hayes Davidson, Herzog and de Meuron
Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG
From: 6 Sep 2012
To: 8 Sep 2012
Tate Modern, the British Museum, the National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC)