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Tate Modern’s Yayoi Kusama Infinity Rooms: Creating Spotty Wearables | An Event for Disabled and Neurodiverse Audiences Only

Join artist Emi Horley for a creative activity folding large spotty handkerchiefs into headscarves, neckerchiefs, bandanas and wearable shapes. This activity aims to help people feel more able to understand the world of Yayoi Kusama. This activity is for people on the autistic spectrum or living with neurodiverse conditions and their carers,. The environment and staff team are neurodiversity aware. This event is part of the Terra Foundation for American Art Series.

Booking necessary via Tate website:
tate.org.uk

Join artist Emi Horley for a creative activity folding large spotty handkerchiefs into headscarves, neckerchiefs, bandanas and wearable shapes.

This activity aims to help people feel more able to understand the world of Yayoi Kusama, particularly her visual and mental engagement with spots and dots.

People on the autistic spectrum or living with neurodiverse conditions are particularly welcome and the environment and staff team are neurodiversity aware.

This event is part of the Terra Foundation for American Art Series.

EVENT DETAILS

Workshop
4 October 2021, 18:00 - 20:00

VENUE INFORMATION

Tate Modern

Bankside
SE1 9TG

www.tate.org.uk