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WINNER MUSEUM OF THE YEAR 2018 "Breathtakingly beautiful" "Tells the story of artists who have lived & worked in St Ives in an international context"

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A glorious evening in St Ives. at Porthmeor Beach

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THIS SATURDAY: 15–25? Come join our SATURDAY SESSIONS - a series of workshops led by artists and Tate St Ives staff, taking you behind the scenes at the Tate St Ives gallery and helping you develop skills to make your creative mark. The next Saturday Session is 27 October, 11.30–16.00... Artist film maker- Isabel Lima leads an active workshop filled with drawing, planning, performance and filming More here https://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-st-ives/workshop/saturday-sessions at Tate St. Ives

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OCTOBER HALF TERM: TATE CREATE presents TATTOO YOU - Create a life size figure, tattoo it with artworks inspired by our current exhibition, and get your own arty tattoo to take away. Daily 10.00 - 16.00 #Cornwall residents don’t forget our ANNUAL LOCALS PASS is £5 #TateStIves #TateCreate at Tate St. Ives

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NEW EXHIBITION NOW OPEN: Nashashibi/Skaer 'Thinking through other artists'. Alongside their individual practices, British artists Rosalind Nashashibi and Lucy Skaer have been collaborating as Nashashibi/Skaer since 2005. Their artworks – mostly made using 16mm film – explore a range of ideas through art, artists, people and places. One film borrows the artist Paul Gaugin’s gaze on nineteenth century Polynesian women, while others reconsider works by Henri Matisse and Paul Nash. The exhibition brings together Nashashibi/Skaer’s films with a selection of works they have chosen from the Tate Collection and other sources that connect with and add new meaning to their work. Featured artists include Paul Gauguin, Henri Matisse, Paul Nash, Pierre Bonnard, Louise Bourgeois, Jo Spence, Lee Miller, Gauri Gill and Rossella Biscotti. Film clip from 'Why Are You Angry?' Nashashibi / Skaer courtesy of the artists. More at Tate.org.uk at Tate St. Ives

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OPENING THIS SATURDAY: an exciting new exhibition: NASHASHIBI/SKAER THINKING THROUGH OTHER ARTISTS shows at Tate St Ives until 6 January. This exhibition combines films made by Rosalind Nashashibi and Lucy Skaer with their personal selection of historic and contemporary art that reflects on and adds new meaning to their work. Using 16mm film, Nashashibi/Skaer’s collaborative projects often evolve from the art and artists that inspire them. For the first time, the full extent of their practice is shown alongside significant works by artists including Paul Gauguin, Henri Matisse, Paul Nash, Winifred Nicholson, Lee Miller and Rossella Biscotti. Each of their films becomes a starting point to explore key themes that resonate across the exhibition, from the changing portrayal of women and the representation of global cultures, to issues around conflict. Film clip from Nashashibi/Skaer: Why Are You Angry? 2017 © the artists. JOIN US FOR A Q + A SESSION WITH THE ARTISTS AT FALMOUTH SCHOOL OF ART TONIGHT - OR AT TATE ST IVES THIS SATURDAY more information on our website #TateStIves at Tate St. Ives

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OCTOBER HALF TERM: TATE CREATE presents TATTOO YOU - Create a life size figure, tattoo it with artworks inspired by our exhibition, and get your own arty tattoo to take away Daily 10.00 - 16.00 #Cornwall residents don’t forget our ANNUAL LOCALS PASS is £5 #TateStIves #TateCreate at Tate St. Ives

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Join us in The Clore Studio tomorrow - free with admission - as the artists @jonathan_baldock @abigailreynolds_insta and @nina.royle share insights into their recent performances commissioned by #TateStIves #ArtistsTalks #StIves #Cornwall at Tate St. Ives

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We are so excited for tonight's @RIBA #StirlingPrize announcement & wishing all the other finalists the best of luck! Don't forget you can watch tonight's winner announcement LIVE on the BBC News Channel from 8.30-9pm 📷 @huftonandcrow at Tate St. Ives

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NEW EXHIBITION COMING SOON: Nashashibi/Skaer: Thinking Through Other Artists shows at Tate St Ives from 20 October - 6 January. It combines films made by Rosalind Nashashibi and Lucy Skaer with their personal selection of historic and contemporary art that reflects on and adds new meaning to their work. Using 16mm film, Nashashibi/Skaer’s collaborative projects often evolve from the art and artists that inspire them. For the first time, the full extent of their practice is shown alongside significant works by artists including Paul Gauguin, Henri Matisse, Paul Nash, Winifred Nicholson, Lee Miller and Rossella Biscotti. Each of their films becomes a starting point to explore key themes that resonate across the exhibition, from the changing portrayal of women and the representation of global cultures, to issues around conflict. Image: Nashashibi/Skaer: Why Are You Angry? 2017 © the artists at Tate St. Ives

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TATE TALKS: As part of our series of special talks with artists, curators and guests join us on Saturday 27 October 1830-2030 at Porthmeor Studios for AFTERMATH a programme of short animations exploring the Great War at its centenary, and themes of conflict and loss. The programme includes 'I'm OK', a new short film by Elizabeth Hobbs about the artist Oskar Kokoschka's experiences as a soldier in the First World War. The programme of films will be presented by Elizabeth Hobbs and include an introduction to artistic responses to the Great War by prominent artists who lived in St Ives by Janet Axten. Please note that the films are for an adult audience, or at least not for younger viewers because there are some graphic depictions of war. This event is programmed by Tate St Ives and takes place at the Borlase Smart Room, Porthmeor Studios Supported by Arts Council funding at Porthmeor Studios

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15–25? Come join our SATURDAY SESSIONS - a series of workshops led by artists and Tate St Ives staff, taking you behind the scenes at the Tate St Ives gallery and helping you develop skills to make your creative mark. The next Saturday Session is 6 October, 11.30–16.00 - Meet our curatorial team, hear about our new exhibition, draw, explore and curate! :-) More at tate.org.uk/stives #TateStIves #UStudio #StIves #Cornwall #CreativeCornwall #SaturdaySessions #TateCollective #Cornwall #loveCornwall #modernart #contemporaryart #Tate @falmouthuni @truro_penwith @trurocollegeart @cornwallcouncil 📷 @kirstinprisk at Tate St. Ives

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LAST CHANCE: Just Saturday and Sunday left to see 'A Conversation with Light and Form' by visual artist Rana Begum who was artist in residence at Porthmeor Studios, St Ives as part of our Artists Programme. This new work responds to that context whilst continuing her research into light and form @ranabegumstudio #RanaBegum #TateStIves #ArtistsResidency #Museumoftheyear2018 #StIves #Cornwall at Tate St. Ives

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LAST CHANCE: Only 7 days left to see our Patrick Heron retrospective DON'T MISS IT ★★★★ The Guardian "...good vibrations filling you quite blissfully with thoughts of life + love + liberty..." UNTIL 30 SEPT - Cornwall residents buy our annual locals pass for £5 and come back as many times in one year as you wish 🙂 #PatrickHeron #TateStIves #StIves #Cornwall

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TONIGHT! LATE AT TATE Music, tapas, Patrick Heron (before it closes on Sept 30), performance, poetry + film - £5 if you're a Cornwall resident (+ then come back as many times as you like for a year) Full programme at Tate.org.uk/stives #LateatTate #StIves #TateStIves at St Ives, Cornwall

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LATE AT TATE ST IVES: A week today!! FRIDAY 21 SEPTEMBER inspired by Patrick Heron's use of colour + scale, we're exploring one of the world's favourite colours - BLUE - through performance, film, poetry and music JOIN US from 1830 at Tate St. Ives

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Another week of your #PatrickHeron #exhibition shots with only 3 weeks left to see our retrospective (last day 30 Sept DON'T MISS IT) we continue to share our favourite photos taken by YOU - such as this 📷 by @farfromjaded - tag us if you'd like us to share yours :-) at Tate St. Ives

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LAST CHANCE: There's less than one month to see our #PatrickHeron #exhibition (last day 30 Sept DON'T MISS IT) + so we're sharing our favourite #exhibition photos taken by YOU - such as this colourful shot by @natalieashby71 - tag us if you'd like us to share yours :-) #TateStIves #PatrickHeron #StIves #Cornwall #Britishartists #cornishartists #cornishart #abstractart #colour #museumoftheyear2018 at Tate St. Ives

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LAST CHANCE: There's less than 1 month to see 'A Conversation with Light and Form' by visual artist Rana Begum who was artist in residence at Porthmeor Studios, St Ives as part of our Artists Programme. This new work responds to that context whilst continuing her research into light and form @ranabegumstudio #RanaBegum #TateStIves #ArtistsResidency #Museumoftheyear2018 #StIves #Cornwall

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