Invitation to Circuit’s first national event

Join us for the first National Circuit Event

A celebratory event will be held in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall on Saturday 20th June to mark two years of Circuit. Exploring the influence of youth culture on art, Circuit: Access, Change, Learning will showcase contributions from young Circuit members through multimedia installations, talks and digital displays alongside a series of panel discussions, exclusive screenings and headline music performances.

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BBC Radio 1 DJ Clara Amfo, the new voice of Radio 1 Live Lounge, has been announced as Circuit ambassador and will take part in the celebratory event. The programme also features keynote speeches, including Museum of Modern Art Associate Educator Calder Zwicky, exciting music performances staged on the Turbine Hall Bridge and panel discussions chaired by BBC presenter Nihal Arthanayake.


Free panel discussions, music performances, screenings and digital displays byCircuit young people


Turbine Hall Marketplace

A programme of live art, performance, discussion, screenings and digital displays,Circuit young people explore the themes: Access, Change and Learning


Turbine Hall Bridge

12.30–17.30 Crep Protect, DJ Melody Kane
13.30–13.50 Stealing Sheep
13.50–15.00 Boy Blue Entertainment
15.15–16.20 Boy Blue Entertainment
16:20–16.50 Skinny Girl Diet
17.00–17.15 Yungen
17.15–17.30 Bonkaz


McAulay Gallery

Get Lost, director Cieron Magat 17min, looped

Keynote speakers

Tate, Emily Pringle

Turbine Hall Bridge

The key challenges, opportunities and potential for young people to impact museum practice. What could the vision for the future hold and the role of research, informal learning and interdisciplinary art practices?

Museum of Modern Art, Calder Zwicky

Turbine Hall Bridge

Addressing the topics access, change and learning, focusing on the direction and values that work with young people in the world of engagement and accessibility in museums and galleries.


Zezi Ifore
Rahul Verma
J2K Crep Protect
Kenrick ‘H20’ Sandy
BBC Nihal Arthanayake

Special guest

Circuit ambassador, Radio 1 DJ Clara Amfo

The Circuit team are proud to celebrate two years of the programme through such a vibrant and exciting event. The aim of Circuit from the start has been to make young people more visible as contributors to artistic programming; the national event is a great way to introduce our young members’ impact as cultural producers, and we hope audiences will be captivated and inspired by their work.


Circuit: Access, Change, Learning takes place on Saturday 20 June from 12.30 – 5.30pm.