Late at Tate Britain

    Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesFestival/Exhibition


    The Redistribution of Wealth

    An installation by Ellie Harrison which aims to retell the history of government spending on the arts from the birth of the ‘Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts’ (CEMA) in 1940, right up to the present day climate of cutbacks. Researched and developed specially for New Work Network’s Acts of Legacy event at Late at Tate Britain, the The Redistribution of Wealth will be accompanied by a special playlist of music surveying the same historical period created by artist Barby Asante and presented alongside performances, film, music and discussion by Richard Layzell, Hunt & Darton, Fiona Templeton, Jordan McKenzie & Aaron Williamson and The Saturday Arts Club.
    Period5 Oct 2012
    Event typeExhibition
    LocationLondon, United KingdomShow on map