Tinie Tempah & Young British Creatives Promote Bristish Art

15 Mar
Blossom - Chris Ofili

Blossom (1997) - Chris Ofili ©

I’ve been meaning to go and visit the Chris Ofili exhibiton at the Tate as the former Turner Prize winner never disappoints, so it’s nice to see young people being encouraged to embrace art.

Charlie Dark presents Bring the Noise is a free cultural extravaganza where Young British creatives have selected works from Ofili’s exhibition and provided a response using their own creative medium such as music, comedy, street art, fashion or hair cutting. The event kicked off on Sunday with the likes of comedian Eddie Kadi and poet Jan Blake sharing their perspectives. But if like me, you missed this, there is a chance to catch the second installment on Sunday 21st March, where you can “witness the evolutionary massive new tunes mixed live by Cooly G and exciting grime-pop infusion of Goldielocks, and raise the temperature with an explosive new performance by Tinie Tempah“.  There will even be an opportunity to make beats with Rolling Sound music studios, deck out your nails with some Ofili inspired nail art by WAH Nails and attend improv workshops with Kidulthood star, Adam Deacon.

Admission is free and you can view the Ofili exhibition for only £5 if you’re under 26 (ID required).

For more information, please visit http://www.tate.org.uk/youngtate/bringthenoise

In the meantime, check out what Tinie Tempah had to say about the Ofili exhibition.


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