Tune into BBC Radio 6 Music this Saturday 1 December, 7-10am, to hear David Crow, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon, interviewed by Mary Anne Hobbs, broadcast live from Chelsea’s neighbours Tate Britain.
To coincide with this exciting broadcast, Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon students will see their artwork projected on to the side of the Tate and are invited to make work live at Chelsea College of Arts during the show with the chance to speak to Mary Anne on air about their experience too.
Other guests from the worlds of art and music will feature on the show, including 2017 Turner Prize winner and Wimbledon alumna Lubaina Himid, interviewed in front of a live audience. The event is part of Art is Everywhere, the BBC’s annual celebration of creativity and this year marks the 2018 Turner Prize.
Also appearing on the show will be radical set designers Block9 (Glastonbury, Banksy’s Dismaland), artist and designer Blondey McCoy, iconic graphic designer Malcolm Garrett (Buzzcocks, Duran Duran) and musicians Davey Newington of Boy Azooga and Anna Calvi.
To see their work projected, students from all courses are invited to submit still images for inclusion in the display. For more information about what to submit and how, you view the project guidelines and share them with your students. Over the weekend, everyone is also invited to share their work on social media during the weekend with the hashtag #6MusicArt to join the national feed.