Tanya Boyarkina

Curator and Cultural ProducerLondon, United Kingdom
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Tanya Boyarkina

Curator and Cultural ProducerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I'm a curator, researcher and cultural/digital producer aiming to demystify complex technological processes through playful, collaborative and participative formats. --> tanyaboyarkina.com
Projects credited in
  • Late at Tate Britain: Social Justice, Friday 6 September 2019Creating a space for creative protest and debate Protest and demonstrations often play a key role in affecting political change. Our 1819: The Year’s Art display focuses on work from the year of the Peterloo Massacre. The massacre took place in St Peter’s Field, Manchester. A meeting calling for political reform was brutally broken up by soldiers. Fifteen people died. In response to this display, Tate Collective Producers and Plymouth College of Art are joining together to make Tate Britain a
  • Late at Tate Britain: Passage, Friday 2 August 2019Explore the world of Frank Bowling Inspired by one of the great British abstract expressionists, Frank Bowling, we look at the word ‘Passage’. Passage of music, poetry, the passage we take from A to B or in the terms ‘right of passage’. Curated by the Tate Collective Producers and the Bowling family, join us for an evening of interactive workshops, discussions and performances, looking at the significance of Frank Bowling’s own life passage. MUSIC #SNC100 present Black Top in conversation & LI
  • Late at Tate Britain: Liquid Reflections, 1 March 2019Join a thought-provoking evening inspired by the work of pioneering artist, Liliane Lijn Liliane Lijn has been making art since the late 1960’s, creating and experimenting with industrial materials and artistic processes. Lijn draws from a range of ideas from science, technology, eastern philosophy to female mythology. She is best-known for her moving art sculptures but there is so much more to find out. WORKSHOP Annie Tådne Taylor Digital Studio 18.00-21.00 Create a soundscape out of physic
  • Late at Tate Britain: Time, 5 July 2019A night exploring the meaning of time Now and then, sooner or later, we have to talk about time. Running out of it, up against it, just needing a bit more of it, time is one thing in life that makes us all equal. Join us for an neighbourly collaboration between Chelsea College of Arts and Late at Tate Britain. For this Late at Tate Britain, we have invited students from Chelsea College of Arts to explore thoughts and ideas around time. Expect a mix of music, discussion, workshops and performan
  • Late at Tate Britain: Waves, 7 June 2019Join us for a night exploring the past, present and future of women and non-binary artists This Late at Tate Britain is inspired by the 60 Years display that highlights women's contribution to British art. Through workshops, performances and talks, we invite you to the alternative history presented in the display. We ask: what does the art of women and non-binary people look like today? What is the relationship between an artist’s identity and the institution? What does the future hold for thes
  • Late at Tate Britain: Nostalgia, 3 May 2019A night exploring nostalgia inspired by the photography of Joanna Piotrowska What makes you feel nostalgic? Looking at old photos? Thinking about your childhood? Hearing a long lost song? What kind of things trigger your most deepest memories? In response to Art Now: Joanna Piotrowska: All Our False Devices, which explores domestic spaces and childhood, the Tate Collective Producers and Omni Culture ask you to immerse yourself in the feeling of nostalgia. PROGRAMME PERFORMANCE/MUSIC Room 1840
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Work history
    ProducerFurtherfield
    London, United KingdomPart Time
    Co-founderCompiler
    London, United KingdomPart Time
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Skills
  • Art Curation
  • Research
  • Events Production
  • Project Management
  • Digital Media
  • Ideas Development
  • Critical Thinking
  • Programme Development
  • Audience Engagement
  • Creative Direction
Education
    MA Digital CultureGoldsmiths, University of London
     - London, United Kingdom
    BA Sound Arts and DesignUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
     - London, United Kingdom