HP 24 Web v2

Creative Storytelling Club


Calling all Storytellers aged 12-16 from Westminster!

Tate invites you to participate in free storytelling taster sessions this March 2024. 

Imagine stepping into a world of art, where stories whisper from every brushstroke and sculptures crackle with unspoken narratives.  

Tate has partnered with PRIM to bring you a short series of workshops which will help unleash your creativity and tell stories through words, sounds and illustration.  

Over three sessions you will have the chance to meet curators, producers, and publishers who bring the museum and stories to life. They'll reveal interesting facts about art, and create opportunities for you to share your own tales. 

Week 1: ‘Writing New Worlds’ with Temi Oh: 

  • From Black Panther to Dr. Who: Dive into the fantastical mind of Temi Oh, an author who's written for some of the coolest sci-fi universes around. She'll guide you through the magic of crafting unforgettable stories and characters. 

Week 2: ‘Sounds Telling Stories’ with Joshua Woolford: 

  • Move your ideas off paper and into the room with Tate's interpretation artist in residence, Joshua Woolford. You'll explore the power of music and sound to tell stories and give voice to your characters. 

Week 3: ‘Brushstrokes and Book Covers’ with Joy Yamusangie: 

  • Pictures that tell a thousand tales: Unleash your inner illustrator with the guidance of Joy Yamusangie, a master of creating captivating visuals for stories. Learn how to bring your characters and worlds to life on paper, through storyboards and book covers.  

They will provide free snacks and cover the cost of your travel for each session, so all you need to bring is your imagination. 

There are limited places available and we would like to receive all expressions of interest by 14th March. Sessions dates and times below - please note, this form is to register your interest.

Dates are: 

  • Saturday 16th March, 2 - 4.30pm
  • Wednesday 20th March - 3.30 - 6pm
  • Wednesday 27th March - 3.30 - 6pm



Is the participant educated in Westminster?
Participant's Gender
Participant's Ethnicity
Does the participant have a disability? Disability is defined by the Equality Act as: 'a physical or mental impairment that has a 'substantial' and 'long-term' negative effect on your ability to do normal daily activities'
Is the participant in receipt of free school meals?
Which session are you interested in?