Fantastic effort everyone, your Family Festival mission is completed!
We went time travelling last weekend at Tate Britain, scroll down to see some of the adventures that took place!
We got to dive behind the scenes of film making with theatre group, The People Speak. There was a story-board station and we got our costume & make-up done. Explorers got to make props and sound effects too, which was brill!
We have a very special screening of the film made over the weekend! This will take place in the Clore Auditorium, at Tate Britain at 2pm on 1st November 2014. See you there for that!
There was also a special performance by artists Robinson Stirling who pulled HUGE sacks of props around the galleries! They played in the galleries and you played with them!
Artist Sarah Cole organised three performers to explore the galleries in lots of different ways. Did you spot them? They looked very much like earthlings but they were doing some very weird and wonderful things!
My favourite bit was artist Mamoru Iriguchi and his helpers who recruited families to take very special time travelling tours of Tate Britain.
Aya Kobayashi and other dancers invited families to explore Henry Moore sculptures through interesting costumes and movement.
Someone is in that red sack! How did they get into that position I wonder?
The Langham Research Centre had a live electronic music concert too, where they performed classic electronic music with vintage musical equipment!
Eileen Perrier also took images with her mobile phone of her journey to and at the event. Have you tried posing like an artwork before? It’s really fun!
Phew! What an adventure!
If you were a part of the adventure, let us know what you thought of your exploration in the comments below or get a grown up to tweet @tate_kids using #tatefamilies
Till next time explorers!