Tate St Ives
Porthmeor, St Ives TR26 1TG

Discover how St Ives became an art capital of the world, and how a small fishing town became a famous centre of modern art.
Tate St Ives is an iconic gallery showcasing some of the best-loved British artworks of the 20th century, alongside an ever-changing programme of exhibitions embracing the best of modern and contemporary art. The displays reveal the relationships between artists associated with St Ives, featuring work from the Tate Collection.
The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden is a 10-minute walk away where you can discover the magical home, workshops, and unique garden of one of the greatest sculptors of the twentieth century.
The rooftop café has spectacular coastal views across St Ives Bay and the shop offers a unique range of gifts inspired by local landscapes and artists, and a fantastic range of art books. Find out more athttps://www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-st-ives

Saturday September 21 (10am-5pm) A SUN DANCE

Tate St Ives is delighted to be working with Australian artist Rochelle Haley for the UK premiere of A Sun Dance.
An ensemble of international and Southwest based dancers and a musician will follow the path of the sun as it passes across and through the Tate St Ives building on the equinox weekend.
At its core, the work is a relation between dancer, sunlight, sound, and architecture. They will create kaleidoscopic shapes and contemplative movement and sound for audiences to encounter throughout the day.
Free with gallery admission, Locals Pass or Tate Membership. Aged 18 and under admitted free.

Sunday September 22 (10am-5pm) A SUN DANCE: Film screenings and discussions  

Screenings: 10.30, 11.30, 12.30, 3.30 and 4.30. Talk: 2pm
A special day of film screenings and talks following the UK premiere of A Sun Dance at Tate St Ives by Australian artist Rochelle Haley.
This event follows on from the previous day’s performance of A Sun Dance by Rochelle Haley, first performed at the National Gallery of Australia and now translated to Tate St Ives gallery spaces.
Working with local dancers to bring the work alive in a new context this conversation will reflect on the process of transmission, between artwork, people and locations. This programming is looking ahead to the potential for new programme in the Palais de Danse, Barbara Hepworth’s studio, opening to the public in 2026.
Speakers include Rochelle Haley, artist A Sun Dance and Melanie Stidolph, Curator, Public Programme, Tate St Ives. This is an opportunity to reflect on practice in the South-west and an invitation to understand more of the context of dance in the region. Join us in the bar at 3pm after the talks to continue these conversations and connections further.
Free with gallery admission, Locals Pass or Tate Membership. Aged 18 and under admitted free.

Friday September 27 (6.30-10.30pm) LATE AT TATE with LOVE DELUXX

Dive into a night of art, music and vibrant energy at Tate St Ives! Discover the mesmerizing works of Beatriz Milhazes, one of today’s leading abstract artists, known for her intensely colourful, large-scale canvases.
The evening will be brought to life by the samba rhythms of Love DeluxX. Enjoy live performances featuring DJs, saxophonists, percussionists, and samba dancers, creating a dynamic, unforgettable atmosphere.
The night will culminate with a spectacular Fiesta party on the Sea View Restaurant Terrace, offering breath-taking views of Porthmeor Beach. Dance the night away under the stars in an enchanting setting that perfectly blends art and nature.
Full programme to be announced, including a special food offer ticket to dine in the Sea View Restaurant and Bar https://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-st-ives/beatriz-milhazes-maresias/late-at-tate
Free with gallery admission, Locals Pass or Tate Membership.