Tate Collective

Hyperlink Festival at Tate Modern

Audience listening to Radar Radio broadcasting live at the launch of the new Tate Modern

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Participant in a workshop at Tate Liverpool

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Art Gym at Tate Liverpool, an alternative workout space for creative personal training

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Participant in a workshop at Tate St Ives

TENT x Tate at Tate Exchange

Audience member relaxing during TENT x Tate at Tate Exchange

Young man playing drums
Live performance at the Who Am I? event responding to the Tracey Emin and William Blake display at Tate Liverpool
Three dancers in the sea

Dance group Lutalica perform in the sea as part of Circuit: Switch festival at Tate St Ives

Who are Tate Collective?

What's on?

Find out what's currently on for young people at Tate

Tate Collective are a group of 15-25 year olds based in London, Liverpool and St Ives. They work collaboratively to develop their ideas and knowledge about art, culture and creativity. Tate Collective often work with emerging artists, designers, musicians and curators.

Each group plans and develops events, projects and programmes to enable new and young audiences at Tate to create, experiment and engage in-gallery and online with Tate's collection, galleries and exhibitions.

Want to get involved?

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Tate Collective London members preparing for a discussion

We're currently looking for Tate Collective members in Liverpool and St Ives.

Interested in joining Tate Collective Liverpool?

No art experience is needed to join the group. We want 15-25 year olds from diverse backgrounds who are interested in using creativity to generate positive change and improve opportunities for young people in the city.

Drop in and say hi at the next group gathering! Email us to find out how.

Interested in joining Tate Collective St Ives?

We meet up regularly to work alongside artists, create art and devise workshops, social events and exhibitions at the gallery.

Drop in to the next Saturday Studio session to get involved. Any questions? Get in touch.

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