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Blog Art Maps: What’s the weather like?

From the blazing heat of Tunisia to snow storms inspired by the Essex coast, the weather was a talking point for Turner.

Art Picks F. Ernest Jackson, 'United Defence Against Aggression' circa 1917 Once upon a time

Discover fairies in Tate’s collection and absorb yourself in a world of wicked step-mothers, glass slippers and happily ever afters…

Blog A musical reaction to the Turner Prize 2014

Tate Collective London invited four relevant DJs, musicians, poets and rappers to each produce an audio track in response to the Turner Prize 2014 shortlisted artists: Duncan Campbell, Ciara Phillips, James Richards and Tris Vonna-Michell

Blog Art Maps: Digital Futures – Grand Challenge

Students to share their Turner-inspired Grand Challenges experience

Blog Digital blog: From insight to action - implementing an audience-driven approach

Understanding our audiences is a key element in the design of the digital experiences we offer. Our digital strategy principles aim for an approach that is audience-centered and insight-driven. But what does this mean in practice?

Blog ARTIST ROOMS blog: Louise Bourgeois and the Wonder Whys

ARTIST ROOMS founder Anthony d’Offay writes about his recent visit to mima to take part in a talk on Louise Bourgeois with Tate’s Frances Morris and Jerry Gorovoy, Bourgeois’ close friend and assistant, and also speaks of the inspiring work of mima’s youth group, The Wonder Whys

Blog ARTIST ROOMS blog: Inspiring the Next Generation

Find out more about mac Birmingham’s Next Generation programme, a collaboration with ARTIST ROOMS. The project focuses specifically on the work of young people in galleries and the role that galleries play in young people’s lives

Blog Archives & Access project: Albums – our new feature

Find out about our new exciting feature online, where you can curate your own album from our collection on whatever theme you like, upload your own images and annotate individual images