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Blog Robert Mapplethorpe and 21st Century Audiences

Artist, writer and educator Frank Wasser writes about his experience guiding groups through displays at Tate’s London galleries and how Robert Mapplethorpe’s photography speaks to current day audiences

Blog Digital blog: Evaluating mobile tours at Tate Britain

In 2013 we launched our first mobile web tour of Tate’s collection displays. Here we share our findings on the use of the tours to date and outline our next steps to develop the tool

Art Picks Briton Riviere, 'Sympathy' circa 1878 A warm hug

Beat the winter blues by getting a warm hug from Tate’s collection, with our selection of artworks

Blog Archives & Access project: collectors, creators and sharers

Albums is a new user-generated content feature on the Tate website. In this blog post we take a first look at the data and the results from a couple of informal evaluation workshops to see how this feature is performing

Blog Archives & Access project: (Subject) index to the soul: opening up Tate’s archives

Darragh O’Donoghue, Subject Index Manager on the Archives and Access project takes us through the importance of subject indexing, using a Walter Sickert letter from the archive as an example