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  1. Blog
    9 December 2016

    The Tate Archive collections include a number of Christmas cards designed by artists. As the festive period approaches, we thought we'd share some...

  2. Blog
    3 February 2016

    AnnoTate – Tate and Zooniverse’s crowdsourced transcription project – has now been live for five months, and during this time over 10,000...

  3. Blog
    12 January 2016
    Lawrence Lek

    Artist Lawrence Lek, the first contributor to the Archives and Access Artist Albums project, outlines his practice and research in the...

  4. Blog
    30 October 2015
    Darragh O’Donoghue

    Tate Britain is the National Gallery of British Art, with a remit to collect British works of art from around 1500 to the present. For most of that...

  5. Blog
    14 October 2015
    Sophie Risner

    Sophie Risner, Library and Archive Administrator as well as Administrator for the Archives and Access project introduces us to Artist Albums a one...

  6. Blog
    15 September 2015

    Tate and Zooniverse’s online crowdsourcing transcription tool AnnoTate launched on 1 September, and since then has welcomed over 10,500...

  7. Blog
    1 September 2015

    Within the notes, letters and sketchbooks that constitute an artist’s archive, insights into the lives, loves, losses of individuals are preserved.

  8. Blog
    23 August 2015
    Sophie Risner

    For the second instalment of our Volunteer blog post we reflect on the challenging yet fascinating work of the Archive Explorer, ...

  9. Blog
    24 July 2015
    Sarah Jarvis, Jen Aarvold, Sophie Risner

    In October 2014 we soft launched a major new feature onto the Tate website as part of the Archives and Access project. ‘Albums is a new tool which...

  10. Blog
    8 July 2015

    Sally Davies, Learning Outreach Curator for Archives and Access, speaks to artist Rabab Ghazoul about her work on the Mining Josef Herman learning...

  11. Blog
    19 June 2015
    Sophie Risner

    June commenced with National Volunteers week; an annual celebration of the contribution made by millions of volunteers across the UK, so in...

  12. Blog
    25 March 2015

    Sam Jones and Ella Ritchie, co-founders of Intoart, share their experience of collaboratively developing an artists’ archive

  13. Blog
    3 February 2015
    Emily Fildes, Elena Villaespesa

    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...

  14. Blog
    14 January 2015

    Hallo, I am Darragh O’Donoghue, Subject Index Manager on the Archives and Access project.  The Archives and Access project aims to open up...

  15. Blog
    15 October 2014
    Emily Fildes

    Today we’ve quietly soft-launched our new website feature: Albums, a new tool which will let you group together art from our collection, add your...

  16. Blog
    25 September 2014

    Since we set up the project webpage in May 2013, we have made lots of progress, the highlights of which I’d like to bring to your attention....

  17. Blog
    20 August 2014

    Dave Clarke, Projects Manager for Photography at Tate, shares his experiences of our first training and practice sharing workshop in Wales

  18. Blog
    14 August 2014

    As a conservator, I occasionally come across opportunities to work on the collection of one artist, which is something I always greatly relish....

  19. Blog
    5 August 2014

    Catrin James, Archive Intern at the Josef Herman Art Foundation Cymru, shares her experiences working on the Mining Josef Herman project as part of...

  20. Blog
    11 July 2014

    As part of her work on Tate's Archives & Access project Liane MacIver, Archive Data Inputter, looks at Paul Nash’s wartime letters

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