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  1. Blog
    18 December 2014
    Tate Collective Liverpool

    Themes and philosophies from the Transmitting Andy Warhol exhibition at Tate Liverpool are interpreted through an evocative playlist by...

  2. Blog
    16 December 2014
    Tate Collective Liverpool

    Tate Collective Liverpool invited spoken word artist David Loy to create a bespoke audio interpretation of the Transmitting Andy Warhol exhibition...

  3. Blog
    16 December 2014
    Ed Ruscha

    Today is Ed Ruscha’s 77th birthday! He is widely regarded as one of the world’s most important artists with a career spanning six decades from...

  4. Blog
    1 December 2014

    Can you recognise an artwork by its colours? We invite you to take our Tate collection colour palette quiz!

  5. Blog
    1 December 2014

    So, how did you get on? Tally up your points according to the answers below and find out just how clued-up on artists' colour you are

  6. Blog
    20 November 2014

    Preface Grand Challenges is a week-long summer programme aimed at undergraduate students concluding their first year at the University of Exeter....

  7. Blog
    18 November 2014
    Daniel Whitehouse

    mac Birmingham’s Next Generation programme, in collaboration with ARTIST ROOMS, have been enabled to focus specifically on the work of young people...

  8. Blog
    13 November 2014
    Amy Concannon

    ‘What’s the weather been like in London?’ My family and I often compare weather notes when we talk on the phone. It instantly communicates...

  9. Blog
    7 November 2014
    Tate Collective London

    What happens when you introduce a poet, singer-songwriter, rapper and electronic producer to the Turner Prize 2014?

  10. Blog
    30 October 2014
    Lucy Noakes

    In this post I will explore the analysis we have undertaken of our blog series In Pictures and outline how this has developed into a new series,...

  11. Blog
    21 October 2014
    Gayle Meikle

    Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Art Centre, is located in the main settlement of North Uist part of the Hebrides and a group of islands called the...

  12. 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...

  13. Blog
    7 October 2014
    Sara Carter

    A student exhibition held in the Sculpture Court of the Edinburgh College of Art is not a rarity and neither is an opening night reception. But...

  14. 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....

  15. Blog
    25 September 2014
    Laura Carletti

    In November 2012, the Art Maps project was awarded the Telling Tales of Engagement Prize, a RCUK Digital Economy Theme grant, designed to help...

  16. Blog
    17 September 2014
    Tim Bland and participants

    My name is Tim Bland and I work for Daisi, the arts education organisation for Devon & Torbay. The Royal Albert Memorial Museum approached...

  17. Blog
    4 September 2014
    Park Gallery Youth Ambassadors

    Works of art are often underestimated: what is the real story behind it? As we stand in a gallery admiring the work before us, we are curious about...

  18. Blog
    1 September 2014
    Flavia Frigeri

    In our last blog post of the series, assistant curator Flavia Frigeri explains how Matisse's cut-outs were transformed into cloth in what the...

  19. Blog
    22 August 2014
    Flavia Frigeri

    Flavia Frigeri, assistant curator of our Matisse cut-outs exhibition, writes on how Matisse's wrangling with the question of how to represent a...

  20. Blog
    21 August 2014
    Denisa Tomkova

    Café des Artistes is an inspired series of public discussion evenings focused on the ARTIST ROOMS collection jointly owned and managed by the...

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