Tate Collectives is a place for young creatives aged 15–25 to discover, share and discuss art. Get inspiration for art projects and portfolios, get involved in projects in one of our galleries or share your work and ideas online.
Context and comment
Read blogs and articles, watch videos, listen to audios and leave your own comments about art.
What’s on at Tate
Tate runs a programme of talks, film programmes, music and live performances, workshops and conferences across all four galleries.
- Art and artists: explore over 70,000 artworks and 3,000 artists online
- Online resources: free notes and resources about the artworks and artists in Tate’s collection
In the gallery
Students and researchers, studying at AS level or higher, are able to use the research facilities at Tate Britain:
- Prints and drawings rooms: access prints, watercolours and other works on paper from Tates collection which are not currently on display in the galleries.
- Reading rooms: access Tates library and archive collections
Learning at Tate
Find out more about Tates strategy for learning.