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  • Tate Collectives Late at Tate event June 2013

    Tate Collectives Late at Tate event June 2013

    Photo: Matt Jennings

  • Late at Tate, Space, April 2014

    Late At Tate, April 2014

    Photo: Diana Agunbiade-Kolawole

  • Paigey Cakey plays Hyperlink at The Tanks, Tate Modern

    Paigey Cakey plays Hyperlink at The Tanks, Tate Modern

    Photo: Richard Eaton

  • Tate Collective London, Hyperlink, April 2013

    Architectural shadow puppetry on the walls of the East Tank with architects Ruairi Glynn and Catrina Stewart

    Photo: Ana Escobar

  • Loud Tate 2013

    Loud Tate, 2013

    Photo: 
    © Michael Booth

  • Hyperlink workshop with Rankin, April 2013

    Hyperlink workshop with Rankin, April 2013

    Photo: 
    © Diana Agunbiade-Kolawole

Tate Collective London run free events and festivals for young people aged 15–25 to experiment, create and innovate through art and ideas across both Tate Modern and Tate Britain.

Tate Collective London is a part of Circuit, led by Tate and funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

Coming up

Turbine Festival 2015

This summer, Tate Modern launches Turbine Festival 2015  – a free audio-visual feast of music, performance, installations and activities. Come down on July 25 as the Turbine Hall becomes your playground, your local, your city. Join in, create and celebrate alongside locals, young people, families, artists, poets, performers and musicians. 

An alternative city in the spectacular Turbine Hall, Turbine Festival 2015 is a celebration of culture for everyone. 

Full programme announced soon.

Late at Tate Britain, Autumn

This Autumn, Late at Tate Britain re-launches with a new series. Enjoy a vibrant mix of music, workshops, talks, special guests and DJs, live performance and debate, all taking inspiration from artwork in the Tate Collection. Come down on a Friday night and enjoy the gallery with friends after hours.

Keep an eye out for the Autumn Late at Tate Britain programme!

What’s been happening

Late at Tate Britain spring series took place over April, May, June, exploring the theme of speculation. The series included a vibrant mix of music, workshops, talks, special guests and DJs, live performance and debate, all taking inspiration from artwork in Tate’s collection. Autumn programme coming soon…

After Hours event was a sold out special private view of Nick Waplington/Alexander McQueen: Working Process exclusively for young people. Keep an eye out for the next After Hours event exploring the EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop in December 2015.