Shirley Brice Heath presenting at the Worlds Together Conference
Shirley Brice Heath presents at the Worlds Together Conference at Tate.

Following interest from within the cultural sector and beyond in the nature and value of learning in art museums, the Tate Research Centre: Learning hosts conferences and symposia, research-led practice sharing sessions and professional development events.

Explore film, audio and text documentation from our Learning Research events and conferences.

Learning project
May 2016
The New Materialism Training School engages with the emerging and growing trend of new or neo-materialism in research, art and curatorial practice.
Learning project
March 2016
The Ethics of Participatory Research and Art Practice event brings together leading researchers, artists, curators, educators and participants in the field of arts and learning
Research project
Learning project
March 2015
A research seminar at Tate Britain organised under the auspices of theTate Research Centre: Learning examining ethnographic practices within the art museum.
Thursday 6 February 2014,