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Archives & Access project: the Archive Gallery – from digital to life and back again Transforming Tate Britain

A blog post on the Archive Gallery at Tate Britain as part of the Archives & Access project
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Archives & Access Project: Cracked looking-glass of a servant: Ireland and ‘quite Irish’ art in Tate Archive

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

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Archives & Access project: Artist Rabab Ghazoul and Welsh choirs bring new voices to Josef Herman’s archive

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

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Archives & Access project: Intoart: activating our archive

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

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Archives & Access project: digitising the archive: Nigel Henderson

My name is Oli Cowling and I am part of the photography team working on the Archives & Access project ...

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Archives & Access project: digitising the archive: Josef Herman

My name is Oli Cowling and I am part of the photography team working on the Archives & Access project ...

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Archives & Access project: Archive comes alive in Wales

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

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Archives & Access Project: The challenging and fascinating work of an Archives and Access Volunteer Explorer Part two of a two-part Volunteer blog installment

Archives & Access Project: The challenging and fascinating work of an Archives and Access Volunteer Explorer, Part two of a two-part ...
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Archives & Access project: collectors, creators and sharers

Albums is a new user-generated content feature on the Tate website. In this blog post we take a first look ...

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Projects Archives & Access: Learning outreach and volunteering programmes

Using the Tate Archive as a tool for learning and engagement

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Archives & Access Project: AnnoTate and Online Transcription The Bigger Picture

This Archives & Access blog post looks at the discoveries and interests of online transcribers at Annotate
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Archives & Access project: digitising the archive: Henry Scott Tuke/Thomas Cooper Gotch

My name is Oli Cowling and I am part of the photography team working on the Archives & Access project ...

Archives & Access Toolkit

Archives & Access Toolkit Funding and managing an archive digitisation project

Making a case for support and assembling a project team

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Archives & Access project: Open data brings beauty and insight Transforming Tate Britain, Archives & Access

Archives & Access Project Lead Developer and Web Architect, Richard Barrett-Small, shares his enthusiasm for the importance  – and beauty – of ...

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Archives & Access Project: The meticulous work of an Archives and Access Preservation Volunteer Part one of a two-part Volunteer blog installment

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

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Tangentially: The Archive and the Bathroom

This paper discusses the role of the archive in relation to the artistic process, through the work of Lucy Gunning ...

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Tate Archive 40 | 1982 James Boswell 'Bulls and Blanco'

Blog article by Tate Archive Curator John Langdon about a sketch in one of the sketchbooks by James Boswell in ...
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Archives & Access project: Albums as a space for discourse, learning and practice sharing

For this post we take a look at three ways in which the Albums feature is being utilised by Learning ...
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Istanbul blog

They’re resurfacing the roads all over Istanbul. Or so it seems. The world’s museum professionals in modern and ...

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Archives & Access project: Up close and personal with Graham Sutherland’s sketchbooks By Fiona McLees, Paper Conservator

Tate's Paper Coservator Fiona McLees talks us through her thoughts and experiences when conserving Graham Sutherland's sketchbooks