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Discover art from 1850 to the present, inspired by the writing of this celebrated author
A close encounter with deeply personal and powerful works of art
The story of the artists who fled to Britain to escape war in France
Exploring the impact of World War One on British, German and French art
For the first time, Tate Modern tells the intertwined stories of photography and abstract art
Tate Modern explores the work of one of the best-known textile artists of the 20th century
£5 tickets need to be booked online, so get booking now and enjoy our shows for less – and don’t forget you can bring up to three friends aged 16–25 for £5 each. Check out our FAQs for more on how to make the most of your Tate Collective benefits.
Things to do and see for free
Join us on the last Friday of the month to experience the gallery after-hours with a mix of art, music ...
The perfect opportunity for the curiously minded to explore the gallery after hours
Join a show and tell led by Xana for advice and ideas on developing yourself as a multi-disciplinary artist
Anthea Hamilton transforms the heart of Tate Britain with sculpture and performance
We're staying up late for LightNight
An exhibition 30 years in the making
A playful and interactive installation, join in!
Creative artist-led open studio sessions for young people, hosted by Tate Collective St Ives
Find out about careers in art handling from Mikei Hall, our Senior Art Handling Technician
Battling about where to study art or whether it's a good idea? Get a second opinion from those in the ...
Team Tate Collective
We have a team of 16-25 year olds based in London, Liverpool and St Ives who program and run lots of the free events, workshops and talks on offer to Tate Collective.
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Check out our Tate Collective FAQs or have a look at our Terms and Conditions for the nitty gritty.
- Tate Collective is a scheme open to anyone aged between 16-25 years old living anywhere. Yes, anywhere. On your 26th birthday your account will cease to offer £5 tickets.
- As part of Tate Collective you can book up to 4 tickets for yourself and 3 friends. Everyone in the group has to be aged between 16–25 years old.
- In order to redeem your £5 tickets, we need to check you're as young as you say you are. You need to provide a form of Valid ID (passport, driving licence, student card with DoB or PASS card) when you are at the event or exhibition. If you book for yourself and a group of friends, everyone will need to prove their age to redeem their tickets.
- £5 tickets can only be booked online at tate.org.uk and once you’re logged into your Tate Collective account.
- Tickets are for personal use and may not be resold or exchanged. No refunds, either. We like commitment.
- Tickets are valid for the date and time stated. Please check your tickets on your order confirmation as mistakes cannot always be rectified.
- Tate reserves the right to refuse admission, terminate a visit, or withdraw Tate Collective benefits.
- By attending an event or exhibition, ticket holders consent to being photographed or filmed incidentally and to Tate’s publication or broadcast of any such photographs or film. So smile for the cameras.
- When you sign up to Tate Collective you’ll be opted in to our monthly newsletter. It's full of really good stuff. If you don’t wan't to hear from us please update your preferences in your account.
By signing up you’re agreeing to being honest about your age, promising to have a good time at our galleries and respecting other visitors when you're with us.
- Finally, we hope you'll stay with us 'til you turn 26. But if you insist, email email@example.com to cancel your Tate Collective subscription. We'll miss you.