(un)common space is a new experimental co-working space and artist development programme connecting young artists from underrepresented backgrounds to Tate’s staff, space and collection.
The co-working space is an open invitation to young artists, creatives and cultural producers to use Tate in a different way. It offers space to work and connect with others. Make the most of free Wi-Fi, tables, sofas, plugs and tea and work alongside other creatives and Tate staff.
As part of (un)common space, join a series of Show and Tell sessions designed to encourage young creatives to share ideas, advice and feedback with each other in a supportive environment.
The Learning Gallery offers a year round exhibition programme that invites visitors to find out about Tate’s Learning offer. The space is used to display outcomes from Learning projects, host discussions, screen films as well as for making and performance.
(un)common space is funded by Museums Association Transformers and Arts Council England