New interactive digital projects at Tate Modern – Bloomberg Connects – invite you to connect with art, artists and other visitors and make your ideas visible around the gallery.
Make your mark on Tate Modern
If visiting Tate Modern stirs up your creative impulses, the digital drawing bar on Level 3 is the place to express yourself. Create your masterpiece and see it displayed instantly, becoming part of a virtual mosaic of visitors’ visual imagination. Take a look at some highlights.
Can art change society? What moved you today? Is everyone an artist?
Add your voice to an art debate or share your art experiences on the interactive screens on Levels 2 and 4. The most inspiring comments are displayed on a stream of screens running through the building.
Everyone’s an expert
You don’t have to be an art historian to make sense of an artwork. Scientist, knitter, dancer, gardener? Everyone comes to the gallery with unique expertise. Share it: compose your own caption for an artwork on display. Visit the interactive screens on Level 4.
Connect with artists
What better way to understand an artist than to see where they work? The Global Studios project invites you into artists’ studios around the world.
For more ways to connect with the collection, the Bloomberg Connects multimedia guide offers historical context, music, interviews illuminating the collection displays.
As you explore the collection, pause in the interactive cinema space on Level 3 where you can browse films about artists, performances and major exhibitions from Bloomberg Connects TateShots
Explore. Connect. Win.
For playful ways to discover Tate’s collection, try one of our game apps:
Wish you were here
Give friends and family a flavour of your visit by sending a video postcard from Level 0.