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Taylor Digital Studio – public access drop-In

For a trial period in January 2014, we are offering afternoon public access to our new Taylor Digital Studio. Between 2.30 and 4.30, you can drop in to browse our extensive online collection, view Tate Shots films, or spend time reading about our various research projects, in a quiet, comfortable space in the heart of Tate Britain.

What is it?

The Taylor Digital Studio is a flexible space with programmed learning activities that include courses, workshops, screenings, tele-seminars, masterclasses and talks for the widest range of users. It is designed for digital production, digital interpretation and research. The Studio's audiences vary widely and include local families, schools, teachers, young people, community groups, university students, researchers, curators, artists, academics, and more. Within its dynamic and exciting programme, we also wish to offer open access sessions for general visitors. The space provides a quiet and comfortable area where you can use desktop Macs, or your own laptop or tablet, to navigate, research and explore the Tate Collection and other online art content

Where is it?

The Taylor Digital Studio is located on the lower level, near the Manton entrance at Tate Britain.

Public access drop-in

During the month of January 2014, this new, flexible digital learning space is open to the public from 14:30 to 16:30, Monday to Friday.  A member of staff will be on hand in the space to answer questions. For any further info, please contact visiting.britain&modern@tate.org.uk

Tate Britain

Taylor Digital Studio

Millbank
London SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

6 January 2014 at 14.30–16.30

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