Free entry Tate Britain Talk

30 Minutes on Women Artists

Lubaina Himid, ‘The Carrot Piece’ 1985
Lubaina Himid, The Carrot Piece 1985. Tate. © Lubaina Himid

Join a Tate Guide for a 30-minute tour of Tate Britain celebrating women in art

To celebrate the centenary of the first women in Britain gaining the right to vote in 1918, a series of tours will showcase works by women.

Exploring themes such as the impact of the suffrage movement and feminist activism on these artists’ lives and work, the tours will recognise the experiences and vision of women in Tate Britain’s collection displays.

Please note, all our tours are different and the works, artists and topics discussed will vary.

Tate Britain

Meet at the top of the Manton Staircase

London SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit


Every Monday, Wednesday at 13.15–13.45

5 February – 27 June 2018

We recommend

In the Gallery

Women and Power: A walk through Tate Britain

Explore stories of women’s empowerment across the centuries through works in our collection

Art Term

Feminist art

Feminist art is art by artists made consciously in the light of developments in feminist art theory in the early ...

Tate App

Lead your own journey and discover more about art, artists and Tate