Free Entry Tate Modern Festival

Routes In Alternative Careers Fair

The new Tate Modern launch 2016 © Tate, photo Dan Weill

Meet arts industry insiders and Tate staff face to face and hear talks from inspirational women working in the arts

Aged 15–25, interested in a career in arts and culture, but not sure where to start?

Come down to a careers fair with a difference. Find out about different roles and career pathways at Tate and discover what it’s like to work in the arts and cultural industries. Browse stalls run by Tate staff and arts industry insiders face to face, find out what their roles involve and how they got to where they are.

Joining us on the day will be 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning, A New Direction, Creative Mentor Network, Ravensbourne, Royal Museums Greenwich, The Creative Society. Get a chance to also speak to staff from across Tate from a range of departments: Collection Care, Curatorial, Design Studio, Development, Digital, Enterprises, Tate Exchange, Learning, Photography, Visitor Experience and Volunteers.

Whilst your here, chill with friends, meet other young people interested in creative careers and enjoy music from BBZ DJs in a lounge installation. And to celebrate International Women’s Day, see a series of inspirational talks from women working in the creative industries put together by guest curator Nicole Crentsil:

11.30: Mahaneela with an introduction from Frances Morris Book free tickets

12.45: Chidera Eggerue Book free tickets

14.00: Joy Miessi Book free tickets

15.00: Abondance Book free tickets

Programmed by young people from Tate Collective London

Tate Modern

Turbine Hall

Turbine Hall Bridge

London SE1 9TG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

8 March 2018 at 11.00–16.00