Tate is one of the world’s most recognised arts brands, with over 8 million visitors at our four UK galleries and a digital audience of over 25 million annually. Our audiences come from around the globe to see acclaimed exhibitions, engage with the diverse collection of British and international contemporary art, and enjoy our vast range of special events throughout the year.

Tate harnesses all of these strengths to create ambitious and innovative relationships with our corporate partners. Tate's partners align with our bold, innovative and diverse programme and draw on Tate's expertise on unique, personalised activations. We can benefit your business by increasing your brand impact and loyalty, engaging your target audiences through the creation of award-winning digital content, entertaining in our iconic galleries, and exploring new ideas and technology to create cutting-edge projects.

Our bespoke partnerships encompass everything from our world-renowned exhibition programme, ground-breaking performances and unique artist commissions, to wide-reaching learning, research and community programmes. We provide our partners with a platform from which they can speak to diverse and global audiences of millions – opinion formers, industry leaders and consumers alike - whilst supporting Tate to achieve our ambition of making art accessible for all.

Become a Corporate Partner

All Tate Corporate Partners support Tate to champion access to art for all, with Corporate Partnership opportunities ranging from support of world-renowned programmes of exhibitions, performances or annual artist commissions to wide-reaching learning, research and community programmes, or collaboration through crucial conservation, collection care, digital or sustainability initiatives.

To find out more about the partnership we can build together, or to learn more about corporate philanthropic donations, contact us at corporate.partnerships@tate.org.uk.

Find out more about Tate's Corporate Partners

  • Bank of America: Exhibition Partnerships

    A long standing exhibition partner who has supported major exhibitions at both Tate Modern and Tate Britain, as well as research into conservation of Tate artworks

  • Bloomberg Philanthropies and Tate

    Supporting the development of state-of-the-art technology to encourage interaction and exploration of cultural institutions on and offsite

  • BMW: BMW Tate Live

    BMW Tate Live celebrated performance and live art, bringing the innovative genre to the forefront of Tate

  • BNP Paribas: Turner Prize

    BNP Paribas support the Turner Prize, one of the world’s most prestigious contemporary visual art awards

  • Deutsche Bank: International Arts Partnership

    Deutsche Bank and Tate’s partnership is one that is based on exchange and shared curatorial interests

  • The EY Tate Arts Partnership

    This multiyear partnership has established EY as a major supporter of the arts

  • Hyundai Motor: The Hyundai commission and Hyundai Tate research centre: Transnational

    Annual artist commission for Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall and a Tate research centre

  • Lockton and Tate Partnership

    A multiyear partnership championing shared values of community engagement, diversity and inclusion in support of Tate’s mission of access to art for all. Enabling diverse and meaningful exhibitions and wide-reaching and impactful community programming

  • Microsoft: The IK Prize 2016

    An annual competition using the power of digital technology to connect Tate’s collection to a wider audience

  • QANTAS, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia and Tate

    An International Joint Acquisition Programme and ground-breaking collaboration to increase the international profile of contemporary Australian art

  • Solarcentury: Tate Modern Solar Power System

    This partnership provided a solar PV system for the roof of the Natalie Bell Building, with Solarcentury supporting sustainability initiatives at Tate Modern

  • Sotheby’s: The Tate Britain Commission

    Inviting British artists to respond to Tate’s collection of British and international art

  • Uniqlo: Uniqlo Tate Lates

    Initially supporting Tate to celebrate the opening of the new Tate Modern in 2016, the UNIQLO and Tate partnership places creativity and imagination at the heart of everything we do. Between 2016 and 2020, UNIQLO’s support of UNIQLO Tate Lates at Tate Modern enabled a new focal part of London nightlife and a new model for museum participation

  • UNIQLO: UNIQLO Tate Play

    The UNIQLO and Tate partnership embodies a shared belief that Art and Play are for everyone. Together, UNIQLO and Tate are proud to champion creativity, imagination and art for all through UNIQLO Tate Play, Tate Modern’s free programme of participatory activities, events and digital content since 2021

  • Van Cleef & Arpels and Tate

    Dance Reflections by Van Cleef & Arpels celebrates performance and live art, bringing the innovative genre to the forefront of Tate

Corporate Philanthropy

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Support Tate through a corporate philanthropic donation through your company or corporate foundation.

Your support will provide vital funding for Tate across all of our programme and activities. It can be broad in scope, or be tied to a specific programme, audience initiative or Tate Department such as our Conservation and Research centres.

For more information please contact corporate.partnerships@tate.org.uk

More from Corporate Support

  • Corporate Membership

    Become a Corporate Member and gain special access to our exhibitions

  • Private Events

    Hire a space for your event at Tate Britain, Tate Modern or Tate Liverpool