Tate has appointed Mark Miller as Director of Learning. Taking up the role on 4 April 2022, Mark will be responsible for shaping Tate’s learning strategy across its four galleries and online. The strategy will be tailored to the unique character of each site, whilst holding to Tate-wide principles of creative learning and inclusive engagement.

Mark began at Tate in 2006 as Curator of Young Peoples Programmes. Over the intervening years, Mark has been instrumental in creating and implementing high profile and transformational programmes, partnerships and events for young people, both nationally and internationally. These projects have included Circuit, Tate Collective, Late at Tate Britain, the British Council European programme Youth Art Interchange, and LDN WMN with the Mayor of London. More recently he has overseen the strategic direction of the learning programmes at Tate Modern and Tate Britain, including work on new initiatives such as UNIQLO Tate Play.

Mark Miller said: “I’m looking forward to this exciting and important new role at Tate. It is an opportunity to work with many brilliant colleagues, artists, creatives and partners to expand the creative learning that happens in our galleries and our communities. I am delighted to be working with my colleagues in the Learning teams as we connect more deeply with Tate's collection, exhibitions, spaces, and platforms and develop a re-energised multidisciplinary learning experience with our audiences.”