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How is colour and shape used to create art? Discover colourful artworks and fun activities to use in your classroom
Dive in for a closer look: explore Hockney's inspiration, techniques and have a go at some splash-inspired activities
Listen to the wise words of Anni Albers, whose work redefined textiles as an art form
Find out about working on our website from Fionnuala Cavanagh, a Product Manager in our Digital team
Take your time and look at Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows in new and surprising ways
Power and role play in Mapplethorpe’s double portrait
We are examining the stories we tell about art in our galleries and online
The clothing designer pays her respects to Albers’s use of colour
An astrophysicist reflects on the alien in the everyday
Read our report on this symposium, which explored Asian art after 1989 with a focus on how political and economic ...
Andrew Cummings reports on a talk by the artist Tehching Hsieh, featuring a response from Amelia Groom (editor of Time ...
Explore this Pre-Raphaelite visionary and his many talents
This writer considers his affinity for the early Renaissance paintings of the Sienese school, finding in one work the universal ...
To mark the publication of a new biography of former Tate Gallery Director John Rothenstein, Tate’s current Director of Collection ...
One photographer reveals how the work of Arthur Tress has never ceased to be an inspiration
Find ways to structure discussions and activities to explore identity and gender
The world premiere of The Head and the Load, created by William Kentridge along with composer Philip Miller, musical director ...
Discover how this influential artist continues to produce art that is impossible to ignore