Open daily for everyone to use for free, drop in to (un)common space to work, study or connect with others.
There are communal tables to meet or work at and a small library area with sofas to read or chill in. We have plenty of power sockets if you need to plug in your laptop or recharge your phone. And on weekdays, enjoy free self-serve tea and coffee.
(un)common space has been designed with and for young people aged 16–25. We particularly welcome to the space young people from backgrounds currently under-represented in the arts, for example, folk who are working class, disabled, BAME and or LGBTIQ+.
In (un)common space:
Use communal tables to meet or work at. There are sofas to read or chill in by the Library.
Browse a library selected by Thick/er Black Lines of art and culture texts which question, challenge and redress narratives that have ignored and excluded many.
Tea & Coffee
On weekdays, enjoy free self-serve tea and coffee.
We have plenty of power sockets if you need to plug in your laptop or recharge your phone.
Sign up to Tate Collective to find out more about events, projects and opportunities for young people at Tate.
How to find us
(un)common space is in the Learning Gallery, situated on the ground floor next to the Duveen Galleries. The space is wheelchair accessible and the nearest all gendered bathroom to (un)common space is located on the ground floor near the cloakroom.
(un)common space has been devised and developed by Tate Young People’s Programmes in collaboration with:
Bespoke furiture design and produced by Joel Strike Set Building.