Tate Modern is currently closed
The Clore Hub offers participants hands on experiences with art, providing opportunities to make, construct, contribute, display and join in. Designed with laboratory spaces rather than formal learning environments, the Hub encourages visitors to experiment, ask questions, have discussions, and make their own work by way of response.
We encourage young people to explore art and idea to take ownership of the gallery.
Clore Hub Foyer
Your first entry point to Tate Modern. Head here to meet the Visitor Assistants, explore the spaces and discover the activities.
Schools Welcome Desk
The first entry point to Tate Modern for School Groups. Head here to meet the Schools Assistant and sign in your school group. A space to connect with the Schools and Teachers Team.
Designed for up to 30 participants plus staff, this room is a ‘wet’ workshop facility allowing participants to directly engage with artists’ practice and develop skills through making art. A creative activity space for children, families and intergenerational audiences
Designed for up to 30 participants plus staff, this room is a ‘dry’ workshop facility allowing participants to directly engage with artists’ practice and develop skills through making art. A multifunctional space for regular visits by local communities, as well as a full programme of workshops, events and seminars for a wide range of audience groups, led by the Community, Learning and Research teams.
McAulay Lunch Room
A flexible space designed to hold 70 people. This room is equipped with lockers, tables and benches, sofas, highchairs, and includes a ceiling mounted projector as well as a self-catering unit with a sink.
McAulay Seminar Room
Intended for discussion-based learning for a broad range of groups. With day-to-day capacity for approximately 30 participants, this room will be used flexibly as a space for seminars or workshops.