Featuring a compelling cast of artists, cultural producers, and thinkers, we’ll be placing queerness at the heart of the gallery.
This year's programme will surface urgent queer conversations visible in Tate Britain's brand-new collection displays. The temporary exhibition programme will explore powerful themes of desire, history and culture in the filmmaking of Isaac Julien and the radical romance of the Rossettis.
From morning to late, our spaces will be activated by free performances, pop-up talks, making workshops, family events, DJs, films and readings from artists rooted in the UK’s queer community and its histories.
Queer and Now is a bold and celebratory day welcoming a wide, diverse and majority LGBTQIA+ audience. Our priority is to ensure this is a safe, inclusive and respectful space for our visitors, colleagues and partners. Find out more about how we do this. Tate members of staff wearing Vibe Checker lanyards will be on hand to help you enjoy the day. Any questions? Just ask.