Tate Modern Workshop

Slow Art Day

Henri Matisse, ‘The Snail’ 1953
Henri Matisse, The Snail 1953. Tate. © Succession Henri Matisse/DACS 2021

Join our Visitor Experience team to look slowly and share your response to artworks from the Collection

Slow Art Day is a global event with a simple mission: help more people discover for themselves the joy of looking at and loving art.

Why slow? When people look slowly at a piece of art they make discoveries. The most important discovery they make is that they can see and experience art without an expert (or expertise). And that’s an exciting discovery. It unlocks passion and creativity and helps to create more art lovers.

How does it work? One day each year people all over the world visit local museums and galleries to look at art slowly. Our Visitor Experience team invite you to respond to three artworks from the Collection.

Tate Modern

Meet on Level 0 Natalie Bell Building Concourse

London SE1 9TG
Plan your visit


6 April 2019 at 11.00–12.00

6 April 2019 at 14.00–15.00

Free Entry. Come along at 11.00 or 14.00 for an hour of conversation

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