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Tate Jun 1
We have a platform, a voice, and a duty to our Black members, employees, artists, visitors and followers to speak up and stand for human rights and anti-racism. Nobody should have to live in fear because of the colour of their skin. 1/3
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Tate Exchange May 18
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How can we show kindness through art? Head over to our Instagram channel to see more artworks and reflective thoughts on how we can be kind during this time.
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Tate Exchange May 18
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is an arts charity based in Kent. They use the arts and creativity to encourage empathy and to create the conditions for kindness to flourish and become embodied in actions. Their vision is of a thriving, creative society.
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Tate Exchange May 18
This week is and we’ve teamed up with Associate to bring you a series of reflections on how we navigate through this time with kindness. is the theme this year.
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Tate Exchange May 8
How are you documenting life under lockdown? Isolate Curate is a digital public participation project developed by students at University of Westminster. They have been sharing your images of your time in lockdown. Head over to our Instagram to see more.
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Leanne Pero May 7
In what would have been our 1st day exhibiting & sharing our latest work at the - im excited to present to U the launch of our - The Untold Cancer Stories Podcast! 😍 EP1 is on NOW & will be released weekly! Enjoy ⭐️
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Tate May 7
Has an artwork ever changed the way you see the world? This is Patrick Heron's Azalea Garden, painted in May 1956.
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Tate Apr 18
Sometimes times of solitude are welcomed, while at other times they can be uninvited, and tough. Explore how artists of past and present have adapted to being creative during periods of isolation:
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Tate Exchange Apr 17
Explore how artists of past and present have made art in isolation. Solitude can be welcome or uninvited. Artists may have to adapt their ways of working. They may even need to explore whether being creative during such a time is possible.
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Me On The Map Apr 13
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Tate Exchange Apr 12
In case you needed a reminder, today is Sunday. Take a nap.
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Digital Maker Collective (DMC) Apr 10
Students Performance School live Immersive Production Studio event March 2020, sharing working process, pre-production, animatics, storyboards & models as prototypes. More: Img photographer, Alex Wojcik
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Tate Exchange Apr 9
What is giving you inspiration today? ​ is a space and programme where we ask, ‘How can art make a difference to people's lives and society?’
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Tate Apr 7
What creative challenge will you set yourself this week? A self-portrait, perhaps?
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Digital Maker Collective (DMC) Apr 7
The Digital Maker Collective formed & group & met regularly over a number of months. The DMC created some amazing interactive art works, installations & interventions for event March 2020. Images 7/3/20 by Alex Wojcik
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Tate Exchange Apr 5
Our sense of time is changing. The pace of our daily life might have slowed or sped up. How can art reflect the effect time has on us? ​ ​​Find out more about through the link in our bio.  ​ ​Merlyn Oliver Evans, The Conquest of Time, 1934
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Tate Exchange Apr 2
The ways we learn and process information are changing. How is art helping you educate and learn? ​ ​ is a space for everyone to make, play, talk, reflect and discover new perspectives on life, through art. ​ ​Arthur Boyd Houghton, Mother and Children Reading, c.1860
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Tate Exchange Apr 1
Can we change the definition of what an art gallery is through the power of social media? ​ ​ is the theme for this season at . Use the link in our bio to find out more.
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Tate Exchange Mar 31
The spirit of is to welcome new ideas and think radically about the way art functions in our society. What new perspectives are you uncovering?
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Creative Watergate Mar 10
Just some of the clay models made by pupils and staff ready to take to at
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