You will ‘LOVE’ this: apply now for Tate Exchange online

Posted on: 24 June 2020 by Nick Jones in 2018 Posts

Neon sign spelling 'love'
Spread the love with Tate Exchange

We are delighted to announce that Tate Liverpool, Tate Britain and Tate Modern are now seeking expressions of interest for a digital Tate Exchange programme. This is an extremely exciting opportunity for you to broaden engagement with your research and ideas, and increase your impact among diverse audiences.

If your application is successful, your digital residency will have exposure via all Tate Gallery channels and reach a far wider audience.  

Staff and students apply now

The programme theme for the next round of Tate Exchange is ‘Love’, this is to be shaped by lead artist Amy Sharrocks and runs through to the end of July 2021.

The theme can be interpreted in many different ways, but applicants are encouraged to align proposals with current or future exhibitions. You may wish to consider a creative approach to the provocation of LOVE in ways that address our response to the COVID crisis in some way.

From Oct 2020 to March 2021, the Tate Exchange programme will run as a digital programme, however some hybrid ideas may be considered. From March 2021, it is hoped that programme at Tate Exchange sites will recommence – possibly earlier, possibly later, and mediated for physical distancing, depending on stipulations at the time.

‘Digital’ pertains to programming happening across online and digital platforms. ‘At distance’ pertains to programming at the Associates locale that take place under a Tate Exchange programming banner, and that would support an online or (at a later date) on-the-floor programme.

If you wish to run a digital programme, but are unsure of the best match platform(s) for your programme, we can help with that during the development, programme and production meetings.

The deadline to respond to the expression of interest is 27 July 2020.

Read more details about the application process and deadlines here or contact Kate Spicer, Senior Impact and Business Development Manager, Research Partnership and Innovation.

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