Tate Research Centre Learning

We announced on 9 October 2014 the official launch of the Tate Research Centre: Learning, a new Tate Research Centre which will promote research and knowledge exchange and inform practice in the field of learning in galleries.
It joins five other well-established Tate Research Centres. These focus on the art of the Asia Pacific Region, British Romantic Art, Creative Communities (co-ordinated by Tate St Ives), Curatorial Practice and Museology (co-ordinated by Tate Liverpool) and Victorian and Edwardian Art.
The Research Centre will organise symposia, conferences, research-led practice sharing sessions and professional development events. It will also host specialist researchers and instigate and manage learning research projects within Tate. The Centre will disseminate research news and information relevant to learning in galleries, and provide a forum for sharing and developing research from across the sector in the UK and internationally. The Centre will work with our existing UK and international museum and university partners and welcomes ideas and proposals for new projects and events. It also invites submissions for publication to ‘Working Papers’, the Centre’s online publication platform.
The Tate Research Centre: Learning builds on Tate’s internationally recognised learning programme and close connections to external partners in Higher Education, visual arts and arts education.