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Cally Spooner, And You Were Wonderful, On Stage, 2014. As part of BMW Tate Live, Tate Britain.  Photo: Oliver Cowling for Tate Photography © Tate, London 2014

Cally Spooner, And You Were Wonderful, On Stage, 2014. As part of BMW Tate Live, Tate Britain.

Photo: Oliver Cowling for Tate Photography

(c) Tate, London 2014

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Sponsorship at Tate

Tate is not a ‘one size fits all’ organisation. We start with our sponsors’ needs and build packages large and small, working with clients, employees and families and looking at objectives from profile to engagement.

Multi-stand Partnership:
Tate’s success is built on the strength of our ideas. Creative drive infuses every aspect of our organisation. We have a long history of generating significant return on investment for our supporters.

Brand Building:
Tate is one of the best-loved arts brands in the world. We are central to the UK’s cultural vibrancy, an agenda-setting arts organisation internationally, and regularly feature in industry roundups of ‘cool’ and ‘favourite’ brands. We provide a platform from which sponsors can speak to an audience of millions – opinion formers, industry leaders and consumers alike. Choose a Tate exhibition and together we can build a package to mirror your brand, ethos and style.

Business to Business Networking:
Tate understands business. Tate Publishing is one of the world’s leading publishers on the visual arts. Our much-loved merchandise ranges from children’s arts packs to jewellery by young designers. Across our activities we work and partner with networks of industry. Supporters can access our network and find a home in which to entertain their own.

Entertaining at Tate:
Our family of four galleries includes some stunning hospitality venues. We run our own catering company and our legendary wine list has been winning awards since 1974. Supporters can stage events among artworks and hold receptions alongside blockbuster exhibitions. They also enjoy early access, behind-the-scenes tours and exclusive talks from Tate directors and curators. Together we can plan the most memorable of events.

Staff Incentives:
Last year, over 12,500 staff from our corporate supporters visited Tate galleries, often with families or clients. Your people can enjoy Tate too. We will welcome them and treat them to workplace exhibition talks, complimentary tickets, family workshops, curator-led exhibition
tours.

Reaching New Audiences:
Tate is enjoyed, debated and used by the broadest possible audience, with media coverage to match. Our audience is still growing: annual visitor numbers to our galleries recently topped 7 million. Our website has nearly 20 million unique users, we are one of the largest arts brands on Twitter and we have more than 1 million Facebook followers. Our supporters can access this audience and, through extensive marketing and press campaigns, the broader public. With you we can build a campaign that reaches your target market most effectively.

Corporate Social Responsibility:
Tate is driven by our charitable mission to promote public understanding and enjoyment of British, modern and contemporary art. We could not achieve this without corporate support. Tate is a leader in arts education and participation, providing programmes that serve our audiences and communities. Last year 1.1 million people attended Tate courses, workshops and lectures. As our sponsor, you can build an engagement with art and education to fit your corporate social responsibility (CSR) agenda, or you can gift your benefits to community and charitable partners. We will work with you to ensure your social
responsibilities are met.

Performance Room:
Performance Room is a series of performances commissioned and conceived exclusively for the online space, and the first artistic programme created purely for live web broadcast.

Performance Event:
Performance Events offer the chance to experience new performance works live in Tate Modern. Working with key international artists, the programme presents both emerging and historical figures that make important contributions to the field of performance.


  • Tim Etchells and FormContent, It’s moving from I to It – The Play, 2014. As part of BMW Tate Live, Tate Modern.  Photo: Ana Escobar for Tate Photography © Tate, London 2014
  • Tim Etchells and FormContent, It’s moving from I to It – The Play, 2014. As part of BMW Tate Live, Tate Modern.  Photo: Ana Escobar for Tate Photography © Tate, London 2014
  • Tim Etchells and FormContent, It’s moving from I to It – The Play, 2014. As part of BMW Tate Live, Tate Modern.  Photo: Ana Escobar for Tate Photography © Tate, London 2014
  • Cally Spooner  Tate Photography
  • Cally Spooner, And You Were Wonderful, On Stage, 2014. As part of BMW Tate Live, Tate Britain.  Photo: Oliver Cowling for Tate Photography © Tate, London 2014
  • Bojana Cvejić and Christine De Smedt, Spatial Confessions – Speaking Part, 2014. As part of BMW Tate Live: Events Series, Tate Modern.  Photo: Oliver Cowling for Tate Photography © Tate, London 2014
  • Bojana Cvejić and Christine De Smedt, Spatial Confessions – Speaking Part, 2014. As part of BMW Tate Live: Events Series, Tate Modern.  Photo: Oliver Cowling for Tate Photography © Tate, London 2014
  • Bojana Cvejić and Christine De Smedt, Spatial Confessions – Speaking Part, 2014. As part of BMW Tate Live: Events Series, Tate Modern.  Photo: Oliver Cowling for Tate Photography © Tate, London 2014
  • Bojana Cvejić and Christine De Smedt, Spatial Confessions – Speaking Part, 2014. As part of BMW Tate Live: Events Series, Tate Modern.  Photo: Oliver Cowling for Tate Photography © Tate, London 2014
  • Bojana Cvejić and Christine De Smedt, Spatial Confessions – Speaking Part, 2014. As part of BMW Tate Live: Events Series, Tate Modern.  Photo: Oliver Cowling for Tate Photography © Tate, London 2014
  • Bojana Cvejić and Christine De Smedt, Spatial Confessions – Speaking Part, 2014. As part of BMW Tate Live: Events Series, Tate Modern.  Photo: Oliver Cowling for Tate Photography © Tate, London 2014