Find out about how to become a Tate Patron, the Tate Patrons schemes and how patron help Tate

BECOME A PATRON

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Tate Patrons have a close relationship with Tate, helping to share art with our diverse audiences, and enjoy curator-led exhibition tours at Tate and other galleries, visits to private collections and artist studios, invitations to opening receptions, and art trips in Europe and beyond.

Each level of Patron membership has its own distinct focus and enjoys special access to Tate. Young Patrons (aged 18–40) enjoy being part of a sociable group with a contemporary focus, Silver Patrons explore the UK’s diverse cultural landscape from the historical to the contemporary, Gold Patrons get to know the London and European art scenes with insights from Tate’s directors and curators, while Platinum Patrons enjoy the highest level of Patron engagement with premier access to Tate’s directors and curators, high-profile artists, leading collectors, and art specialists in the UK and internationally.

To find out more, please contact us at patrons.office@tate.org.uk.

To become a Tate Liverpool Patron, please call Matthew Watters on +44 (0)151 702 7436 or email Matthew.Watters@tate.org.uk

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Patrons look at a painting in the conservation studio
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https://www.tate.org.uk/search?gid=999999780&type=artworkSupport key acquisitions

Patrons help acquire key artworks for Tate’s collection. See some of the recent acquisitions supported by Patrons

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http://www.tate.org.uk/search?type=eventFund exhibitions

A breadth of exhibitions, spanning historic and modern art, are staged with Patrons support

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http://www.tate.org.uk/about-us/learning-programmesEnable learning opportunities

Learning opportunities for thousands of young children, families, schools and individuals with varying disabilities are enabled by Patrons

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http://www.tate.org.uk/about/our-work/conservationHelp conserve art

Patrons enable our Conservation team to undertake crucial conservation projects

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Enable our Conservation team to undertake crucial conservation projects

http://www.tate.org.uk/file/tate-patrons-2018-2019-reportTate Patrons: A Summary of Your Support

For more information about how Patrons have helped Tate, download the latest report

Tomma Abts Dako 2016 Tate © Tomma Abts. Purchased with assistance from Tate Patrons 2018. Photo © Tate (Joe Humphrys and Matt Greenwood

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You can contact the Patrons Office to discuss any aspect of your membership or to find out more about the scheme. Get in touch with us via email, phone or post:

CONTACT US

London Patrons

Email patrons.office@tate.org.uk

Call +44 (0)20 7887 8743

Patrons Office
Tate
Millbank
London SW1P 4RG

Tate Liverpool Patrons

Email Matthew.Watters@tate.org.uk

Call +44 (0)151 702 7436

Tate Liverpool
Development Office
Albert Dock
Liverpool L3 4BB

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Nancy Ireson, Curator, International Art, leads a tour of the Tate Modern collection displays for Patrons, shortly after the opening of the Blavatnik Building in June 2016. Photo: © Tate (Seraphina Neville)

Nancy Ireson, Curator, International Art, leads a tour of the Tate Modern collection displays for Patrons, shortly after the opening of the Blavatnik Building in June 2016. Photo: © Tate (Seraphina Neville)