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Tate Collective: A Creative Opportunity for 16-25 Year Olds

Updated: Mar 10

Are you aged between 16 and 25? Want the opportunity to access £5 exhibition tickets, free events, and other discounts across Tate? Learn about signing up for a free Tate Collective account.

Tate Collective is a free creative community open to everyone aged between 16 and 25, giving access to exhibitions for just £5 as a way for young people to get the most out of Tate. Whether that be exploring the gallery with up to three friends, or hearing and being inspired by young emerging creatives.

Signing up to Tate Collective is easy, simply register with a current email and address to get access to the offers. You will receive a digital Tate Collective Card which you can add to your phone’s wallet and bring when you visit the gallery, alongside a photo ID which proves your age.

Booking tickets to one of the Tate exhibitions is done exclusively online and can be done in advance of your visit or when you are at the gallery. These tickets will then be available instantly as e-tickets which can then be scanned at the entrance.

There are currently some great exhibitions on at the Tate Modern including:


‘Focusing on the many tensions and contradictions in Cezanne’s work, this exhibition seeks to understand the artist in his own context, as an ambitious young painter proudly from the Mediterranean South, yet eager to make it in metropolitan Paris. Featuring many works shown for the first time in the UK, the show will follow his struggle between seeking official recognition and joining the emerging impressionists before relentlessly pursuing his own unique language. We will witness an artist wrestling with what it means to be a modern painter while remaining deeply sceptical about the world he lived in, from political unrest to a continually accelerating way of life.’


‘Tate presents a rare chance to experience two of Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms. These immersive installations will transport you into Kusama’s unique vision of endless reflections.

Infinity Mirrored Room – Filled with the Brilliance of Life is one of Kusama’s largest installations to date and was made for her 2012 retrospective at Tate Modern. It is shown alongside Chandelier of Grief, a room which creates the illusion of a boundless universe of rotating crystal chandeliers.’

Find out about what other £5 exhibitions are on, how to get discounts in stores or cafes, and more on the Tate Collective website:

Social Media Channels:

Instagram: @tatecollective

Facebook: Tate Collective

Twitter: @TateCollective

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