Live Events and Film
Late at Tate Britain
On the first Friday of each month Tate Britain hosts Late at Tate Britain, a vibrant series of events that take place in and around the gallery. Each evening is themed and offers visitors the opportunity to relax with a drink and enjoy Tate Britain's temporary exhibition programme as well as specially commissioned performances, musical events, talks and film screenings.
The total reach of the monthly marketing communications for Late at Tate Britain is 593,000 people. Each event attracts approximately 4–5,000 people with an audience demographic of young professional individuals aged between 20–40 who are in full time employment and live in London. Late at Tate Britain has been previewed by NME, Radio 4 Today, Time Out, The London Paper, Kultureflash and LBC.
An association with Late at Tate Britain allows a sponsor to benefit from alignment with a unique, stylish, dynamic and sophisticated programme of activities and also provides an excellent platform to reinforce a sponsor's brand values, stimulate demand and increase band awareness amongst key audiences.
Late at Tate Britain
Tate Modern Film Programme
Although still a relatively new venture, Tate Film has already established a strong international reputation; Tate Modern's Film Programme was listed in the Artforum Top 10 for 2007 by Chrissie Iles, Curator at the Whitney Museum.
It is Tate's ambition to be a major international forum for artists' film and media work, with the capacity to represent both recent and historical work in all of its myriad forms. Run by Tate Curator Stuart Comer, the primary focuses are film, video and media work made by artists, rather than feature films. Tate's programme is one of the very few platforms for this kind of work internationally and offers a more prominent platform for a genre that has often been neglected. Tate Film will shed light on forgotten histories and important and challenging new work.
Past sponsors have included Prada and Agnés b., however Tate is now looking to secure a long-term partner who will support this programme on an annual basis. Tate would look to create a bespoke package of benefits that are specifically suited to the partner's budget and sponsor benefit requirements.
For further information on both opportunities mentioned above please contact Corporate Development on 020 7887 8745 or via the email address below.
UBS Openings: The Long Weekend, Tate Modern