Tim Marlow began working at the Tate Gallery as a lecturer in the Education Department and subsequently move to the Communications Department where he established and editedÂ Tate – The Art Magazine
This recording is part of:
Education Practice at Tate 1970-present
In considering how museums have significantly reconfigured their relationships with audiences over the last decade and given how Learning as a department carries a notable responsibility in developing audiences, this series of interviews with present and past members of Tate staff aims to create an understanding and account of how EducationÂ practice within Tate has historically evolved from information and explanation to interpretation, engagement to participation, informal knowledge to professional research.
Questions to be considered in this programme in relation to Education practice are:
- Since its inceptionÂ what are the historical legacies of the original Education Department within the operation of Tate and more recently Tate Britain?
- Where has Education been historically positioned and now?
- What kind of agency does Education hold within the production and reproduction of knowledge within Tate?
- What is its relationship to a research practice?
- How does it configure its publics?