Tate has recently unveiled a comprehensive archive of artist talks, performances, and ‘cultural debates’ that have taken place at the museum since 2001, adding up to over 600 hours of audio and video available for free through their site. Upcoming live events at Tate’s museums around the UK will also be available in the archive, no more than two weeks after the event.

We haven’t had a chance to take a look at all the content, but the collection seems to cover a broad range of interesting topics, from Renzo Piano discussing his architectural inspiration, to photographers giving an inside look at the process of documenting the changes in Post Soviet states.

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