What can we learn from gallery provision by and for younger visitors?

During a goodly part of 2014 the young people of Tate Collective in London, as part of the Circuit programme, developed a display area with a particularly young-person aesthetic an interest in mind.

They also got to fit out a social space for young people. Both were a success – not just for young people but with other visitors too. In this blog https://circuit.tate.org.uk/2015/03/source-space-at-tate-britain/ Sabine Doolin, Audience Research and Insight Manager at Tate puts the experience into context, and outlines what more can be learned for their future activity.