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1 Public Sector Funding at Tate Antoinette OLoughlin Head of Public Sector Fundraising

2 Introduction Tate and its mission Structure and governance Funding overview Public Sector Fundraising Some publicly funded projects The future

3 Tate and its mission A family of 4 galleries: London, St Ives and Liverpool Mission: to increase public knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of art Tate is a public institution owned by, and existing for, the public Audiences: 7,450,000 in 2010/11

4 Structure and governance Tate is a Non-Departmental Public Body (NDPB), funded in part by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Tate is an exempt charity with full charitable status Tate is governed by a Board of Trustees

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6 Funding overview Total income in 2010/11: £84,185m Grant-in-aid from DCMS: £32,329m - 38% Trading income: £26,037m – 31% Fundraising: £20m – 24% Membership: £4,927m – 6% Other: £860k – 1%

7 Public Sector Fundraising UK Government Departments Non-departmental public bodies Regional and local government National Lottery European Commission Non-public bodies that distribute research grants

8 Some publicly funded projects The Tate Movie Project - £3m Big & Small - £480,000 Skills for the future - £688,600 Anoxic framing - £584,431 Capital projects Research at Tate

9 The future Tates 2015 Vision Threats, Trends and Opportunities

10 HERZOG & DE MEURON 263_Tate-Modern-2/ /Public-Launch

11 Further information About Tate: governance & annual accounts The Tate Movie Project Transforming Tate Modern


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