Tate Collective take over Tate Liverpool
Visitors are invited to join a day of free activities and events at Tate Liverpool featuring art, music, film and an exciting green screen. Taking place on Saturday 17 March 2018 from 10.00 until 17.00, this exciting activity-filled day will be led by Tate Collective Liverpool, a youth art initiative by and for young people aged 15–25 years old, who meet regularly at the gallery.
Visitors can drop-into a Zine Making Workshop and enjoy making pages for their own zine. Taking place from 10.00 until 12.00 and 13.00 until 15.00 in the group reception room on the ground floor, visitors can collage text and images to create magazine pages inspired by the artworks on display in the gallery.
Over in the Clore Learning space on the first floor, there will be a hands-on workshop where participants can have fun making face and body adornments that will create unusual compositions on a green screen, from 11.00 until 13.00 and 14.00 until16.00.
Visitors can also see a film about non-conforming made by Tate Collective Liverpool. The film will explore what would happen if people decided to no longer conform to society and will be shown throughout the day in the basement.
Tate Collective Liverpool members have created a soundtrack for visitors to listen to as they explore the gallery and is inspired by the artworks on display in ARTIST ROOMS: Roy Lichtenstein in Focus, John Piper and Surrealism in Egypt: Art et Liberté 1938–1948.
Tate Collective members will be on hand in the foyer greeting visitors and there will be a special ticket offer running for 15–25 year olds who can see John Piper and Surrealism in Egypt: Art et Liberté 1938–1948 for £5 during the penultimate day before they close on 18 March.