Turner Prize Public Programme at Tate Liverpool

Artist Talk Mark Wallinger
Wallinger talks about his Turner Prize 2007 exhibit, among other work including the piece he was nominated for – State Britain and the work that featured in his exhibition at Tate Liverpool in 2000 – Credo.

The Auditorium, Tate Liverpool
Thursday 1 November, 18.00 – 19.30

Artist Talk Richard Grayson on Mike Nelson
Richard Grayson, a noted spokesperson on the work of Nelson and also a good friend of the artist, talks about the inspiration behind Nelson’s installations focusing on the current Turner Prize 2007 work, but also referring to past work and work in progress by the artist.

The Auditorium, Tate Liverpool
Thursday 8 November, 18.00 – 19.30

Artist Talk Nathan Coley in conversation with Declan McGonagle
Coley discusses his projects about the built environment and the experience of being nominated for the Turner Prize with Declan McGonagle, who as a former nominee has a long history with the prize.

Thursday 22 November, 18.00 – 19.30

This talk will be held at School of Architecture, Liverpool University
In collaboration with CAVA, the Centre for Architecture and the Visual Arts, Liverpool University.

Late at Tate Liverpool Art and the City
Get involved in the debate about contemporary art, Liverpool and regeneration. View films about the city curated by the City in Film research project (Liverpool University), take in neighbouring Site Gallery’s Shrinking Cities exhibition and end the night enjoying a performance by Liverpool’s home grown Hot Club de Paris.

Thursday 29 November
From 18.00 – 21.00

In Conversation Are you ready? [LATE AT TATE]
What does the arrival of Turner Prize 2007 mean for Liverpool and what is the relationship between contemporary art and the city? This discussion moderated by Roger Phillips of BBC Radio Merseyside between representatives of contemporary art collectives, arts institutions including Liverpool Biennial and development groups such as Liverpool Vision and Grosvenor will discuss contemporary art and the city, peoples’ expectations for 2008 and if Liverpool is ready for its year as European Capital of Culture.

Thursday 29 November
18.00 – 19.30

This talk will be recorded and broadcast on BBC Radio Merseyside

All Turner Prize events priced £7, £5.50 (concessions), £4 (members)
and to be booked by calling Tate Liverpool on 0151 702 7000

http://www.tate.org.uk/liverpool/

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