Liverpool Biennial 2016: Tours and Talks

Liverpool Biennial 2016: Tours and Talks Liverpool Biennial 2016: Tours and Talks



Dates: 09/07/2016 - 16/10/2016
Times: 00:00


This list is up to date as of June 30th 2016. For the most accurate listings please visit www.biennial.com.

Events are free, unless otherwise stated. For further
listings and booking information, see www.biennial.com.

TOURS
EVERY SATURDAY
Liverpool Biennial 2016: Curator Tours
3pm, Various venues from 17 July

EVERY SUNDAY
Liverpool Biennial 2016: Mediator Tours
3pm, Cains Brewery / ABC Cinema alternately from 17 July

EVERY TUESDAY
John Moores Painting Prize: Talk Tuesdays
1–2pm, Walker Art Gallery
A series of talks and tours.

SATURDAY 13 AUGUST
Gallery Tour with Deep Hedonia
2pm, Bluecoat

TALKS
SATURDAY 9 & SUNDAY 10 JULY
Liverpool Biennial 2016: Artists in
Conversation with Dominic Willsdon
1–5pm, Bluecoat

SUNDAY 10 JULY
Contemporary Painting in China
2pm, Walker Art Gallery
A panel discussion exploring John Moores
Painting Prize China.

TUESDAY 12 JULY
The Politics of Everyday Practice
6pm, Bluecoat, £4/£3
Dr Lucy Jackson explores how routine actions form communities, boundaries and identities.

SATURDAY 30 JULY
A New Chineseness
4–5.30pm, Bluecoat
Ying Tan in conversation with En Liang Khong.

CONVERSATIONS WITH ANCIENT GREECE
WEDNESDAY 13 JULY
Dr Mark Wright (FACT and LJMU) and
Francesco Manacorda (Tate Liverpool)
6.30pm, Tate Liverpool

TUESDAY 2 AUGUST
Dr Chrissy Partheni (National Museums
Liverpool) and Lauren Barnes (Tate Liverpool)
6.30pm, Tate Liverpool

WEDNESDAY 28 SEPTEMBER
Rosie Cooper (Liverpool Biennial) and
Sandeep Parmar (University of Liverpool)
6.30pm, Tate Liverpool

WEDNESDAY 3 AUGUST
Ranjit Hoskote in Conversation
with Sally Tallant
6.30pm, Bluecoat
The Mumbai-based poet, critic and curator will read his poetry and discuss his varied career across the arts.

TUESDAY 9 AUGUST
Juliana Spahr, Sean Bonney
and Ruby Robinson
6.30pm, Tate Liverpool
Join the radical poets for an evening of politically-charged poetry readings.

TUESDAY 27 SEPTEMBER
Dennis McNulty in Conversation with
Matthew de Abaitua
6pm, Bluecoat, £3/£2
De Abaitua’s recent novel If Then draws on the war diaries of Wirral-born science-fiction writer and philosopher Olaf Stapledon.

FRIDAY 14 OCTOBER
Sleeping Giants: Theories of Sleep in Art
and Philosophy from Ancient Greece to the
Present Night
6–8pm, Tate Liverpool
Alexi Penzin and Matthew Fuller consider sleep as a point of resistance towards late capitalism.