Venue: Tate Liverpool
Dates: 06/05/19 - 12/05/19
Times: 10:00 - 17:30
What Is Your Stance
by Art History and Curating students and staff from Manchester Metropolitan University
What Is Your Stance? is an open social space with workshops and drop-in activities.
What Is Your Stance? engages with artworks on display at Tate Liverpool and asks: How can art inspire change in our everyday lives? and How can art help us understand who we are?
Drop in to the space and play Find Your Stance, a game designed to spark conversations and personal reflection. What is important to you? What would you like to change? Share your ideas and become part of this evolving social map.
Everyday at 2PM- from the 7th until the 11th of May – we have invited a range of speakers to take part in a series of workshops, activities and conversations all exploring how art and creativity can inspire change in our everyday lives.
Our gallery map links some of the artworks on display to aspects of our everyday lives, offering new ways to think about how art connects to and invites us to consider our own personal stances.
Follow us on Instagram @whatisyourstance and Twitter @whatisurstance and share your experience on social media with #whatisyourstance.
What Is Your Stance? has been developed by BA(Hons) Art History and Curating students and staff from Manchester Metropolitan University.