Tate Liverpool: Events Programme, June 2016

Tate Liverpool: Events Programme, June 2016 Tate Liverpool: Events Programme, June 2016


Venue: Tate Liverpool
Dates: 02/06/2016 - 30/06/2016
Times: 10:00 - 17:00


ADULT EVENTS PROGRAMME

Visitors are invited to take part in Tate Liverpool’s adult events programme with a variety of talks, workshops, discussions and courses on offer. These events are programmed in parallel with the current special exhibitions and collection displays at Tate Liverpool.

ONGOING

DAILY TALKS AT TATE LIVERPOOL
Every day

13.10, 13.30, 13.50 and 14.10

FREE (No booking required)

Visitors can join free daily talks to get an introduction to key artworks on display at Tate Liverpool. These talks are designed for individuals and small groups and visitors are advised to look out for signs in the gallery for times. Groups of over 10 people can register their visit and book a tour separately.

FRANCIS BACON GUIDED TOUR

Daily until Sunday 18 September 2016

12.00 – 13.00

£5 (Exhibition ticket also required. Advanced booking recommended)

Visitors are invited to join one of Tate Liverpool’s experienced guides for an hour long tour around Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms. The tour will provide a greater insight and meaning to the exhibition and will give visitors the opportunity to learn more about one of Britain’s greatest modern painters. These tours are designed for individuals and small groups. Groups of over 10 people can register their visit and book a tour separately.

To book onto this event please visit www.tate.org.uk/liverpool

JUNE 2016

MARIA LASSNIG FILM SCREENING AND DISCUSSION

Wednesday 8 June 2016

18.30 – 20.30 at Small Cinema Liverpool

FREE (Advanced booking recommended)

Visitors are invited to enjoy a special screening of animated films made in the 1970s by Maria Lassnig when she was part of Women/Artist/Filmmakers, Inc. in New York. The screening will take place at Small Cinema Liverpool, and the films will explore the themes of female representation, perception and the body’s relationship with machines. Following the screening will be a discussion between Dr James Boaden, Lecturer in History of Art at the University of York, author of the essay The Optical Age? Maria Lassnig and American Experimental Film from the exhibition catalogue, and Sally Tallant, Liverpool Biennial Director.

This event will take place at Small Cinema, 57-59 Victoria Street, Liverpool, L1 6DE. For further information and to book please visit www.liverpoolsmallcinema.org.uk/

CURATOR’S TOUR: FRANCIS BACON: INVISIBLE ROOMS AND MARIA LASSNIG

Thursday 9 June 2016

18.30 – 19.30

£5 (Exhibition ticket also required. Advanced booking recommended)

Visitors are invited to enjoy a tour of Tate Liverpool’s summer exhibitions Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms and Maria Lassnig. The tour will be led by Lauren Barnes, Assistant Curator at Tate Liverpool who will be discussing the thinking behind the shows and drawing out links between the two artists.

To book onto this event please visit www.tate.org.uk/liverpool

LJMU WRITERS’ WORKSHOP PRESENTS ROBERT MACFARLANE, TRAVEL WRITER

Thursday 16 June 2016

19.30 – 21.00

£12 (Concession £10. Price includes a complementary glass of wine. Advanced booking recommended)

Visitors are invited to join prize-winning travel writer Robert McFarlane for a reading and introduction to his latest works as he responds to Tate Liverpool’s summer exhibition Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms. McFarlane is the author of a series of best-selling books about landscape, nature and memory including Mountains of the Mind 2003, The Wild Places 2007, The Old Ways 2012 and Landmarks 2015. MacFarlane has collaborated with artists, musicians, photographers and conservationists on projects including a jazz opera staged in a former nuclear-weapons test site.

To book onto this event please visit www.tate.org.uk/liverpool

FRANCIS BACON STUDY DAY

Saturday 25 June 2016

10.30 – 16.30

£29.50 (Advanced booking recommended)

Visitors are invited to this one day course exploring the overall development of Francis Bacon’s work in relation to creative processes, imagery, techniques and artistic language. Led by Dr Judith Walsh, this study day will have a particular focus on Bacon’s approach to space and treatment of the human body. Participants will explore Tate Liverpool’s summer exhibition Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms and take part in gallery based discussions of the works on display.

To book and for further information please visit www.liv.ac.uk/conted/. In association with the Continuing Education Centre for Lifelong Learning, University of Liverpool.