Who Wants to Live Forever
Telling the incredible story of Henrietta Lacks through art, science, storytelling and documentation.
This residency examined the lived experiences of refugees on the Balkan Migration Route.
Illustrating Futures is an ongoing collaboration between the University of Liverpool and Comics Youth.
Tearing Up The Past
Tearing Up the Past focuses on conflict and artistic resistance in Latin America. Collage and photo montage are ways to express a political dispute or to combat those who attempt to cover up traumatic events.
Room For Improvement
Stretch yourself physically, mentally and creatively in our Room for Improvement, explore the world of wellbeing and enjoy the unique opportunity to exercise in the art gallery.
Transits and Transformations
Reflections on higher education and the impact it has on transforming lives, especially for those who come to learning later in life.
Book of the Dead
The work of established artists interpreted by Egyptology experts, providing an insight into the beliefs of an ancient people.
Visions of the Future
Imagining a vision of the future using materials from the University’s Special Collections and Archives.
Thinking is Seeing
Exploring the connections between different paintings in the same way as ancient astronomers looked at stars and found links and relationships between them.
Made From Light
A series of creative workshops and talks exploring the art, science and the history of renewable energy, which has been around longer than you may think.
Tate Architecture Studio
Using the early concept drawings for the design of the gallery, Liverpool School of Architecture’s students explored Tate Liverpool’s architecture.
Portraying a Nation
World War photographs and paintings developed into educational activities through a ‘teach the teacher’ project.
Knowledge Is Power
This residency from Zhuozhang Li included workshops, talks, performance and exhibitions, all focusing on the relation between individual and city, history and memory.
Staff and Students Benefits
University Staff and Students are entitled to free entry to all paid exhibitions at Tate Liverpool, Tate Britain and Tate Modern; plus 10% discount in the Tate Liverpool Shop and 20% discount at the Tate Liverpool Cafe.*
Due to additional safety measures in place, you will need to pre-book a ticket online for entry to all Tate shows. Book using your university email address to claim your free ticket.
* Staff and Students must present a valid University of Liverpool Staff or Student ID Card when visiting Tate Liverpool, Tate Britain and Tate Modern.
For more information about University staff and student opportunities please contact Hannah Schumann, Research Partnerships Marketing Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.