Practical information

  • Dates and times: Term-times
  • Venue: Tate Liverpool
  • Audience: Key stages 4 and 5

About the study day

Study days support the development of research and analysis skills, critical engagement, the ability to make links to personal practice and evaluate work produced. Led by a practising artist, these days are an invaluable way to encourage your students to think creatively and independently and explore ways of extending their own practice.

Study Day for Schools and Colleges: Strange Dreams and Funny Creatures – Writing the Surreal

Monday 23 March 2015, 10.00–16.00
Free

Tate Liverpool in collaboration with Edge Hill University are offering this unique and exciting day for BTEC, AS and A2 English Language, Literature, Creative Writing and Art and Design students.

Delivered by visual artists and literature and creative writing specialists, the day will explore the Tate Liverpool exhibition Leonora Carrington, drawing out the crossovers between her painting and writing and developing strategies and techniques for students’ own practice and wider reading research.

Maximum 5 students per school or college
Booking essential 0151 702 7400

Book a study day

For further details, contact Deborah Riding, Programme Manager for Schools and Families, on +44(0)151 702 7452, or use our booking form to book a study day.