Tate Collective Liverpool meet regularly to plan and deliver activities and events for other young people aged 15 – 25 years, launching creative projects that engage with the Tate Collection and exhibitions at Tate Liverpool. Tate Collective works with local communities and cultural organisations to build a support network in the city for young people.
Tate Collective Liverpool is a part of Circuit, led by Tate and funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
How to get involved
Tate Collective Liverpool want to work with more young people who have the enthusiasm for creating projects and events to bring positive change and improve opportunities for young people in Liverpool. No art experience necessary, just drop in and say hi at the next meeting!
What’s been happening?
A weekend project exploring identity and politics through art, writing and performance.
Ed Bruce and local performance poets Kyle Kerr and Nicky Trad created a creative response to the Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots exhibtion using visual imagery, lyrics and beat making
An opportunity to meet new people, learn more about the art in the gallery, think about and share your own ideas, and have a lot of fun in these interactive workshops led by young people from Tate Collective Liverpool.
Hosted by Tate Collective Liverpool, Warhol After Dark was a one-off opportunity to view Transmitting Andy Warhol after gallery hours. Live performances by Modern Polymath, Beatrice Dillon and Kassem Mosse took place throughout the building.
Led by Tate Collective Liverpool, Blueprint Festival 2014 was a three day festival where visitors could experience surprising encounters with art installations, music, spoken word, dance, theatre and a parade of living sculptures.