Tate Liverpool Course

Painting Inspired by Women Artists led by Maria Tavares

Margaret Harrison, ‘Homeworkers’ 1977
Margaret Harrison, Homeworkers 1977. Tate. © Margaret F. Harrison

Learn about women artists currently on display

Using the gallery as a learning resource, this course discovers and explores women artists; encouraging students to create their own masterpiece inspired by their work. Learners will explore painting techniques, including texture, light and shade, colour, composition, and perspective. 

Women artists have been marginalised and misrepresented throughout history. This has often been due to socio-political mores of the given era. Through practical workshops and group discussion, students will examine the issues that lie behind this marginalization. 

Led by Maria Tavares, Artist Educator, this 10 week course will explore the history of women in art. Through a series of practical hands-on exercises, students will learn painting techniques using acrylic paint, as well as having the opportunity to study Tate’s collection of work by women artists. 

Programmed in association with the Workers’ Educational Association

Tate Liverpool

Albert Dock
Liverpool Waterfront
Liverpool L3 4BB
Plan your visit

Dates

Every Wednesday at 10.00–12.00

27 September – 13 December 2017