Visit Tate Liverpool for a celebratory evening of art created by local communities to mark the end of Our Liverpool Landscape: From Turner to Today.
Inspired by Tate Liverpools summer exhibition Turner Monet Twombly: Later Paintings, the project Our Liverpool Landscape aimed to re-connect local people with their parks and green spaces through a series of exciting public art products produced by artist Kerry Morrison.
Visit our Community Arts Showcase on our second floor to see how local communities have responded to the project through photographs, artworks, poetry and prose.
There will also be an opportunity to see film from Hope Streets Floating World project in the foyer, which premiered in August this year and was inspired by Turner Monet Twombly: Later Paintings.
Look out for a special appearance from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir, as they perform in arts venues around the city.
Make the most of your evening and enjoy our galleries until late, including the Tate collection display Thresholds, part of Liverpool Biennial 2012. The pavilion housing Sky Arts Ignition: Doug Aitken – The Source will also be open next to Tate Liverpool in Mermaid Court. Discover the pavilion at night as it takes on a new life, when its internal projections become visible on the outside walls of the structure.