Tate Exchange Liverpool

Collaborate with artists, educators and other visitors

Opening times

Monday to Sunday 10.00–17.00

Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool L3 4BB

© Tate

Tate Exchange Liverpool is an open experiment; a space for an ongoing programme of events developed by artists, practitioners, and associates from Tate and beyond. It is a place where everyone is invited to collaborate, test ideas and discover new perspectives on life, through art.

We have worked with local universities and arts organisations to create a space within the gallery where you can drop in for a talk, enjoy a chance encounter with a pop-up work of art, watch a live performance, join in a workshop, and get involved with art in new and unexpected ways. 

The custom built space provides a comfortable and flexible place for you to get involved. It is located at the heart of Tate Liverpool’s collection display, Constellations: Highlights from the Nation’s Collection of Modern Art, on the first floor galleries amongst work by artists including, L.S Lowry, Pablo Picasso, Sarah Lucas and Camille Pissarro to inspire and encourage participants.

See our full upcoming events programme here, or catch up with what we’ve done at Tate Exchange Liverpool so far.

Tate Exchange Liverpool is part of Tate Exchange.

Join the conversation: @TateExchange #TateExchange 

Maintaining Control with Radio Anti and Andrea Franke. Photo © Roger Sinek

Maintaining Control with Radio Anti and Andrea Franke. Photo © Roger Sinek

The Alchemy Between Us with Laurence Payot. Photo © Robert Battersby

The Alchemy Between Us with Laurence Payot. Photo © Robert Battersby

Martial ART with Edge Hill University and Wirral Judo Club. Photo © Jessica Fairclough

Martial ART with Edge Hill University and Wirral Judo Club. Photo © Jessica Fairclough

Culture Shifts with Open Eye Gallery. Photo © Open Eye Gallery

Culture Shifts with Open Eye Gallery. Photo © Open Eye Gallery

Reading as Rhythm: A Sonic Exploration of the Visual Vocabulary of Control Magazine. Photo © Roger Sinek

Reading as Rhythm: A Sonic Exploration of the Visual Vocabulary of Control Magazine. Photo © Roger Sinek

Tate Exchange Liverpool Associates

Africa Oye, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, ARTEMOTION, Birmingham City University, City of Liverpool College, DaDa Fest, dot-art Schools, Edge Hill University, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool Pride, Mersey Care, Merseyside Youth Association, Museum of Homelessness, Next Stop New York, Novus, Open Eye Gallery, Project Artworks, Quad Collective, Sola Arts, The Royal Standard, The Windows Project, Theatre in the Rough Festival, University of Chester and University of Liverpool.

Admission information

Free to drop in

Opening times

Monday to Sunday 10.00–17.00

Tate Liverpool opens at 10.30 on the first Wednesday of every month owing to staff training. The gallery is closed 24–26 December, but open as usual on all other days of the year, including Bank Holidays, Good Friday and New Year’s Day.

Location

Tate Liverpool
Albert Dock
Liverpool Waterfront
Liverpool L3 4BB
Plan your visit

Related Events

Workshop

Banner Workshop with Liverpool Pride

21 Jul 2018, 22 Jul 2018

Join Liverpool Pride for a drop-in banner making workshop

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Until 22 Jul 2018

How can we produce equality?

Free entry
Workshop

Moving Objects

Daily, 23–29 Jul 2018

Why do we treasure objects?

Free entry

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