Tate Liverpool Course

Mobile Phone Storytelling Don McCullin

© Tate Liverpool (Rikard Österlund)

Make the most of your mobile. Create compelling short stories on your smartphone

Join this four-week practical course to explore portraiture and storytelling methods. Using a combination of photos, audio, infographics and subtitles, you will learn to create stories, all made on your smartphone. Join the discussion about self, family, gender, race, sexuality, age and community within the context of portraiture.

Take inspiration from the photos in our Don McCullin exhibition. McCullin's work captures the industrialised north of England, scenes of working-class life in the east end of London, Liverpool and other towns.

This course is for beginners or anyone wanting to explore digital art. No previous experience necessary.

Tate Liverpool

Hospitality room

Royal Albert Dock Liverpool
Liverpool L3 4BB
Plan your visit


Every Saturday at 10.30–13.30

13 June – 4 July 2020

Booking is not available for this event due to the disruption caused by coronavirus. We know this will be disappointing and we’re deeply sorry for the inconvenience caused. 

The safety of visitors and staff is always our first priority. We are following guidance from Public Health England. As things change, please check our FAQs for the latest updates.

Find out more

  • Artist

    Don McCullin

    born 1935
  • Photography

    Photography refers to the process or practice of creating a photograph – an image produced by the action of light …