Since opening its doors in 1988, Tate Liverpool has consistently brought world-class art and artists to the city. Over the past three decades, it has established itself as one of the most visited modern and contemporary art galleries outside London, attracting an average of 600,000 visits a year.
As Tate Liverpool celebrates its 30th anniversary, we look back on some of the key moments in its history — its contribution to the city’s cultural life, ground-breaking exhibitions and displays, and an innovative approach to presenting and interpreting contemporary art.
This 5-week course runs on Tuesday mornings and is repeated again on Saturday mornings at the gallery.
Programmed in partnership with University of Liverpool Continuing Education, Centre for Lifelong Learning.