Cancelled Tate Liverpool Workshop

Keith Haring Printmaking Course

Keith Haring, Untitled 1983 © Keith Haring Foundation

Explore themes of social justice through printmaking in this six-week course

This practical drawing and printmaking course will examine issues of social justice and transformation. Inspired by our Keith Haring exhibition, this is your chance to experiment with graffiti drawing and relief printmaking techniques.

Create your own bold and playful imagery which shares a political message. Explore the art of stencilling, stamping, lino-printing and risograph techniques to make your own activist alphabet book.

This six-week course takes place every Thursday from 10.30 - 16.00. It is led by printmaker Colette Whittington. No previous printmaking experience is necessary, all abilities are welcome.


Colette Whittington is a Liverpool based artist/ educator specialising in printmaking. She has been working and leading on Art Foundation Courses in the North West for over 20 years. Colette delivers workshops and Arts Council projects. As well as lecturing part-time at Wigan and Leigh College, Colette is also writing a book about printmaking and is working with Lime Arts as an artist in residence at Manchester Hospital Trust.

Tate Liverpool

Clore Studio

Royal Albert Dock Liverpool
Liverpool L3 4BB
Plan your visit


Every Thursday at 10.30–16.00

10 October – 21 November 2019