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Still using the theme of ancient Greece,  our next exhibition takes place in Tate Liverpool’s Group Reception room.

The room is transformed into a museum and the objects displayed are the findings from a lost civilisation. 38 more words


Tate Liverpool is fully committed to challenging the ways in which art is presented to the public and how this can evolve through working in social contexts. 247 more words


The Grotesque, the Unnerving and the Beautiful

Why do we paint? Why do we need to paint when we have cameras? These were the questions that were central to the special exhibitions of Francis… 745 more words


Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms at Tate Liverpool, May 18 - September 18, 2016

“Francis Bacon (1909 – 1992), the Irish-born British figurative artist, is considered a major figure of 20th-century art. Many of his iconic works feature an architectural, ghost-like framing device around his subjects. 329 more words


keys to the city

My research conversations with GCSE and A level art students from Upton Hall School FCJ quickly revealed some in depth knowledge and engagement with the galleries and public art in the centre of Liverpool. 495 more words

Arts Council

a SLICE of creativity

St Ambrose Student Work

St Ambrose Commissioned Work

St Ambrose Student Work

When I first arrived at St Ambrose School in Salford, it was the day after attending a seminar at the… 495 more words

School Visit

Wrapped Up Warm

wrapped up warm
the lovers drink sake
floating blossoms

Little Onion

Paul Conneally – Tate Liverpool 2016

Paul Conneally