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From rural to radical, Tate Liverpool and the University of Liverpool re-evaluate the landscape.
The University of Liverpool has been a partner with Tate Liverpool since 2016. Our award-winning partnership has been particularly successful in inspiring participation from across the University’s collaborative projects enabling academics and students from a range of departments, including computer science, archaeology and linguistics, to enrich their research and to contribute to the cultural life of the city of Liverpool. Read more here.
Each year, the University supports a specific exhibition that features a broad theme that aligns with our areas of research activity. This year’s exhibition Radical Landscapes is open now and runs until 4 September 2022. This major exhibition showcases a century of landscape art revealing a never-before told social and cultural history of Britain through the themes of trespass, land use and the climate emergency. You can read the Liverpool Guild student review here.
To showcase our commitment to creating an environment where people can challenge preconceived ideas about culture, art and academia. We are exploring ‘Radical Landscapes’ in an innovative way by co-creating activities where staff and students get the opportunity to participate creatively and interactively through unique events, talks and tours for free*. This is an exciting opportunity to educate, collaborate and engage public audiences with our cutting-edge interdisciplinary research which ties in particularly well to our Climate Futures research theme.
Please see the University’s current projects page here.
Other research and public engagement activities are being produced by a wide range of Univeristy subject areas. Further details will be released over the coming weeks.
If you require further information about Tate Liverpool related activity please contact Hannah Schumann, Research Partnerships Marketing Manager.
University staff and students are entitled to free entry to all paid exhibitions at Tate Liverpool, Tate Britain and Tate Modern; plus 10% discount in the Tate Liverpool Shop and 20% discount at the Tate Liverpool Cafe.
Due to additional safety measures in place, you will need to pre-book a ticket online for entry to all Tate shows. You need to register / log-in as a ‘member’ and use your university email address to claim your free ticket.
Staff and students must present a valid University of Liverpool Staff or Student ID Card when visiting Tate Liverpool, Tate Britain and Tate Modern.
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