Experience the gallery after hours with delicious street food in the café, live music from Liverpool Guitar Society, workshops and a special presentation of work by Tony Conrad (1940–2016).
Food served until 21:00, last orders at 20:45. Last orders at the bar 21:40.
Tate Collection gallery, first floor and Op Art in Focus, second floor are open until 21:00.
Pom Pom Pom (family friendly) 17:30 — 19:30
Create your own pom pom in the café to take away! You can wear it, hang it on a bag or simply play with it. Pom poms are fun, easy to make and suitable for all ages.
Mega Models! (family friendly) 18:00 — 20:00
Get involved in free creative workshops in the Clore Learning Studio. Taking inspiration from Ugo Rondinone’s colourful outdoor sculpture Liverpool Mountain, play with different materials to create your own balancing structures! Led by Debbie Goldsmith and suitable for all ages.
Tony Conrad 10 Years on the Infinite Plain 19:00 — 20:30
Head to the Wolfson Gallery for a special performance of Tony Conrad’s audio-visual meditation. Pairing hypnotic film loops with droning strings, this is a rare chance to see a pioneering work of minimalist cinema and sound. Tony Conrad (1940–2016) is a pivotal figure in contemporary culture. His multi-faceted contributions have influenced and redefined music, filmmaking, minimalism, performance, video and conceptual art.
Supported by the Estate of Tony Conrad, Greene Naftali, New York, Tate Americas Foundation and a grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.