Ryan Gander with Jamie Clark, Phoebe Edwards, Tianna Mehta, Maisie Williams and Joshua Yates, Time Moves Quickly, 2018. Photo: Pete Carr

At Liverpool Biennial we want every school pupil to have the opportunity to experience and engage with international art across Liverpool’s public spaces, galleries and museums between 14 July and 28 October 2018. There are loads of activities for schools taking place throughout term-time at Liverpool Biennial.

School Tours

Book onto one of the free school tours and workshops, taking place Monday to Friday at a number of our venues – Bluecoat, FACT, Open Eye Gallery, the Playhouse theatre, St George's Hall and Victoria Gallery & Museum – and get creative whilst exploring amazing contemporary art. Personalised visits with curators can also be organised for colleges and universities upon request, where possible.

To book a tour or find out more about our schools offer contact Kayt Hughes on kayth@biennial.com or 0151 709 7444.

Teachers and Educators

Liverpool Biennial will host a Teacher’s Private View on Wednesday 18 July, 5–8pm at Bluecoat, giving the opportunity for both teachers and educators to network, meet artists, find out more about the schools offer, digital learning resource and an exclusive curator-led tour of Liverpool Biennial exhibitions.

If you are a teacher and interested in speaking to us, contact Kayt Hughes on kayth@biennial.com or 0151 709 7444.

Digital Education Resources 

We have free, cross-curriculum digital education resources designed for teachers and pupils, designed in response to the Liverpool Biennial programme. The resources include activities, teacher’s notes and lesson plans, related to subjects for Key Stages 1–4. You can access our new resource for Liverpool Biennial 2018 here, which has been developed for teachers and pupils to use inside and outside the classroom.