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Discover our packed programme of events, including artist performances, talks, tours, film screenings and family-friendly activities, for Liverpool Biennial 2018. 

21 July 2018Do Something Saturdays
Explore different elements of art-making, inspired by FACT’s Biennial exhibition.
28 July 2018Do Something Saturdays
Explore different elements of art-making, inspired by FACT’s Biennial exhibition.
04 August 2018Do Something Saturdays
Explore different elements of art-making, inspired by FACT’s Biennial exhibition.
07 August – 09 August 2018Prototype Summer Camp: Vlog like no-one is watching
FACT’s Prototype Camps offer young people a range of digital and creative skills.
11 August 2018Do Something Saturdays
Explore different elements of art-making, inspired by FACT’s Biennial exhibition.
18 August 2018Do Something Saturdays
Explore different elements of art-making, inspired by FACT’s Biennial exhibition.
25 August 2018Do Something Saturdays
Explore different elements of art-making, inspired by FACT’s Biennial exhibition.
01 September 2018Do Something Saturdays
Explore different elements of art-making, inspired by FACT’s Biennial exhibition.
08 September 2018Do Something Saturdays
Explore different elements of art-making, inspired by FACT’s Biennial exhibition.
11 September 2018​Beautiful World Reading and Discussion Group
How do we imagine or understand a ‘beautiful world’?
15 September 2018Do Something Saturdays
Explore different elements of art-making, inspired by FACT’s Biennial exhibition.
25 September 2018​Beautiful World Reading and Discussion Group
How do we imagine or understand a ‘beautiful world’?
30 September 2018Get Creative with Family Collective
Get creative with Tate’s Family Collective, try out hands-on activities and learn new techniques
09 October 2018​Beautiful World Reading and Discussion Group
How do we imagine or understand a ‘beautiful world’?
23 October 2018​Beautiful World Reading and Discussion Group
How do we imagine or understand a ‘beautiful world’?