Come along and make art with the weather and nature this February half term!
Divide the light and make a rainbow, draw your own pictures and transform them with rain, or make a sculpture that shows how wind moves! Join our free family workshops in our Learning Space this half term. Take your creations home with you to continue your experiments outside or add to our collective wind sculpture.
Share your experience with us on social media using @tateliverpool and #TLfamilies.
This activity is inspired by artists in the Tate Collection who invite the weather into their creative process. Some examples include David Medalla’s giant bubble machine, Olafur Eliasson’s giant sun inside of Tate Modern and Jessica Warboys’ Sea Painting made with the waves around Tate St. Ives.
Please note these artworks are not currently on display at Tate Liverpool. The sun, waves that paint and bubble machine are in the Tate Collection.