Thu 1 Jan
Part of The Royal Albert Dock Living History Project a collaboration between Tate Liverpool, The Florrie and the Rotunda Community HUB, led by interference-art with contribution from Re-Dock.
Phil Gresty will be hosting a special local history class at TATE Liverpool on Thursday 4th April 2-4pm.
You are welcome to make your own way to the TATE but a FREE minibus will also be leaving from The Florrie at 1:20pm on the day.
This visit is totally FREE TO ATTEND and open to everyone.
During the visit you will have the chance to visit a special exhibition taking place in preparation for Royal Albert Dock Liverpool’s 175th birthday. The Remember/Imagine exhibition is telling the story of the docks through local people’s memories.
In all those years, from working dock to waterfront attraction, many people have been and gone. What if those walls could talk?
- Reflect on the dock’s past and imagine its future.
- Listen to Liverpool people’s stories and mark your memory on the timeline.
- Looking to tomorrow – what could be next for the docks?