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Tate Exchange Liverpool

27 November - 29 November 2016

#TateExchange   #CultureShifts

Open Eye Gallery is working across Merseyside on a new socially engaged photographic programme Culture Shifts. This Tate Exchange Liverpool event showcases the first collaborative project.

Liverpool based photographer Tadhg Devlin has been working in collaboration with the Dementia SURF (Service User Reference Forum) group, supported by Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust. The group has a strong track record as ambassadors for those living with early on set dementia. A number of the group have been working closely with Devlin to create Photo Stories which break the stigma associated with dementia, and reflect their lives as individuals, not as a condition.

At Tate Exchange Liverpool, Culture Shifts will showcase a series of photographic works and a creative newspaper. The newspaper acts as an artwork in its own right and as well as an alternative piece of interpretation about living with dementia and the individual stories of the SURF group members.

Culture Shifts will also host a series of events led by the SURF group as well as various guest speakers from the Arts, Health and Care sector. We aim to open up dialogue around Arts and Health and raise awareness around dementia in a creative and engaging way.

 

EVENTS

Sunday 27 November 2016 (Gallery open 10am-4pm)

A walk in my shoes
12pm-12.30pm &
2.30pm–3pm / Free / Booking required through Tate Liverpool
Meet the dementia network group SURF (The Liverpool Service User Reference Forum) members in Tate Exchange and join them for an alternative tour of Tate Liverpool. All ages are welcome to experience how people with dementia perceive the world around them.

Live musical performance by Paul Hitchmough
3.15pm-3.45pm / Free / Drop in

Paul Hitchmough is a musician who was diagnosed with early onset dementia a year ago, and is also a member of the dementia network group SURF. Join him in the gallery for a unique, live musical performance, where he will perform a song he wrote in response to his diagnosis – a  sort of ‘right back at you’ to the condition.

 

Monday 28 November 2016 (Gallery open 10am-4pm)
Arts and health critical discussion day

Photography portfolio critiques
11am–12pm / Free / Booking required through Tate Liverpool

Join photographer Tadhg Devlin and the team from Open Eye Gallery for a 15 minute portfolio critique session. Coinciding with the new socially engaged photographic programme, Culture Shifts, this is an opportunity to speak to industry professionals about your photography to seek development, support and feedback.
*Limited places available. Please contact Jessica Fairclough Jessica.Fairclough@tate.org.uk to book your place.

Tadhg Devlin in conversation: An artist panel discussion
1.30pm-3pm / Free / Booking required through Tate Liverpool

Join photographer Tadhg Devlin, Dr Sarah Butchard (Clinical Psychologist, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust), John Byrne (Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, LJMU) and Katherine Taylor (Research Assistant, MMU) for a round table discussion around the current arts and health agenda. What learning and experience has come from this particular project, and what role photography played in realising a new co-authored body of artwork?

 

Tuesday 29 November 2016 (Gallery open 10am-4pm)
Health & wellbeing day

A mindfulness and dementia talk
11am-12pm / Free / Drop in

SURF dementia network group member Roy will be giving a personal insight into mindfulness and Dementia.

What role does art play in health & wellbeing?
12pm
 – 1pm / Free / Booking required through Tate Liverpool (Sold Out)
Join psychologist, Dr Sarah Butchard from NHS Merseycare for an introduction to art in health and wellbeing following by a film screening. This talk will specifically look at innovative approaches to the arts and mental health, and how these can improve the quality of life.

Dealing with the difficult days
2pm–3.15pm  / Free / Booking required through Tate Liverpool

Join Alan Howells, dementia learning and development specialist, for an interactive workshop for people living with or affected by dementia. Find out practical advice on how people can live well with dementia. Get vital tips to support communication, relaxation and avoiding the isolation that some people affected by dementia can experience. National Dementia Care Awards recognises Alan Howells 35 years’ experience of supporting people living with dementia and their loved ones.

Aromatherapy hand massages
10am-11am & 3pm-4pm / Free / Drop in
There will also be drop in free aromatherapy hand massages on offer for the health and well being day on Tuesday 29 November 2016.

 

More information can be found on the Tate Exchange Liverpool website, here: www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-liverpool/tate-exchange-liverpool

*Please note, the exhibition and events take place at Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool, L3 4BB.

#TateExchange   #CultureShifts

Open Eye Gallery is working across Merseyside on a new socially engaged photographic programme Culture Shifts. This Tate Exchange Liverpool event showcases the first collaborative project.

Liverpool based photographer Tadhg Devlin has been working in collaboration with the Dementia SURF (Service User Reference Forum) group, supported by Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust. The group has a strong track record as ambassadors for those living with early on set dementia. A number of the group have been working closely with Devlin to create Photo Stories which break the stigma associated with dementia, and reflect their lives as individuals, not as a condition.

At Tate Exchange Liverpool, Culture Shifts will showcase a series of photographic works and a creative newspaper. The newspaper acts as an artwork in its own right and as well as an alternative piece of interpretation about living with dementia and the individual stories of the SURF group members.

Culture Shifts will also host a series of events led by the SURF group as well as various guest speakers from the Arts, Health and Care sector. We aim to open up dialogue around Arts and Health and raise awareness around dementia in a creative and engaging way.

 

EVENTS

Sunday 27 November 2016 (Gallery open 10am-4pm)

A walk in my shoes
12pm-12.30pm &
2.30pm–3pm / Free / Booking required through Tate Liverpool
Meet the dementia network group SURF (The Liverpool Service User Reference Forum) members in Tate Exchange and join them for an alternative tour of Tate Liverpool. All ages are welcome to experience how people with dementia perceive the world around them.

Live musical performance by Paul Hitchmough
3.15pm-3.45pm / Free / Drop in

Paul Hitchmough is a musician who was diagnosed with early onset dementia a year ago, and is also a member of the dementia network group SURF. Join him in the gallery for a unique, live musical performance, where he will perform a song he wrote in response to his diagnosis – a  sort of ‘right back at you’ to the condition.

 

Monday 28 November 2016 (Gallery open 10am-4pm)
Arts and health critical discussion day

Photography portfolio critiques
11am–12pm / Free / Booking required through Tate Liverpool

Join photographer Tadhg Devlin and the team from Open Eye Gallery for a 15 minute portfolio critique session. Coinciding with the new socially engaged photographic programme, Culture Shifts, this is an opportunity to speak to industry professionals about your photography to seek development, support and feedback.
*Limited places available. Please contact Jessica Fairclough Jessica.Fairclough@tate.org.uk to book your place.

Tadhg Devlin in conversation: An artist panel discussion
1.30pm-3pm / Free / Booking required through Tate Liverpool

Join photographer Tadhg Devlin, Dr Sarah Butchard (Clinical Psychologist, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust), John Byrne (Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, LJMU) and Katherine Taylor (Research Assistant, MMU) for a round table discussion around the current arts and health agenda. What learning and experience has come from this particular project, and what role photography played in realising a new co-authored body of artwork?

 

Tuesday 29 November 2016 (Gallery open 10am-4pm)
Health & wellbeing day

A mindfulness and dementia talk
11am-12pm / Free / Drop in

SURF dementia network group member Roy will be giving a personal insight into mindfulness and Dementia.

What role does art play in health & wellbeing?
12pm
 – 1pm / Free / Booking required through Tate Liverpool (Sold Out)
Join psychologist, Dr Sarah Butchard from NHS Merseycare for an introduction to art in health and wellbeing following by a film screening. This talk will specifically look at innovative approaches to the arts and mental health, and how these can improve the quality of life.

Dealing with the difficult days
2pm–3.15pm  / Free / Booking required through Tate Liverpool

Join Alan Howells, dementia learning and development specialist, for an interactive workshop for people living with or affected by dementia. Find out practical advice on how people can live well with dementia. Get vital tips to support communication, relaxation and avoiding the isolation that some people affected by dementia can experience. National Dementia Care Awards recognises Alan Howells 35 years’ experience of supporting people living with dementia and their loved ones.

Aromatherapy hand massages
10am-11am & 3pm-4pm / Free / Drop in
There will also be drop in free aromatherapy hand massages on offer for the health and well being day on Tuesday 29 November 2016.

 

More information can be found on the Tate Exchange Liverpool website, here: www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-liverpool/tate-exchange-liverpool

*Please note, the exhibition and events take place at Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool, L3 4BB.

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