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Could you be the next Warhol?

Budding artists are being invited to try their hand at creating an Andy Warhol-style masterpiece.
A series of free winter workshops are among the activities being organised by Tate Liverpool as part of the art gallery’s exhibition of the influential artist’s work.
Transmitting Andy Warhol opened last month and is the first solo showing of his work in the north of England. The exhibition has already been in demand and organisers are encouraging anyone who hasn’t visited it yet to view the 100-plus works before they leave the gallery on February 8.
Andrea Nixon, executive director of Tate Liverpool, said: “It’s a great opportunity to see a huge range of Warhol’s work and we’re thrilled to have brought a show of this importance to Liverpool at this time of year.
"I urge anyone that hasn’t been to see it to come and also enjoy the events programme; from talks and tours for adults to family workshops, there’s something for everyone.”
Warhol, who died in 1987, remains one of the most important and iconic artists of the Post War period and the central figure associated with pop art.
His ideas and artwork brought to life his belief that ‘art should be for everyone’ and the exhibition traces how his practice expanded into publishing, film, music and broadcasting.

The free workshops involve working with artist Harriet Hall to experiment with colour, light, sound, text and images to create a self-portrait. For more information on this and other events, which include question and answer sessions, talks and group tours, go to www.tate.org.uk/liverpool


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