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School Tours + Workshops

  1. Come to FACT with your school and experience art in an unique way!

At FACT we mix our passions, using film, art and technology in a very creative way. Our current exhibition, You feel me_, presents artwork that needs to be experienced through all senses, and will challenge your students’ traditional understanding of what takes place in an art gallery.

For example:

  • Playing VR video games
  • Exploring the depths of Youtube
  • A VR experience created by groups of young people in Toxteth and Dingle
  • Learning about the future of language
  • Flying into space and discover new planets, flowers and animals in a beautifully drawn VR experience.

The students will become adventurers following a map, and they’ll be guided through its potential meanings and the artists’ ideas behind it.

On top of that we offer a free 45 minute workshop where students will learn about VR filmmaking and be able to create their own VR film inspired by the artwork. We’ll provide all the props, costumes and filming kit!

If you are interested in enhancing specific areas of the curriculum give us a shout and we’ll prepare a workshop that adapts to your needs.

If you are not able to come to FACT, we can look into bringing the workshop into your classroom (for free) as well, so let us know!

The tour + workshop visit is 1h 30m long.

We can adapt times to your needs.

Maximum 35 students per group.

If you have any other queries please email


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at FACT, 88 Wood street




Contact name:

Carlos Marfil

Contact email:

Type of offer:

Trip out of school Visit into school Training opportunity for young person Young people’s opportunity to make, create, compose, or perform Young people’s opportunity to visit, experience and participate in art or culture Young people’s opportunity to review art and culture

Key Stages:




Session length:




Nature of activity or art form:

Exhibition Festival / event Film / digital art Hands on Museums Theatre Tour Visual art ASD/other SEN-friendly Safeguarding in place for vulnerable young people e.g. Looked After Children

Subject or curriculum focus:

Art & design Drama English Gatsby benchmarks (skills for employment) Science Film Technology

Outcomes for children & young people:

Improved mental health and wellbeing Raised aspirations Raised attainment Social skills Future work: careers/employability skills Global/international learning

Venue accessibility:

Lift access
Wheelchair access
Information in large print
Assistance dogs welcome

Venue address:

88 Wood Street, Liverpool, UK