I haven’t written for Art in Liverpool for a while and thought it would be good to write about my experience of creating my first art installation called ‘Money for Art’s Sake – dedicated to all the artists who volunteer [...]
Warrington-based Python Properties and Python Arts are celebrating after being crowned the best corporate responsibility partnership in Britain at the national Arts & Business Awards. The incredible accolade recognises the corporate strategy of property firm Python Properties to install and [...]Read more...
Tate Liverpool is 25 Friday 17 – Monday 27 May 2013 (closed Wednesday 22 May), 10.00-18.00 Wolfson Gallery Admission FREE The Art of Parties Friday 17 May 2013, 18.00 – 21.00 FREE – no booking required Melvin the Luckiest Monkey in [...]Read more...
LOOK/13, Liverpool’s International Photography Festival, opens 17 May. To kick off the launch party at Camp and Furnace will be a giant slideshow, featuring the best photographic work submitted in response to the title ‘Made in Liverpool’. The event is [...]Read more...
17 – 27 May 2013 Free The Gallery will be closed on 22 May Visit Tate Liverpool is 25, a special display celebrating Tate Liverpool’s 25th anniversary. Tate Liverpool is 25 features memorabilia from the gallery’s past, including exhibition posters presenting some of Tate Liverpool’s exhibition [...]Read more...
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With just a week left to catch FACT’s widely-acclaimed exhibition The Art of Pop Video, visitors have voted on the best of the clips on show. The Art of Pop Video exhibition features more 100 videos that tell the story [...]
Liverpool Arab Arts Festival and The Bluecoat are delighted to host the UK premiere of the groundbreaking film Papa Hedi – an arts documentary about a woman’s journey to find her Grandfather, bringing a family together across two cultures in a modern world. The film was [...]
Sparkling samba dancers from Liverpool Samba School, who this July will be at the forefront of the fun at Liverpool’s annual Brazilica festival, last weekend flew to Copenhagen to participate in the Danish capital’s famous Carnival, dancing in the giant [...]
The Not Just collective of artists who volunteered at the Biennial currently have an exhibition called Recurring in the Blade Factory section at Camp And Furnace: http://www.campandfurnace.com/ There are some really interesting works and it is well worth the visit. There [...]
Robert Jackson (www.robertjacksonart.co.uk) has recently opened a new studio with small gallery space at 40, Market Street in Central Birkenhead, very close to Hamilton Square. Usual opening hours: 13.00 – 17.00 Monday to Friday. Other times by arrangement. Robert is an [...]
Liverpool Art Prize organisers are honoured to announce that the 2013 Liverpool Art Prize ‘People’s Choice Award’ will be presented in fond memory of the Liverpool born artist, Joe Bampton. The Award, whose winner is announced at 18.00 on Wednesday 29 May is [...]
Homotopia, the UK’s leading queer arts and culture festival, is proud to announce it has secured Liverpool John Moores University as the major sponsor and partner for 2013. Homotopia Director Gary Everett explained how this partnership had come about: “This [...]
Tate Liverpool turns 25 this month, and what better way to celebrate than by starting our new ‘Spotlight’ feature with the ‘Tate of the North’. Opened in 1988, Tate Liverpool is housed in the Albert Dock on Liverpool’s waterfront. Originally [...]