As part of Four Corners 09, hundreds of people in Liverpool’s five neighbourhoods have been exploring the question ‘What makes a neighbourhood?’.
Within the theme of Liverpool’s Year of the Environment, they created arts projects with cultural organisations Arts in Regeneration, the Bluecoat, Encounters, ICDC, and Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse
At the Bluecoat, find the highlights of this collective creativity and share the stories of participants’ relationships with where they live, the natural world and each other.
Enjoy an exhibition, performances, one off events, workshops, films and food, and discover ways to reduce your own carbon footprint.
Four Corners 09 is produced by Culture Liverpool.
Daily, 10.00am – 6.00pm
Enjoy an interactive exhibition telling the stories of the Four Corners 09 projects; scarecrows, adopting plots, podcasts, picnics, performances and urban legends.
Fri 24 July, 7.00pm & Sat 25 July, 3.00pm
In a unique performance, 18 Liverpool residents mix soil, plant and produce, stories, ideas and objects from their own corners of the city.
The Age of Stupid and World Café
Film and Discussion
Tue 28 July, 6.30pm
In The Age of Stupid, see Pete Postlethwaite look back from 2055 and ask why didn’t we do something about climate change while we could? Followed by an informal discussion facilitated by World Café.
Sat 25 & Sun 26 July, 12.00 – 5.00pm
Take part in practical living workshops and fmaily freindly Explore activities, meet Dr Carbon and the Eco Fool and come along and swap items at the Swap Shop.