New work by LaBeouf, Rönkkö & Turner in FACT exhibition in December 2015 exploring our lives lived online!

Pupils from three Liverpool schools have worked together with award-winning designers Studio Hato to create a new permanent artwork for the playground of Childwall Sports & Science Academy.

dot-art has new evening and weekend courses for adults starting in city centre locations, in a variety of creative subjects from Oil Painting to Life Drawing and Jewellery Making to Building Your Own Camera.

The Well Space is housed in a long-standing open plan warehouse, our purpose is to add to the uniqueness of the space by forming a creative space/gallery, based around a café, offering refreshments and free WIFI.

SHORTLIST OF FOUR ANNOUNCED FOR THE 2016 LEVER PRIZE FOUR cultural organisations from across the North West have been shortlisted for the prestigious Lever Prize...

A series of public events this September will open a window on the work of homeless and vulnerably housed artists in the city as part of Art in Crisis.

After a year away, the city’s biggest celebration of Merseyside's new film talent returns to FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) on 17 November to celebrate its 10th anniversary!

Celebrate the 300th anniversary of Liverpool's revolutionary Old Dock - the world's first commercial enclosed wet dock.

Liverpool 8 spoken word artists celebrate iconic Granby Four Streets on film and online as part of L8 Unseen.

The Bombed Out Church - St Luke's in Liverpool is closing after 29 August 2015 for planned 3 months essential maintenance work. What happens next us up to you.

The Sefton Coast Landscape Partnership’s commission brief is to create a series of six sculptures at key points along the Sefton Coastal Path, designed jointly by the artists and the local community.

We are delighted to announce that Art in Liverpool is again supporting the Buy Art Fair and Manchester Contemporary as cultural partners.

Abandon Normal Devices (AND) is a dynamic festival of ground-breaking art, digital culture and new cinema, taking place in Grizedale Forest between Friday 18 - Sunday 20 September 2015.

Liverpool through One Million Eyes (LTOME) is a growing digital inclusion photography exhibition inspiring residents and tourists to celebrate Liverpool by showcasing their photographic moments online.

From 25 September to 6 December 2015, the Museum of Liverpool will host an exhibition of works by some of the biggest names in art and design, curated by photographer Rankin.

NORTH is a new initiative which aims to showcase and develop contemporary art in the North of England whilst provoking critical debate on the future artistic production in the region.

Deadline: Tuesday 1 September 2015. Win fantastic prizes with Liverpool Cathedral’s Photo Competition

Assemble will be working with Metal over the next three months to develop the Granby Workshop project, a new social enterprise in Granby.

A diverse collection of the finest cutting edge jazz, contemporary dance, gripping theatre, and film classics plus the return of the Cornerstone Arts Festival.

With performances at Stanley and Sefton Park bandstands, featuring choirs, dance groups, acoustic acts, electronica, rock, folk and much more.

Liverpool’s grassroots celebration, Above the Beaten Track returns to the Bluecoat for its eighth year this coming September.

Friday 9 - Sunday 11 October, free to attend. The Singh Twins Amrit and Rabindra will open the exhibition.

Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival returns for 2015, and Culture Warrington is delighted to announce this year’s festival is in partnership with NORTH.

Thursday 6 - Saturday 8 August 2015 at Pier Head. Free. Liverpool’s vibrant and diverse world culture will be celebrated as part of the new three-day Liverpool Loves festival.

From skydives to marathon bike rides, staff and supporters are doing great things to raise money for projects at FACT

From November 2015 - January 2016, the iconic poppy sculpture which attracted millions of people to the Tower of London in 2014 will be displayed outside the stunning St George's Hall.

The 6GINS project space is within the new studio studios at The Royal Standard.

If you should happen to be in Nottingham this week... FINAL WEEK SYSON PROJECT SPACE 9 Beck Street Nottingham NG1 1EQ Open Wednesday - Friday by appointment: 07919155429 Crammed within the...

Liverpool Pride returns to the city this weekend for its sixth consecutive year and as ever commences with the colourful and vibrant Liverpool Pride March...

Great figures of twentieth century art – Bacon, O’Keeffe, Rauschenberg, Nash – among highlights of Tate’s 2016 exhibition programme. Tate Liverpool features shows 'An Imagined...

Warrington Museum and Art Gallery is one of 20 organisations that have been selected to take part in this intensive strategic change programme

Saturday 1 August 2015 from 10.30 - Liverpool Pride will commence with an extended muster time on St George’s Plateau with a programme of entertainment and speakers.

Artist creates public art commission with Liverpool young people and adults with learning disabilities for new exhibition

Granby Workshop is a new social enterprise in L8 making products for homes. It aims to support and propogate the local culture of making,...

Liverpool Pride is proud to announce the Incredible Moving Picturehouse is driving into the city on Saturday 1 August 2015 as part of the official Pride programme.

Liverpool-based artist, Imogen Stidworthy (winner of the 2008 Liverpool Art Prize) has an installation, The Work, at the Imperial War Museum

The main carnival day on Saturday 18 July 2015 from 20.00 will see a huge samba carnival parade travel through the city centre, filling the streets with colour, music and fun.

World Museum has joined forces with the European Space Agency’s first British astronaut, Tim Peake, to provide children with an opportunity to learn about human space flight and follow life on the International Space Station.

Buy Art Fair, the North’s leading art fair, returns refreshed and revitalised to Old Granada Studios 24-27 September 2015.

Festival of Archaeology 2015: A two-week celebration of everything archaeological across the UK More than 1,000 archaeology-related events will be taking place across the country between...