Artists and photographers invited to enter Warrington’s annual contemporary arts competition

Artists and photographers invited to enter Warrington’s annual contemporary arts competition Artists and photographers are being invited to enter this year’s Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival...

Fascinating town brewery exhibition also offers support for addiction and misuse

Fascinating town brewery exhibition also offers support for addiction and misuse  A fascinating exhibition on Warrington’s brewing history also offers support and inspiration for those...

Ink and blood: Stories of abolition, special exhibition for 10 years...

Ink and blood: Stories of abolition opens Special exhibition for 10 years of the International Slavery Museum The International Slavery Museum in Liverpool is revealing the...

Celebrate heritage, creators and community with The Reader and Independent Liverpool

Celebrate heritage, creators and community with The Reader and Independent Liverpool Announcing The Reader’s Courtyard Fair in partnership with Independent Liverpool, Calderstones Park, Saturday 9 September...

Metal & Sabina Sallis present The Garden of Resistance

The Garden of Resistance, The New Matrix and the Time to Come! event is a part of Sabina Sallis’ work and research undertaken during Connect/Exchange residency, hosted by...

Merseyside Maritime Museum reveals 500 years of Black British seafaring

Merseyside Maritime Museum reveals 500 years of Black British seafaring Black Salt: Britain’s Black Sailors reveals the contribution Black seafarers have made to some of...

Liverpool Gift Gallery has brought local art to the heart of...

Situated in the heart of West Derby Village and selling a range of original art, prints, gifts and cards by local independent artisans, Liverpool...

Young people and families invited to make, do and learn ...

Young people and families invited to make, do and learn together this summer at FACT! This summer, leading media arts centre FACT (Foundation for Art...

40+ partners and 800 volunteers to join forces to transform North...

For the community, by the community 40+ partners and 800 volunteers to join forces to transform North West health and well-being with innovative Shared Reading...

New independent art retail experience has arrived at Albert Dock Liverpool

New independent art retail experience has arrived at Albert Dock Liverpool A new and exciting independent, art retail experience has arrived at Albert Dock Liverpool. Opening...

This weekend’s Liverpool Pride route confirmed

THIS WEEKEND’S LIVERPOOL PRIDE MARCH ROUTE CONFIRMED Liverpool Pride Festival returns this weekend (Saturday 29 July and Sunday 30 July), when the city is transformed into all things rainbow...

Panel of Industry Professionals announced for Liverpool Film Night 2017

Panel of Industry Professionals announced for Liverpool Film Night 2017 FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) has announced the panel of distinguished professionals participating...

Award-winning sculptor set to transform tree trunks into life-sized statues of...

Award-winning sculptor set to transform tree trunks into life-sized statues of the Fab Four at Liverpool’s Pier Head Village As part of the summer long...

Liverpool Book Art Fair a huge success with hundreds enjoying exhibits...

Liverpool Book Art Fair a huge success with hundreds enjoying exhibits and workshops THE FOURTH ANNUAL FREE ARTISTS' BOOK FAIR was a huge success earlier...

Young people’s thoughts made visible in exhibition by Turner Prize nominee...

A group of young people from Burnley have shared their hopes and dreams for the future, at the official launch of the exhibition called...

Royalty and celebrities feature in touring photography exhibition at Warrington gallery

Royalty and celebrities feature in touring photography exhibition at Warrington gallery An emotional image of Princess Diana, Prince William and Prince Harry, and a moody...

Tate Liverpool to mark 30th anniversary with Ken’s Show

2018 marks Tate Liverpool’s 30th anniversary. Since opening in 1988 one man has been a constant presence at the Albert Dock gallery: Art Handling Manager...

Abacus opens this week, at Bluecoat, curated especially for children

New exhibition opens at Bluecoat, Liverpool’s centre for the contemporary arts, curated especially for children. Abacus Friday 21 July – Sunday 01 October  Launch 4pm Thursday 20 July Featuring Simon & Tom...

Ten Streets Team to shape district’s future

TEN STREETS TEAM TO SHAPE DISTRICT’S FUTURE A specialist design team has been appointed to shape a new “creativity district” in Liverpool. Following a competitive tender...

This autumn Tate Liverpool will be showing works by Roy Lichtenstein

This autumn Tate Liverpool will be showing works by the renowned American pop artist Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997). ARTIST ROOMS: Roy Lichtenstein in Focus Tate Liverpool 22 September...

Galkoff’s and the Secret Life of Pembroke Place wins National Lottery funding

Galkoff’s and the Secret Life of Pembroke Place wins National Lottery funding Liverpool landmark, Galkoff’s Jewish butcher shop frontage, is to be preserved and protected with a...

Renowned fashion photographer to showcase new collection at Liverpool gallery

RENOWNED FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER AND CONTEMPORARY ARTIST TO SHOWCASE NEW COLLECTION AT LIVERPOOL GALLERY A celebrated fashion photographer and contemporary artist will be making an appearance...

Local celebration of Young Disabled talent returns this week for its...

LOCAL CELEBRATION OF YOUNG DISABLED TALENT RETURNS THIS WEEK FOR ITS FIFTEENTH YEAR Young DaDaFest develops young disabled and Deaf artists, aged between 12 and 30...

‘Young LAAF’ to showcase youth projects at Liverpool Arab Arts Festival

'Young LAAF' to showcase youth projects at Liverpool Arab Arts Festival Liverpool Arab Arts Festival (LAAF) - the UK’s biggest annual celebration of Arab arts...

Social Impact of the Arts In Liverpool

The Social Impact of the Arts in Liverpool 2015/16 report looks at 36 cultural organisations in the city which are funded through the city council’s...

10 years of International Slavery Museum

10 years of International Slavery Museum The International Slavery Museum in Liverpool is marking its 10th anniversary this year, after first opening its doors on 23...

Liverpool Book Art Fair gets its motor running with stunning exhibits

Liverpool Book Art Fair gets its motor running with stunning exhibits LIVERPOOL BOOK ART OPENS ITS DOORS THIS WEEKEND... LITERALLY. THE FOURTH ANNUAL FREE ARTISTS' FAIR...

Andrew Marr’s Strokes of Colour collection has just over half the...

The Corke Gallery in Liverpool is delighted to announce that the Andrew Marr exhibition – Strokes of Colour which includes 108 original oil paintings...

Metal look back in history to solve the urgent environmental issues...

EVENT- Future Station: Paléo Energétique Wednesday 19 July 2017 18:00 – 20:30 Metal, Edge Hill Station, L7 6ND Metal look back in history with Paris based organisation, Paléo...

The New Observatory transforms FACT into an observatory for the 21st...

The New Observatory transforms FACT into an observatory for the 21st century, bringing together an international group of artists exploring new and alternative modes...

Ark Sculpture exhibition announces more line up details

ARK SCULPTURE EXHIBITION ANNOUNCES MORE LINE UP DETAILS 7 July – 15 October 2017 ARK is a modern and contemporary sculpture exhibition of international importance.  This...

Liverpool Arab Arts Festival 2017 announces its full programme

1 WEEK TO GO - FULL PROGRAME OF EVENTS FOR LIVERPOOL ARAB ARTS FESTIVAL 2017 Liverpool Arab Arts Festival (LAAF) - the UK’s biggest annual...

The Reader to receive Arts Council funding as National Portfolio Organisation

The Reader to receive Arts Council funding as National Portfolio Organisation Yesterday, The Reader was announced as one of 183 new organisations to receive National...

MDI looses out on Arts Council England NPO funding

After 25 years of regular funding from Arts Council England, MDI has been unsuccessful in its application as an NPO for the next four...

Marvin Gaye Chetwynd’s musical production made with and for children visited...

Marvin Gaye Chetwynd’s musical production made with and for children visited Tate Modern for one performance only Turner Prize-nominated artist Marvin Gaye Chetwynd’s musical production Dogsy...

Arts Council England announces over £414 million funding in the North

Arts Council England announces over £414 million funding in the North Today, the Arts Council announces the 230 organisations in the North which will be...
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Arts Council England announce £38,363,716 of funding for Merseyside

Arts Council England announce £38,363,716 of funding for Merseyside In Merseyside Arts Council funding is increasing by 14% per year and will see a total...

Time running out to see work of ‘one to watch’ young...

Time running out to see work of ‘one to watch’ young painter, Louise Giovanelli, shortlisted for major art prize There are now just three weeks...

Groundbreaking visual arts exhibition, The Danger Tree, to feature at the...

Groundbreaking visual arts exhibition, The Danger Tree, to feature at the Pier Head Village this summer Scarlett Raven and Marc Marot’s latest exhibition, The Danger Tree,...

Culture Warrington welcome their first patron

Culture Warrington charity welcomes its first patron Culture Warrington is delighted to announce that they’ve welcomed on board their first ever patron. The charity - which...

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