World Museum Liverpool – —‘Following the Thread’ —

---‘Following the Thread’ ---21 - 27 June 2010Drop in workshop: Sunday 27 June 2010, 13.00 - 16.00The World Museum Liverpool is hosting a moving...

Charity Christmas Song by LIVERPOOL centre of the CREATIVE universe SUPERGROUP

To celebrate and archive the creative community that has surrounded the Kazimier since 2007 they created a mass collaboration and recorded a Christmas song 'This Is The Time' for a charity appeal in Nepal.

Liverpool Arabic Arts festival 2012 Mini Festival Listings

The Liverpool Arabic Arts Festival is back for another jam packed year COMEDY, DANCE & PERFORMANCE Funoon Al Jazeera Saturday 7th July 7.30pm, the Bluecoat £10/£8 Go...

The Narrators: Rooftop Artwork Heralds New Exhibition at Walker

A weather vane created by artist Chris Evans is a beacon for a new exhibition of contemporary and modern works from the Art Council Collection...

Lime Street regeneration approved by Court of Appeal

THE £39 million regeneration of Lime Street in Liverpool is set to go-ahead after the Court of Appeal comprehensively rejected a bid by SAVE Britain’s Heritage

Bluecoat and Iniva Present Major Keith Piper Exhibition

BLUECOAT AND INIVA PRESENT MAJOR KEITH PIPER EXHIBITION  EXHIBITION UNVEILS A NEW ARTS COUNCIL COLLECTION 70TH ANNIVERSARY COMMISSION This October, artist Keith Piper will return to Bluecoat,...

Walker Art Gallery to host major Victorian art exhibition in January

Walker Art Gallery to host major Victorian art exhibition in January Victorian Treasures - Walker Art Gallery - 27 Jan 2017 The impressive extent of National...

How can Liverpool’s next generation get a job in the city’s...

HOW CAN LIVERPOOL’S NEXT GENERATION GET A JOB IN THE CITY’S CREATIVE AND DIGITAL INDUSTRY? A Liverpool-based social enterprise that exists to nurture, develop and...

RIBA opens new national architecture centre, RIBA North, in Liverpool on...

RIBA opens new national architecture centre, RIBA North, in Liverpool on 17 June 2017 The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) opens a new national...

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...

Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival competition winners announced at packed launch

Arts festival competition winners announced at packed launch The winners of this year’s Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival (WCAF) Open competitions have been announced at a...

David Jacques Shortlisted for the Northern Art Prize

David Jacques who is one of the shortlisted artists exhibiting in the Liverpool Art Prize 2010 has also been shortlisted for the Northern Art...

Art in Liverpool Magazine is now available online

It comes down to this really: We started Art in Liverpool Magazine to tell people about the incredible visual art they had on their...

Artists to takeover one of the North West’s most beloved department...

Artists to takeover one of the North West’s most beloved department stores 165 years since George Henry Lees opened its doors in Liverpool, the building...

Art in Revolution: Liverpool 1911- NML needs your help!

Curator Charlotte Keenan researches paintings from the original 1911 exhibition National Museums Liverpool Blog - Art in Revolution: Liverpool 1911- we need your help!. It’s that time of...
Frances Disley, Still from 'Roll Fix Slip' 4, 2015. Photo courtesy of the artist

Liverpool Biennial Announces Programme to Develop Careers of Northern Artists

Liverpool Biennial, in partnership with New York based Independent Curators International (ICI) and Cactus Gallery have announced a major new initiative, which aims to support artists based in the North of England to develop their careers internationally.
Artist Impression of British Music Experience in the Cunard Building. Image courtesy BME

The British Music Experience Museum set to move to Liverpool

THE arrival of Britain’s only museum of popular music is one step closer as the lease and funding is set to be approved this week (Friday 18 March 2016). A report going to Cabinet proposes to enter in to a seven year lease with the British Music Experience (BME) which is set to open in the Cunard Building in the summer.
Dave Sinclair. Youth Training Scheme Protest, Liverpool, 25 April 1985 © Dave Sinclair

Liverpool Biennial Call Out For Participants of 1985 School Students Strike

School students strike of 1985 to be recreated for a new film as part of Liverpool Biennial 2016. Call out for those involved in the 1985 strike, their children, and students to take part in the recreation on Sunday 5 June 2016 at St. George’s Hall from 1pm

Port Sunlight Festival in Association with PG Tips is Booming

Village expecting 40,000 over two days Port Sunlight Village Trust is staging one of the biggest events in its history later this month, maintaining that...

Project finally solves mystery of who built Liverpool’s oldest city centre...

Built in the Queen Anne-style, Bluecoat has been in almost continuous use since 1717. It was founded as a charity school.

The Royal Standard have moved!

The Royal Standard have moved. Here's what they had to say We’re back! After a quiet period at The Royal Standard we can finally announce that...

Special Guest Stuart Milk to open LGBT Festival Hub at Museum...

SPECIAL GUEST STUART MILK OPENS LGBT FESTIVAL HUB OUTing the Past at Museum of Liverpool Stuart Milk, the global LGBT human rights activist and political speaker,...

Mold photographer, Peter Mearns, to feature in Look/17 International Photography Festival.

Mold photographer, Peter Mearns, to feature in Look/17 International Photography Festival. Mold based photographer Peter Mearns has had his work selected for a major...

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...

Not Quite Light beautifully captures reinvention of the Welsh Streets

Not Quite Light beautifully captures reinvention of the Welsh Streets Highlighting the heritage and transformation of hundreds of Victorian terraced properties in Toxteth, Liverpool is...

National award for Everyman & Playhouse’s artistic director Gemma Bodinetz

National award for Everyman & Playhouse’s artistic director Gemma Bodinetz The artistic director for the Everyman & Playhouse has won Best Director at the UK...

The Florrie Presents Liverpool City Region Community Arts and Music Awards...

The Florrie Presents Liverpool City Region Community Arts and Music Awards 2018  The Liverpool City Region Community Arts & Music Awards recognise the achievements and best...

Liverpool Biennial gets to work on Granby Resilience Garden

Liverpool Biennial gets to work on Granby Resilience Garden One of the most commonly raised challenges for artists and galleries is ‘What’s it got to...

What Do I Know? – Liverpool Arab Arts Festival 2018 (LAAF)...

What Do I Know? - Liverpool Arab Arts Festival 2018 (LAAF) reveals festival theme and full programme of events The UK’s biggest annual celebration of...

FACT Crowdfunding Campaign to Part-Fund Ryoichi Kurokawa Commission

FACT's very first crowdfunding campaign is to raise the final 10% of critically acclaimed visual artist and electronic composer Ryoichi Kurokawa’s new artwork which will be exhibited at FACT in Spring 2016.

Super September – Fundraising for FACT – Last Chance to Donate

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

FutureEverything 2016 festival highlights announced

FutureEverything, Manchester’s prestigious city-wide ‘festival as laboratory’ returns from Wednesday 30 March - Saturday 2 April 2016 with the theme ‘Less and More’. Combining a large scale cultural event – encompassing art, music and discussion – with new technology and playful social experiments.

dot-art Named SEN Arts and Cultural Champion 2015

The SEN Powerful Together Awards recognise the Liverpool City Region's most innovative social enterprises, for attributes such as creativity, growth and social advocacy.
Sea Odyssey Giants 2012. Photo c. artinliverpool

Eighteen for 18 – The Giants May Return to Liverpool in...

THE MAYOR of Liverpool has announced his ambitions to create a major year-long cultural programme to mark ten years since the city was European Capital of Culture. Joe Anderson has revealed that work is underway on Eighteen for 18 - a series of internationally significant events, exhibitions, seasons and performances
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Liverpool Biennial 2016

From Saturday 9 July to Sunday 16 October 2016 Liverpool Biennial once again takes over the city, with free exhibitions, performances and events by international artists presented across more than 20 locations.

Clair Le Couteur remixes Warrington Museum with photography sculpture

Clair Le Couteur remixes Warrington Museum with photography sculpture Visitors to Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival will be able to see Warrington Museum as never before...

40 Years of Open Eye Gallery: 1977-2017

40 YEARS OF OPEN EYE GALLERY: 1977-2017 Join us for an exciting year ahead as we launch our 40th birthday celebrations. Over this period, Open...
The Museum of Liverpool reopens to the public on Monday 20 February 2017

The Museum of Liverpool reopens to the public on Monday

The Museum of Liverpool reopens to the public on Monday 20 February in time for half-term school holidays. Families will once again be able to...

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