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Tracey Emin’s bed travels to Tate Liverpool

Iconic art works will be lent to museums and galleries all over the UK giving audiences the chance to see some of Tate’s most...
Historic picture of Bluecoat

Bluecoat creates new jobs with £47k National Lottery funding

Bluecoat, Liverpool’s centre for the contemporary arts, is to make two new appointments after being awarded £47,346 by the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop a project charting its 300-year history.

Mersey River Festival looking shipshape for 2016

LIVERPOOL’S popular maritime festival is returning with brand new additions to the line-up. The International Mersey River Festival in partnership with Kier Group returns for the fifth consecutive year on Friday 3 to Sunday 5 June 2016.

Origins of Bed-In for Peace bedspread confirmed

Origins of Bed-In for Peace bedspread confirmed The origins of one of the world’s most symbolic bedspreads has, for the last 40 years, been affiliated...

Orwell’s Dystopian Classic Heads to the Stage at the Capstone Theatre

Sell a Door Theatre Company is set to return to Liverpool’s Capstone Theatre with an exciting new performance of George Orwell’s definitive classic, 1984. Matthew Dunster’s faithful adaptation of George...
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Liverpool: City of Producers

This film was produced as much to celebrate everything that is already happening, as much as to promote new ideas bringing themselves to the end of the M62.

MDI Launch Kickstarter for LEAP 2017

LEAP is MDI's festival of world class dance presented in Liverpool. 2017 is the 25th anniversary.  MDI (Merseyside Dance Initiative) is a charity and one...

LIVERPOOL will mark Holocaust Memorial Day this week with an exhibition...

LIVERPOOL will mark Holocaust Memorial Day this week with a series of events including an exhibition, wreath laying and a service. The theme for this...

Science Meets Art meets Commuters at Crewe Station

Science Meets Art meets Commuters at Crewe Station Cheshire East’s inspiring and creative SHIFT programme – full of hands-on and innovative activities to do, see, create and...

Thousands flock to sunny Sefton Park for Africa Oyé’s 25th anniversary

Thousands flock to sunny Sefton Park for Africa Oyé's 25th anniversary Africa Oyé broke its attendance records over the weekend with an incredible anniversary festival that...

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...

Bluecoat launch online fundraising auction, featuring works by Jeremy Deller, Yoko...

Bluecoat online fundraising art auction to include works by Yoko Ono, Adrian Henri, Sonia Boyce and Jeremy Deller Bluecoat is to launch a two-week online art...

Warrington Museum secures funding to bring important pieces from the Walker

Warrington Museum secures funding to bring important pieces from the Walker Warrington Museum has been awarded a grant to help it bring three key works...

Liverpool Mental Health Consortium hail 2018 Mad Pride event as best...

Liverpool Mental Health Consortium hail 2018 Mad Pride event as best yet Last Saturday’s free Mad Pride event, organised by Liverpool Mental Health Consortium, has been...

Model of International Garden Festival

Photo of Garden Festival scale model by Sam Meech I never knew there was a model of the Liverpool International Garden Festival which took place...
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PRODUCT – Liverpool based Art and Record label, Website Launched

A label exploring the physicality of performance and experience, the artefact, consumerism, celebrity, documentation and collecting whilst navigating financial disaster.
Installation of Pre-Raphaelites Beauty and Rebellion at the Walker Art Gallery. Photo Gareth Jones

Pre-Raphaelite beauty stars in first public display at The Walker

The Salutation of Beatrice (1881/2) by Dante Gabrielle Rossetti represents a familiar theme to the artist. His muse Jane Morris is cast as Beatrice Portinari, the subject of medieval poet Dante Alighieri’s unrequited love.
Super Rat by Faith Bebbington, Liverpool

4 Metre ‘Super Rat’ Appears in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle

Liverpool artist Faith Bebbington has created an exciting new ‘Super Rat’ sculpture which re-uses over 200 plastic milk bottles and measures over 4 metres long from nose to tail! Catch a glimpse of the pop-up sculpture in the Baltic Triangle (Jamaica St / New Bird St) , Liverpool from Easter weekend onwards.

Bluecoat Appoint New Head of Development

Bluecoat, Liverpool’s centre for the contemporary arts, has appointed Andrew Evans as Head of Development. An experienced fundraiser, Andrew’s remit includes securing funding from a wide range of sources to ensure that the organisation remains free and accessible for all.

Art Work of The Week: Table with sand and models 2012...

  The fabric of Richard Whitby’s work appears to be on the verge of collapsing, ‘degenerating’ into its constituent parts – “When you look at...

Panel of Industry Experts revealed for Liverpool Film Night 2016 at...

FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) is pleased to announce the panel of industry experts participating in Liverpool Film Night 2016

The British Music Experience Announces Recruitment Day

THE BRITISH MUSIC EXPERIENCE ANNOUNCES RECRUITMENT DAY New Liverpool Museum to audition 40 posts on 10 December 2016 The British Music Experience has announced a recruitment...

Liverpool’s biennial International Photography Festival, LOOK/17, twins Liverpool with Hong Kong

Liverpool's biennial International Photography Festival, LOOK/17, twins Liverpool with Hong Kong 7th April - 14th May 2017 Cities of Exchange: Liverpool/ Hong Kong LOOK/17, Liverpool’s biennial International...

Next Step for Ten Streets Scheme

NEXT STEP FOR TEN STREETS SCHEME A KEY step in creating a new “creativity district” in Liverpool takes place later this week. Liverpool city council’s Cabinet...

HRH The Earl of Wessex visits Bluecoat to mark its 300th...

HRH The Earl of Wessex KG KCVO (The Prince Edward) visits Liverpool arts centre to mark its 300th anniversary HRH, The Earl of Wessex attended...

Warrington arts festival winners unveil prize exhibitions at town’s top galleries

Warrington arts festival winners unveil prize exhibitions at town’s top galleries The winners of last year’s Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival Open competitions have unveiled the...

Mary Reid Kelly & Patrick Kelly open first UK solo show...

Tate Liverpool presents the first museum solo exhibition in the UK of Mary Reid Kelley (b.1979, USA) and Patrick Kelley (b.1969, USA). Known for...

Maria Balshaw Appointed New Director of Tate

MARIA BALSHAW APPOINTED NEW DIRECTOR OF TATE Tate have announced what we all expected, Maria Balshaw has been appointed Director of Tate. Without a doubt,...
'Make Something Happen' at Well Space. Photo by Tony Knox

Liverpool Artists Network is Born

Liverpool Artists Network would like to invite all artists, arts organisations, art venues, collectives and groups to join its mailing list and forum.

Liverpool Hope University and FACT announce first Production Residency for Students

Liverpool Hope University and FACT are launching a new Graduate Production Residency. The award is the first graduate residency between FACT and Liverpool Hope University and...

Olympic torch to light up Liverpool

Olympic torch to light up Liverpool ·       Liverpool selected to host the Olympic Flame ·       Iconic torch will arrive in city on Friday 1 June 2012 ·      ...

WW1 Stories to Transform Liverpool’s Lyceum Building

The giant commemorative artwork is to animate The Lyceum, a Grade II* listed building on Bold Street, which for many years was a post office and is currently vacant. Designed by The Sound Agents: John Campbell and Moira Kenny, the installation will see five 14m high panels fixed between the building’s Doric columns.

Winner of FACT+Liverpool Hope Production Residency Award announced

FACT is pleased to announce Fine Art student from Liverpool Hope University Amy Worsley as this year’s winner of the Graduate Production Residency Award between FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) and Liverpool Hope University.

Liverpool Pride: City’s Iconic Buildings set to come out of the...

Some of Liverpool’s most iconic buildings and venues will be lit up in the colours of the iconic Rainbow Flag as part of Liverpool Pride 2016.

Winter Arts Market moves to Liverpool Cathedral

Winter Arts Market moves to Liverpool Cathedral Over 200 contemporary artists, designers & makers selling work at Liverpool Cathedral on 3 December 2016 Winter Arts Market Liverpool...
Liverpool Arab Arts Festival 2017

Liverpool Arab Arts Festival wins Big Lottery Funding to hold a...

Liverpool Arab Arts Festival wins Big Lottery Funding to hold a public celebration of Eid One-day event set for 8th July 2017. Liverpool Arab Arts Festival  (LAAF) will...

Installation challenging stigma of mental health, at The Open Door Centre...

Merseyside art installation challenging stigma of mental health, at The Open Door Centre in Wallasey An interatctive art installation aimed at breaking the stigma surrounding...

Bluecoat continues 300th anniversary celebrations with University of Liverpool

Bluecoat continues 300th anniversary celebrations with handover of historic architecture plans to University of Liverpool. On Saturday 22 April, Bluecoat and the University of Liverpool...

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...

Metal shortlisted to win £10,000 through the M&S Energy Fund

Metal have been shortlisted to win £10,000 through the M&S Energy Fund – and need your votes to help secure it! Vote for Edge Hill Station...

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