Liverpool Art Prize…3 Weeks to go!

On Friday 9 May the Liverpool Art Prize will once again return to the city for its 7th successive year. Managed by Metal, the Art Prize celebrates and nurtures the...

World Wide Knit in Public Day – the Bluecoat

World Wide Knit in Public Day Date: Saturday, 13 June 2009 | 12:00pm - 5:00pm Location: the Bluecoat Ticket Prices: Free entry Purlesque Knit Boutique invites you to...

Meadow Installation in Everton Park

I'm Blue, You're Yellow In spring 2012 artist Rebecca Chesney was commissioned by Landlife with support from the Arts Council to realise the planting of two acres...

New artists added to Liverpool & Knowsley Book Art Exhibition

The Liverpool & Knowsley Book Art Exhibition is now open in Kirkby Gallery. Following the launch in Liverpool Central Library earlier this year, The Liverpool & Knowsley Book...

Paul Graham Wins Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2009:

From the book a shimmer of possibility, 2007 © Paul Graham/ Courtesy Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London The Photographers' Gallery | Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2009:. Paul...

The Big Draw 2007 starts Saturday

Local schoolchildren, Ben Sidebotham (age 7) and Imogen Hammerton (age 6) practise their drawing skills. The annual Big Draw 2007 starts on Saturday October 6....

Major sculpture by artist Paul Morrison is gifted to the Walker Art Gallery

Topocline Major sculpture by artist Paul Morrison is gifted to the Walker Art Gallery A beautiful and striking sculpture of a huge dandelion by Liverpool-born artist...

National Museums Liverpool’s exhibitions programme for 2017

National Museums Liverpool has announced its exhibition programme for 2017, across its eight museums and galleries. The year will not only include the openings of...

Ice Skating at St George’s Hall

The temporary ice rink in the great hall at St George's Hall opened this morning and we went along to see the Lord Mayor...

87-95 Dale Street – David Jacques ‘The Great Money Trick’

David Jacques ‘The Great Money Trick’ From 2 February 2011, displayed at 87-95, Dale Street Renowned artist David Jacques will kick-start the celebrations when he...

Ceri Hand Gallery Moving to London

A great shame and a loss to Liverpool, not only the gallery and interesting, challenging exhibitions but Ceri has been an influential part of...

Slavery Museum – Events October – December

International Slavery Museum (October - December 2009)The International Slavery Museum explores the historical and contemporary aspects of slavery. Discover stories of bravery and rebellion...

Pentagram picks up NML branding brief

Pentagram picks up National Museums Liverpool branding brief - North West Media News - How-Do. The high-profile brief to brand the £72m Museum of Liverpool,...

Threshold Launch Crowdfund Campaign For 2017 Festival

Threshold Launch Crowdfund Campaign For 2017 Festival Threshold 2017 Crowdfunder: http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/threshold2017 - - Ahead of their 7th annual festival of music and arts in Liverpool's Baltic Triangle,...

Photo Competition: Putting parks in the picture

Putting parks in the picture Competition will capture best images of city’s parks and green spaces Top photos will feature in Liverpool Parks 2012...

Homotopia 2007 – Opens November 1st

HOMOTOPIA Liverpool's Queer Culture Festival Thursday Nov 1st until Sunday Nov 19th 2007 Homotopia, now in its fourth year, in association with GaydarNation, will be presenting more...

Ed’s Place pops up at old George Henry Lee building this summer

Ed’s Place pops up at old George Henry Lee building this summer People will imagine how Liverpool city centre could be better for everyone People...

St George’s Hall – Panoramic

When we were in St George's Hall a while ago to see the 15,000 visitor to the tiled floor, Christian Smith took a 360...

Last chance to see The Art of Pop Video, as Audience Favourites Revealed

With just a week left to catch FACT’s widely-acclaimed exhibition The Art of Pop Video, visitors have voted on the best of the clips...

Unrest in Manchester

Unrest in Manchester - written by Tony Knox Photographs by Tony Knox Underlining problems for the culture in Manchester, there is speculation that the days of...

Royal Standard Sale – now many at Half Price!

WITH MANY HALF PRICE SAVINGS IN STORE, NOW'S THE BEST TIME TO BUY! 50% REDUCTION GUARANTEED ON ARTISTS  INCLUDING...

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...

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

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

Art Club May/June Update

The Not Just collective of artists who volunteered at the Biennial currently have an exhibition called Recurring in the Blade Factory section at Camp...

New Seasonal Visitor Guide out now

Well, any excuse to show again that photo of me and Minako doing our John & Yoko impersonation to publicise the Bluecoat's bed-in. The latest...

Lightning Seeds and Wonder Stuff

  Mathew Street Music Festival 2006 - Part 3 - Sunday August 27th - Pier Head Some big names on the North stage today and...

Liverpool Santa Dash 2006 – Record Numbers Again

I couldn't make it to see this years Santa Dash round downtown Liverpool on December 3 2006 but it seems it was a great...

First View of Lady Lever Art Gallery South End Redevelopment Progress

The south end of the Lady Lever Art Gallery in Port Sunlight has been undergoing extensive refurbishment since the beginning of 2015 and is due to re-open to the public in Spring of 2016.

Norton Priory – Tactile

Tactile - Mosaic artwork by Debbie Ryan 16 June - 18 August 2009 Successful Liverpool artist Debbie Ryan adds a contemporary edge to the...

Brazilica returns for 2014

Liverpool’s annual Brazilica festival is back for 2014 and planning a bumper programme of samba carnival culture to celebrate what is a very exciting World Cup...

Leading UK Writers to Debate Charles Dickens’ Relevance to Writing Today

DICKENS: A WRITERS’ CONTEMPORARY How influential is the work of Charles Dickens on contemporary writers? As we celebrate the bi-centenary of his birth it seems...

Liverpool performance piece puts astrophysics research centre stage

Liverpool performance piece puts astrophysics research centre stage UNIVERSE’S MYSTERIES EXPLORED IN SCIENCE & ARTS COLLABORATION A new project combining cutting edge space science with performance...