‘Coast’ at Greenland Street. Discussion and Open Day

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‘Coast’
OPEN / PUBLIC DISCUSSION
Artists’ Networks Across Cultural Difference

Speakers:
Lubaina Himid Professor of Contemporary Art, University of Central Lancashire, Preston
Paul Domela Programme Director, Liverpool Biennial

Discussion Forum exploring the issues, contexts, challenges and contradictions concerning artists’ networks and exchanges within a global cultural climate.

Wednesday 15 August 2007 from 19.00 – 21.00
A Foundation Café Space
67 Greenland Street Liverpool L1 OBY

Places are limited. Please RSVP via email to:
liverpoolcoast@yahoo.com

COAST INTERNATIONAL ARTIST WORKSHOP
OPEN DAY INVITATION

Saturday 18 August 2007 from 13.00 – 18.00
A Foundation, The Blade Factory, 67 Greenland Street
Liverpool L1 0BY

COAST brings together twenty artists from twelve countries worldwide for a period of two weeks and forms part of the Triangle Arts Trust global network of workshops that exist in 32 countries. These events are fundamentally different from most international art platforms in the sense that they are artist-led and focus on the development of artists, rather than the presentation of
the product. This difference provides opportunities to take risks with work, explore new approaches and take part in intense discussion and exchange.

COAST takes place from 6th to 19th August and on Saturday 18th August will open its doors and visitors are invited. Work in progress is presented and visitors are encouraged to talk with the artists. The Open Day is the only opportunity to gain an insight into the extraordinary atmosphere created during the two weeks. COAST is delighted to invite you to this occasion.

Following the workshop six of the international artists begin residencies hosted by: Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool Community College, University of Central Lancashire, New Bright Art Gallery and Surestart. If you would like to know more about COAST or the residency programme please email
liverpoolcoast@yahoo.com

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