Lucy Byrne at Dot-art is very busy lately and has done well to get some works by local artists up for sale in the Culture Company’s information ’08 place’ in Whitechapel.
Cultural Centre hosts an exhibition of work from Liverpool based online gallery dot-art
dot-art is delighted to announce a new selling exhibition at the 08 place, Whitechapel (opposite the new Met Quarter shopping centre), Liverpool’s one-stop culture shop for a range of services for the local community and visitors to the city. Embracing the latest technology, the high-impact multimedia centre, which opened in 2005, features
interactive displays, internet access, a video wall, a ticketing and booking office.
dot-art will be displaying a rotating selection of artists work in the venues’ innovative window boxes, starting with ceramics by Helen Mitchell and hand carved wooden pieces by Caroline Henderson. Both artists graduated from Liverpool Hope University in 2005.
“We are very excited about this opportunity to work with the 08 Place, as we feel it is a fantastic venue and an great way for local artists’ work to be appreciated by the whole community” says Lucy Byrne of dot-art, an organisation which aims to raise the profile of local artists around Merseyside through events such as this as well as their