Constructing Connections: Fiction, Art and Life
Liverpool L11 1EH.
Exhibition : Sunday 10th – 30th September 2017
Artists Neville Gabie, Patricia MacKinnon-Day and Paul Rooney
have been making site-specific works at Croxteth Hall. They have been responding to themes from Robert Tressell’s novel The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists and exploring how his ideas around work, power and politics relate to the history of the Hall.
The exhibition of the artist’s works – Constructing Connections: Fiction, Art and Life – will be in the public areas of Croxteth Hall throughout September. You can visit the Hall and see the exhibition daily from 10.30am-5pm. The last admission is at 4.30pm. Entrance to Croxteth Hall is £4, For details on how to reach Croxteth please click here.
Sunday 17th September (12-4pm): https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/
Each ticket includes a return mini bus ticket to William Brown Street, a mini tour of significant places in Noonan’s life, led by Dr Stuart Borthwick, entrance to Croxteth Hall and a tour of the exhibition.The overarching project – Did the Raggeds paint Croxteth Hall? – is supported by ACE Grants for the Arts, Liverpool John Moores University & Liverpool City Council Croxteth Hall.
Free parking at Croxteth Hall.
Bus from Queens Sq stands 5 & 6.
Writer Jess Holtaway has been blogging about it at: https://croxtethpandorama.