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UK’s first revolving theatre for Liverpool’s new creative district

UK’S FIRST REVOLVING THEATRE FOR LIVERPOOL’S NEW CREATIVE DISTRICT A major performance venue, with a revolving auditorium, will be at the heart of regeneration plans...

From elitism to engaging, how the art industry is evolving in the digital age

From elitism to engaging, how the art industry is evolving in the digital age The art traders report last year revealed that nearly half of...

artist/designer for public art, Knowsley (KMBC)

DEADLINE: 9th January 2016

Review: Craig Davison, Avengers Resembled

Either way, what I know for certain is that Craig Davison’s work spread a huge smile across my face.

Review: No Such Thing As Gravity, FACT

No Such Thing As Gravity 10th November 2016 – 5th February 2017, FACT. Words & Images, Julia Johnson, Messy Lines For all that they are usually pigeonholed...

Review: Sleeping Giants: Theories of Sleep in Art, Liverpool Biennial 2016

Sleeping Giants: Theories of Sleep in Art and Philosophy from Ancient Greece to the Present Night Tate Liverpool, 14th October (Liverpool Biennial 2016) Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith If...
Double Act: Art and Comedy

Review: Double Act: Art and Comedy Tour by Frances Greenfield

Greenfield encourages you to enjoy, but also look beyond, whether they are funny or not. It becomes apparent that medium and context add other facets which make it hard to classify. It’s subjective.
L for Leather

Review: L for Leather at Bluecoat Display Centre

Leather is all around us; our shoes, sofas and jackets are all constructed from it, but we often overlook it because of the too familiar form it generally takes. This is leather - not as we know it.
Liverpool Hope Degree Show 2016

Reviews: Liverpool Hope Degree Shows 2016

What degree shows exist for is not the good of the many. They exist to display the success of the few, and the more-than-few that stand out here have made brilliant uses of their space

VENT! Liverpool Air Quality Festival launches on Saturday 20 February

Five Liverpool-based artists - Julieann O’Malley, Tristan Brady-Jacobs, Pamela Sullivan, Tomo and Charlotte Weatherstone have been commissioned to deliver new cultural products or public art works that engage with the public about air quality.

REALITY at the Walker Proves Painting is Still Relevant

Words by Alice Benbow Reality: - the status of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them; having...

So was it the Best, or the Worst of Times?

Both Sides Now: It Was The Best Of Times, It Was The Worst of Times? is a cross-continental exhibition which brings together artists from China, Hong Kong and the UK.

In Pictures: Geoff Owens’ Futuretrospective

Images by Ryan Garry "I have always had an interest in art since childhood; graduating from drawing with crayons on walls at my parents' house...

Kirkby Gallery: Quentin Blake As Large as Life

Kirkby Gallery: Quentin Blake As Large as Life 29 October 2012 – 12 January viewing: 1 November   We are delighted to present the exhibition, ‘As Large as Life’,...

DLA Piper Series: Innocence and Experience, Curated by Marianne Faithfull – Reviewed by Adam...

Evocation of an era can be a tricky ideal to achieve in a gallery space. With the potential for works to repeat themselves and...

A Day in the life of a benevol for the Sea Odyssey by Andy...

I volunteered to be a benevol steward for the Great Sea Odyssey as I enjoyed the spider spectacle for 2008. I realised that being a...

Tate Liverpool: Marianne Faithfull co-curator in DLA Piper Series

Period Piece: curated by Marianne Faithfull Part of the DLA Piper Series 20 April- 2 September 2012 Free admission Sponsored by DLA Piper Renowned singer-songwriter and actress Marianne Faithfull...

Wednesday Giveaway with Tate Liverpool!

Tate Liverpool have  given Art in Liverpool 5 pairs of tickets for the Charline Von Heyl exhibition, to giveaway to some of  our lucky readers. Fancy being in with...

Robots and Avatars Exhibition Review

Art Feast sent Josie Jenkins to review Fact's latest exhibition Robots  and Avatars  a major new exhibition showcasing some of the most exciting ideas...

Curve Gallery: Launches a new Exhibition space in AUSTRALIA!

ANYTHING TO DECLARE? Curve Gallery will open an International Outpost in AUSTRALIA in APRIL 2012. The exhibition space at 37 Watt Street Newcastle is an...

Art Feast Interviews The Singh Twins

Wirral based, London born twin sisters Amrit and Rabindra are contemporary British artists of International standing whose award winning paintings have been acknowledged as...

Liverpool Doors Exhibition Review

 Art Feast sent Stephanie Whalley to review Liverpool Museums latest exhibition Liverpool Doors a unique art installation combining Roger McGough's poetic skills with the...
The Bluecoat Liverpool

The Bluecoat: Topophobia

The Bluecoat: Topophobia 2 March-22 April 2012 Viewing: 2 March 18 - 20:00 daily 10– 18:00 Free admission Anne Eggebert, Matze Einhoff, David Ferrando Giraut, Polly Gould, Marja...

Pagoda Arts: The First Touch of Chinese Ink Painting

27 February  -  12 March 9.30  to 16:00 Monday-Saturday viewing: 2 March 17-19:00 We touch the elegant rice paper. We twist the tip of the woolen brushes. We let...

TATE: Charline von Heyl

Charline von Heyl 24 February  –  27 May 2012 Discover the work of acclaimed contemporary artist Charline von Heyl in this brand new exhibition. Distinctive, imaginative and...

The Royal Standard: My Five New Friends

The Royal Standard: My 5 New Friends 4 February - 3 March Viewing: 3 Feb 18- 21:00 By Oliver Braid With It’s Our Playground Featuring new commissions by:...

Artwork of the Week: Lesley Halliwell

 21/02/2012 This amazing piece by lesley Halliwell is currently showing at Wolstenholmes Fixation Exhibition. For More information on the artist please visit her website ...

Gallery4allarts: Paintings & Drawings – Nicole Bartos

Gallery4allarts: Paintings & Drawings - Nicole Bartos 3 Exhibitions ongoing abstract art exhibitions throughout 2012 Venues and opening hours: The Old Police Station, 80 Lark Lane,...
The WREN Gallery Warrington

WREN Gallery: Contemporary British Craft Shop

WREN Gallery: Contemporary British Craft Shop 28 January - 21 April 2012 Private view: 27 January 6-8pm The Warrington Museum has dedicated one of its recently refurbished...
Wolstenholme Creative Space presents

Wolstenholme Creative Space: Homeland

Wolstenholme Creative Space: Homeland + live Muisc  27 Jan - 5 Feb 2012 Thursday - Sunday, 12pm - 4pm Viewing: 26 Jan 18:00 - 23:00 Homeland holds...

Ceri Hand Gallery: Henny Acloque: Lugar de culto

Ceri Hand Gallery: Henny Acloque: Lugar de culto 13 January 2012  -  25 February 2012 Viewing: 12 January 18-20:00 Henny Acloque's second solo exhibition at...

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