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‘Sound’ exhibitions celebrate Liverpool Poets

‘Sound’ exhibitions celebrate Liverpool Poets TWO major exhibitions celebrating the work of the creative geniuses behind The Mersey Sound will open this week (Wednesday 12...

Call for Submissions! Originals @ Chester Town Hall

DEADLINE: 31st March 2017

Exhibition Opportunities, Chapel Gallery

DEADLINE: 1st April 2017

Draw the Line, Surface Gallery – Call for submissions

DEADLINE: 24th March 2017

Tate Liverpool brings Otto Dix drawings to UK for the first time

Private drawings by the German artist Otto Dix go on display for the first time in the UK in Tate Liverpool’s upcoming exhibition Portraying a Nation: Germany

Opportunities for Wirral Artists and Makers

DEADLINE: ASAP

Call for artists’ response to the refugee situation

DEADLINE: 7th December 2016

Open Call for ‘Blooming’ with PARTIA at Aintree University Hospital

DEADLINE: 15th November 2016

Open Call for ‘Fusion’ with PARTIA at Aintree University Hospital

DEADLINE: 15th November 2016

Review: Jerwood Photoworks Awards

Jerwood Photoworks Awards, Review Open Eye Gallery, 28 October – 18 December 2016 Words, Carol Emmas It was a busy evening across Liverpool with a few simultaneous...

Kolbox, Call for Exhibition Submissions

DEADLINE: 24th October 2016

Bluecoat and Iniva Present Major Keith Piper Exhibition

BLUECOAT AND INIVA PRESENT MAJOR KEITH PIPER EXHIBITION  EXHIBITION UNVEILS A NEW ARTS COUNCIL COLLECTION 70TH ANNIVERSARY COMMISSION This October, artist Keith Piper will return to Bluecoat,...

Review: Making Places Special, at Williamson Art Gallery

Making Places Special Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, 23rd September -30th October 2016 Words, Jennifer Jones, first published here for Friends of Williamson Art Gallery & Wirral...

Review: AEROSOL at dot-art

There’s a crack in everything and that’s how the light gets in, and so it was on a rainy July day that I visited the Dot Art Gallery to be greeted by a splash of sunlight in the form of AEROSOL
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International Slavery Museum: Afro Supa Hero

Friday 13 May – Sunday 11 December 2016. Celebrating the importance of role models and icons in combating the legacies of racism and discrimination, Afro Supa Hero provides a snapshot of a childhood journey to adulthood, shown through Jon’s personal collection of pop cultural heroes and heroines of the African diaspora.
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Kirkby Gallery: ‘New Worlds’ British Art from the 60s and 70s

Monday 15 February – Saturday 7 May 2016. A Select exhibition from the Arts Council Collection featuring work made during the 60s and 70s by leading British artists.
Leslie Briggs at Huyton

Huyton Gallery: Leslie Briggs: Faces and Places

Monday 25 January – Saturday 14 May 2016. Huyton Gallery presents this exciting solo exhibition of work by local artist, Leslie Briggs. Les is a self-taught artist who has lived in Kirkby all his life. As a local artist, this exhibition of work shows a wide range of paintings exploring places and faces that feature in Les’s life.
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Bluecoat: Left Hand to Back of Head, Object Held Against Right Thigh

Saturday 23 January 2016 – Monday 28 March 2016. Artists: Becky Beasley, Rowena Harris, Mary Hurrell, Natalie Finnemore, Hannah James, Mitra Saboury, Marianna Simnett, Marie Toseland. A group exhibition of physical and assertive work that sets out to affect the audience through sensation and emotion.
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Bluecoat: Melissa Gordon: Fallible Space

Saturday 23 January 2016 – Sunday 13 March 2016. Gordon is interested in addressing the exhibition as a ‘theatre in the round’: highlighting shifting perspectives when staging her work. Here she presents the first solo exhibition in Bluecoat’s Performance Space, accompanied by a longer running exhibition in the Vide.
Choterina Freer

Cornerstone: ‘Digiverb’ 2016

Until Friday 26 February 2016. Three artists: David Dipre, Jemma Egan and Choterina Freer regularly originate work using lo tech and found materials or take inspiration from the everyday and commonplace. Highly technical digital processes are also employed as a means of representation.
William Herdman - Foreshore near the Tranmere Hotel

Williamson Art Gallery: Herdman and the Local Scene

Wednesday 20 January 2016 - Sunday 13 March 2016. William Gawin Herdman (1805-1882) was a vigorous opponent of the Pre-Raphaelite tendency in Liverpool’s Academy. He took very seriously his mission to document Liverpool as it changed into a bustling Victorian town.
Outsiders View. Cheeky Girl - Henry Woodley

Unit 51: Outsiders View – Photographs of Japan by Henry Woodley

Saturday 16 January 2016 - Saturday 13 February 2016. A subjective view of contemporary Japan looking at the world as a ‘gaijin’ or ‘outsider’ and how this beautiful country can change from the serene islands of Miyake-jima to the neon inner city of Tokyo.
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Unity Theatre: Patterns In Poetry

Wednesday 13 January - Saturday 13 February 2016. An exhibition by 7 artists who live or work in Liverpool. The artists have used poetry as a starting point for their work, interpreting it in many different ways. Some taking the theme literally, others playing with titles and prose .
Yukiko KAI. Kikka no Tayori The Chrysanthemum Letter from Viva Princess 1979

The Atkinson: The Shojo Manga: The World of Japanese Girls’ Comics

Saturday 9 January 2016 - Sunday 14 February 2016. Features the incredible work of three artists – Akiko Hatsu, Keiko Takemiya and Yukiko Kai but also includes the work of 17 other artists who have all helped shape the world of Shojo Manga.
Annette Dunn

View Two: Over the Sofa – Paintings by Annette Dunn

Friday 8 January - Saturday 6 February 2016. Inspired by Picasso, Dali, Jasper Johns, and Jackson Pollock, Annette describes her paintings as eclectic. Often events such as the weather will inspire a piece of work, or a major event or happening.
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Artwork Studios: The Untold Want by Samie Cain

Thursday 7 January - Sunday 28 February 2016. Vibrant, wild Yorkshire landscapes & abstract cityscapes filled with sunshine are borne from a deep spiritual awareness in this collection of paintings by Samie Cain.
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Unit 51: ‘Superhuman’ – Artists examine the Christmas narrative

Saturday 19 December 2015 until New Year 2016. A public exhibition exploring the Christmas concept of god becoming human. Artists examine the Christmas narrative.
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LJMU Exhibition Research Centre: Node Nine – Exhibition by MA Students

Wednesday 16 December 2015, 17.00 – Wednesday 23 December 2015. Artists: mia cathcart | joe cotgrave | gillian donley | alison hutchinson | lesley james | james lockhart | christian nerf | amy russell | stephen sheehan. Current works by the master’s students of ljmu
Roadworks Gallery

Roadworks: ‘Open Road’ – Exhibition by Road Studio Artists

Until Sunday 20 December 2015. Following the success of gallery launch event “Open Road”, the artists of Road Studios are extending the first ever Roadworks exhibition until Sunday 20th December
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FACT: Follow

Friday 11 December 2015 – Sunday 21 February 2016. In a world where we use Instagram and Twitter ‘likes’ to assess who and what is important, the major new exhibition Follow will ask what impact the internet is really having on our concept of ‘reality’, and how we think about ourselves, our idols and those around us.
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Williamson Gallery and Museum: A Room of One’s Own

19 November 2015 - Sunday 20 November 2016. When we walk into a room, we instantly know if we feel at home. Some rooms are built to impress, others purely for comfort. We also make judgements about the person whose room it is: would we actually like someone who lived like this?
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Constellations: ‘LINES’ by Gabriella Warren-Smith

Saturday 4 - Monday 28 December 2015. LINES is a collection of portraiture by Gabriella Warren-Smith. Technique is central to Gabriella's practice, which is focused on using drawing to translate subtleties of expression and movement, initially captured in photography.

Tate Liverpool: Works to Know by Heart – Matisse in Focus

Friday 20 November 2015 – Monday 2 May 2016. Tate Liverpool presents one of the most iconic works ever made by Henri Matisse – The Snail 1953.With a dditional Matisse works from Tate’s collection.
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...

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