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Review: Threshold Festival of Music and Arts – Darkness & Light

Threshold Festival of Music and Arts - Darkness & Light Words, Kirsten Hawkins Every year, the grassroots visual arts festival, Threshold, launches a new theme upon...

In Pictures: Threshold Festival 2017

We sent Tony Knox down to the Baltic Triangle last weekend to capture the heart and soul of Threshold Festival 2017.

Review: Thatcher May Trump Farage, Lord & Slater

Threshold Festival 2017 debuted a new live art work by Lord & Slater entitled Thatcher May Trump Farage.

Featured Artist: Marcus Dyer and Pilar Cortés for Threshold Festival

Marcus Dyer and Pilar Cortés Interview, Patrick Kirk-Smith Threshold Festival 2017 promises its usual explosion of art and music this weekend with its overwhelming events programme...

Featured Artist: John Elcock for Threshold Festival

John Elcock Interview, Patrick Kirk-Smith Threshold Festival 2017 is raring up to take over the Baltic Triangle again this weekend. It’s hard to believe it’s been...

Visual Arts & Performance artists revealed for Liverpool’s Threshold Festival

Visual Arts & Performance artists revealed for Liverpool's Threshold Festival Following the release of the full music line-up for this year's festival, Threshold have now announced...

Meteorite Lands in Baltic Triangle, Liverpool

METEORITE LANDS IN BALTIC TRIANGLE, LIVERPOOL A warehouse in Liverpool's Baltic Triangle district will provide a unique location this Spring for a new public art...

‘Mad Pride’ – global mental health movement returns to Threshold Festival!

‘Mad Pride’ – global mental health movement returns to Threshold Festival! Liverpool Mental Health Consortium has teamed up with Threshold Festival for the second year...

Threshold Festival campaign boosted by public support and Arts Council pledge

Threshold Festival campaign boosted by public support and Arts Council pledge Threshold 2017 Crowdfunder: http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/threshold2017 - - A Liverpool festival of grassroots music and arts has been...

Threshold Launch Crowdfund Campaign For 2017 Festival

Threshold Launch Crowdfund Campaign For 2017 Festival Threshold 2017 Crowdfunder: http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/threshold2017 - - Ahead of their 7th annual festival of music and arts in Liverpool's Baltic Triangle,...

NEWS: Threshold Nominated for 3 Awards

Threshold Nominated for 3 Awards There's been a great deal of excitement in Threshold HQ since the announcement that we've been nominated in no less...

Threshold reveals theme for 2017 festival

Threshold reveals theme for 2017 festival and invites Visual Artists to showcase work Threshold Festival, Liverpool's home-made celebration of music and arts, has revealed the...

Threshold invites artists to apply for 2017 festival in Baltic Triangle

Threshold Festival, Liverpool's home-made celebration of music and arts, has opened submissions for its 2017 event.

Review: Threshold 2016 Exhibition at Lantern Theatre

The biggest success at Lantern was the fusing together of Alchemy Visual Arts and Threshold Festival, through work that blurred the boundaries between Theatre and Performance Art.
Threshold 2016 at 24 Kitchen Street

Review: Threshold 2016 Exhibition at 24 Kitchen Street

"Whether it’s the setting, 24 Kitchen Street, or the discourse between every piece in the space, something set this apart for me. Every exhibition as part of Threshold was a success in its own way, for its own reasons, but this one got me reanimated at the end of a long day. It put a smile back on my face."

Review: Threshold Exhibition at Baltic Social

The three artists behind this are the brilliant Steve Threlfall, Tristan Brady-Jacobs and Keith Webber, working together as Forgotten Art Collective, with a little help from Tony Reilly (aka. Ian Danger). A collective they have formed to celebrate and play with their work, but also to enlighten and enliven your day.

Review: Threshold Exhibition at Constellations

‘The rebirth of the lens’ is probably a fair blurb to assign to Constellations’ current exhibition, running as part of Alchemy Visual Arts festival this weekend. There’s a savoury peep show, a photographic montage of appetite whetting stationary, and a stage projection to re-light the energy of anyone starting to wither.
Threshold 2016 at Unit51

Review: Threshold Festival Exhibition at Unit51

The exhibition is slapped right in the middle of Alchemy Visual Arts festival, and holds up to the responsibility that puts on it. This is a serious centre, packed full of work from artists addressing the theme of alchemy directly, and changing their approach to practice dramatically as a result.
Threshold at Funf - Pippa Eason

Review: Threshold Festival Exhibition – TPA x MUESLI at Funf

What sets this show out from the rest of the festival is its approach to the theme of Alchemy. Not considering material transformations or even personal ones. It’s a show that uses the work it offers to create a change in understanding on behalf of its viewers.
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Review: Threshold Festival Exhibition at The Gallery Liverpool

Threshold, it calls on artists and creative types to respond directly to themes which push and pull their practices – crucially, in the direction of the public eye. This year, that theme is Alchemy (the shifting of one thing to another; in its most basic interpretation)
Threshold at The Gallery Liverpool 2016. Clockwise from top-left: Wendy Williams, Tony Knox, Allanson & Lock and Robyn Woolston

The Gallery Liverpool & Baltic Social: Threshold Festival 2016 Exhibition

Friday 1 - Sunday 10 April 2016. Threshold 2016 Exhibition continues... at The Gallery Liverpool and Baltic Social
Yeah No I Know by Seize at Muesli

Threshold Festival 2016: Featured Artists – Meg Brain & Joseph Cotgrave

Two of Liverpool’s most active new groups, coming together in part of a festival that’s already struggling to contain itself with the sheer volume of events and venues. But how are TPA and MUESLI going to make it work?
Aalenian

Liverpool’s Visual Artists Prepare For Multi-Venue Showcase at Threshold 2016

The 2016 Visual Arts Programme for the festival is entitled "Alchemy: Materials & Transformation" and will feature in 9 venues across the city's thriving Baltic Triangle, with a huge range of art styles set to be showcased on Friday 1st - Sunday 3rd April 2016.
James Bowman piece from 2015 Threshold Festival

Threshold Festival 2016: Featured Artist – James Bowman

Playfulness is what James Bowman is probably best recognised for, lauding skip diving as one of his primary inspirations. This year though, the time for playfulness has disappeared and been replaced with a new concise, focussed, approach to how he works.
Wendy Williams

Threshold Festival 2016: Featured Artist – Wendy Williams

Wendy Williams should be used to a challenge by now though, as an artist whose only real continuity is in her materials – the everyday, the discarded and the overlooked. These material challenges then need translating into subject related challenges, altering her practice to fit collaborators, venues and distances.
Threshold 2016 artist, Ruth Dillon

Threshold Festival 2016: Featured Artist – Ruth Dillon

Alchemy Visual Arts, part of Threshold works for a wealth of reasons. Partly because it brings us new things, and partly because it changes things we might think we already know; and a whole host of reasons under those rather large umbrellas. Ruth Dillon is one such artist, who has had a wonderful practice, locally and globally for several years now
Douglas McCormick - Liverpool Threshold Festival. Photo by Jazamin

Threshold Festival 2016: Featured Artist – Douglas McCormick

Douglas McCormick is a very specific addition to this year’s Threshold Festival, with a practice that could allow him to take the theme of Alchemy in any direction. His practice is dance, and this isn’t his first time pushing that medium to its limits for Threshold.
Baba Soul & The Professors of Funk will take the stage at Threshold 2016 in April.

Threshold Announce First Six Acts For 2016 Festival

Threshold Festival takes place from 1st-3rd April, 2016 across numerous venues in Liverpool's Baltic Triangle. Threshold organisers have revealed the first six acts set to light up the Baltic Triangle's stages in April 2016.

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