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Review: Culture Shifts: Local at Open Eye Gallery

Culture Shifts is as important to arts organisers as it is for you or I. An exhibition that is openly trying to move a selfish culture of arts production forward at a very fast pace.

FACT​ ​awarded​ ​£250,000​ ​by​ ​Arts​ ​Council​ ​England

FACT​ ​awarded​ ​£250,000​ ​by​ ​Arts​ ​Council​ ​England The Liverpool based media arts centre has won Ambition for Excellence funding for Rewire, a large-scale project at...

20 Stories High will bring theatre into L8 homes for unique Sgt Pepper event

Tickets on sale for unique, 20 Stories High, Sgt Pepper event Tickets have gone on sale for a unique event which will literally bring the...

Featured Artist: Craig Easton

Craig Easton: I’m especially delighted when it is photographs in my own community that get recognised.

Featured Artist: Nina Edge, Nothing Welsh Streets

Nina Edge sheds a little light on what made Bluecoat so important to her, and explains how it enables potential.

Toxteth based, 20 Stories High, get £80,000 from BBC Children In Need

Successful Bid Secures Future Youth Activity • Toxteth based company get £80,000 from BBC Children In Need • 3 years of funding for youth activities 20 Stories...
Asylum Link Merseyside, City of Sanctuary - Momuntary Monument raises money

Liverpool Biennial’s Momentary Monument raises £1224 for Asylum Link Merseyside

Liverpool Biennial's Momentary Monument raises £1224 for Asylum Link Merseyside Words, Jessica Fenna This year's edition of Liverpool Biennial may have come to an end but...

Feature: Coming Home, working on Liverpool

I met with two of the most influential members of those projects last week, to talk about their new collaboration, Coming Home.

Review: Nina Edge, Contravision

You’d be robbing yourself of the history surrounding the Biennial venues if you didn’t walk down Kelvin Grove for Nina Edge’s Contravision.

Review: Jamie Reid’s Casting Seeds takes over The Florrie

Jamie Reid, Casting Seeds The Florrie, 6th September-16th October 2016 If politics should be local, then so should punk. That’s what I took away from this...

Review: Liverpool Biennial 2016: Rita McBride at Toxteth Reservoir

Rita McBride’s large scale installation represents an opening between the real world and the world of fiction. Entering the unilluminated location of the piece with its sonic reverberations

In Pictures: Liverpool Biennial 2016 at Cains Brewery

A look inside Cains Brewery for Day 1 of Liverpool Biennial 2016. The exhibition is a wild mix of substance and subject, from some of the most geographically diverse artists that the Biennial has to offer.

Akala Performs at Toxteth Library

Four blog posts so far today - Art, Dance, Poetry and now Hip Hop Shakespeare! This library tour is a great idea and rapping...

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