Exhibitions, Music Recitals, Workshops and Lectures
all at the Victoria Gallery & Museum during Nov/Dec 2008Liverpool Through the Lens – the Photographs of Edward Chambré Hardman
In association with the National Trust, the VGM presents an exhibition of 56 photographs by Edward Chambré Hardman capturing the architecture, people and maritime history of Liverpool during the 20th century. Until 31st January 2009.
Edward Chambré Hardman: Behind the Scenes
Saturday, 15th November, 1– 2pm
Discover more about Chambré Hardman’s uniquely preserved house at 59, Rodney Street and his photographic collection. You can even look through the lens of Hardman’s camera!
Free talk for all. No booking required. Leggate Lecture Theatre
Music Recital: University of Liverpool Wind and Brass Orchestra
Wednesday, 19th November, 1—2pm
Free music recital for all. No booking required. Leggate Lecture Theatre
Patterns, Prints and Rock ‘n Roll!
Saturday, 22nd November, 1 – 4pm
Explore the art of Stuart Sutcliffe at this artist-led event and experiment with texture, pattern and colour to create your very own Sutcliffe-inspired work of art!
Free drop-in workshop for children and adults alike! No booking required.
Music Recital: University of Liverpool String Quartet
Wednesday, 26th November, 1 – 2 pm
Free music recital for all. No booking required
Leggate Lecture Theatre
The Landscape Photography of Edward Chambré Hardman by Peter Hagerty
Thursday 27th November, 1 – 2pm
Photographer and friend of Hardman, Peter discusses his work, influences and life, and his passion for landscape photography.
Free talk for all. No booking required.
Leggate Lecture Theatre
Stuart Sutcliffe mixed-media workshop
Saturday, 29th November, 10.30am – 12.30pm
Working with artist, Juliet Staines, you will experiment with texture, pattern and colour to create your own Sutcliffe-inspired work of art. No previous art experience necessary.
Free workshop for Adults (over 16s), please book on 0151 794 2348
Xmas at the VG&M
The Victoria Gallery & Museum will have a festive feel to it this December. In addition to a large Victorian Christmas tree with traditional decorations, a seasonal menu will also be available in the Waterhouse Cafe which will include sumptuous chef-prepared specials, festive ciabattas and homemade soups and, of course, mulled wine and mince pies. The Waterhouse cafe provides the perfect location to take visitors or to meet friends and enjoy some festive refreshments and atmosphere.
Wednesday, 10th December
Enjoy an afternoon of seasonal cheer in the Waterhouse Cafe and come and listen to the University of Liverpool carol singers singing all your Christmas favourites.
For further information about the VG&M visit www.liv.ac.uk/vgm.