We are always excited to discover a new artist project space in Liverpool, this one called 6GINS looks very interesting and full details are on their website and twitter

We will post details of their future events as we get details.

Co-founders, Lucy Bretherton & James Worley, explain a bit about the project…

The 6GINS project space is within the new studio studios at The Royal Standard. Throughout the six month project there will be a minimum of six opening nights (GIN1, GIN2 etc) along with the odd side event hosted by 6GINS. There are no set opening times, we are functioning on a ‘by appointment’ basis. We are there most the time.

Brethers and Worley are recent Fine Art graduates who have been awarded the space through The Royal Standard’s Residency Prize, suggested by head of LJMU Fine Art, Rory Macbeth. Although we had not collaborated together in the usual sense throughout university, due to our shared interest of contrasting practices and desire to exhibit work, we founded 6GINS together.

Over the course of the next six months collaborators from a wealth of different practices, as well as non-artists will be invited to join the project. When entering the space they will then have full licence to add, subtract or alter anything they deem fit. This will allow for a constantly evolving dynamic of the room.

Current Collaborators

JAMES WORLEY.
Artist, Curator & co-founder of 6GINS

LUCY BRETHERS.
Artist, Curator & co-founder of 6GINS

LISA HILL.
Liverpool based artist

JAMES COOK.
Staffordshire Illustrator

ELIIE HOSKINS.
Interdisciplinary Cumbrian artist

ADAM CARLTON.
Liverpool based Photographer