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Williamson Art Gallery: Brigitte Jurack

Brigitte Jurack: What is left behind Brigitte explores our relationship with animals and their inner lives. Her recent work considers issues around environmental adaptability by...

Williamson Art Gallery & Museum introduces a newly commissioned film from Brigitte Jurack, Concentration

Williamson Art Gallery & Museum introduces a newly commissioned film from Brigitte Jurack, Concentration https://youtu.be/73P4RQmvHtQ https://williamsonartgallery.org/brigitte-jurack-concentration/ Jurack was originally scheduled to hold a physical exhibition at the Williamson...

IB18: St John’s Market: Brigitte Jurack: Scavengers

Brigitte Jurack – Scavengers A new body of work created at the Sanskriti Foundation in New Delhi. The installation explores the interdependence between humans and...

IB18: Williamson Art Gallery: Brigitte Jurack, Oxton Rock

In the newly landscaped courtyard garden of the Williamson Art Gallery, Brigitte Jurack has placed large multi-coloured and highly patterned sculptures, one on the...

Liverpool Art Prize 2014: Brigitte Jurack

With less than 3 weeks to go until the Liverpol Art Prize is announced, Art in Liverpool caught up with shortlisted artist Brigitte Jurack...

The Ballad of Ray & Julie, Jeff Young

I never met Ray and Julie and I don’t know anyone who did. All we know about them is their names, painted on a...

New sculpture reflects on Ukrainian culture on The Liverpool Plinth

A new sculpture serving as a meditation on the ongoing conflict in Ukraine is to be unveiled on The Liverpool Plinth. Boy with knife carnation by Wirral based...

The Liverpool Plinth: Boy With Knife

A new sculpture serving as a meditation on the ongoing conflict in Ukraine is to be unveiled on The Liverpool Plinth. Boy with knife carnation by Wirral based...

Care village arts strategy recognised with national award

Care village arts strategy recognised with national award A collaborative project aiming to tackle loneliness amongst older people living at Belong Newcastle-under-Lyme care village has...

Lockdown Treasures: The City Centre (Part 2)

Lockdown Treasures: The City Centre (Part 2) Words & Images, Bryony Large On the verge of completing our third month in a nationwide lockdown, it is...

Alternator Studio & Project Space – studio available

Alternator Studio & Project Space Alternator Studio & Project Space on Balls Road East in Birkenhead has a 4x4m day lit upstairs space available for...

The story of RAY + JULIE, one of Liverpool’s most iconic public artworks

The ballad of RAY + JULIE Alan Dunn & Brigitte Jurack The story of Liverpool’s mythical public artwork. Named by The Guardian as one of Britain’s top...

Feature: Casey Orr on her latest project with Alternator Studios – Translating The Street

Translating the street – The Hive, Birkenhead Casey Orr on her latest project with Alternator Studios Translating the street has been a project I’ve wanted to...

Alternator Studio announce new season of Translating The Street in Birkenhead

Alternator Studio have announced a new season of Translating The Street international micro-residencies in Birkenhead featuring photographer Casey Orr, sculptor Chris Dobrowolski and artist...

Birkenhead: Translating The Street 2019 – launch

Translating The Street 2019 Alternator Studio is pleased to announce a new season of Translating The Street international micro-residencies in Birkenhead featuring photographer Casey Orr,...

Williamson Art Gallery: Souvenirs from the Far East, an Illustrated Talk

SOUVENIRS FROM THE FAR EAST AN ILLUSTRATED TALK Souvenirs from the Far East will be explored in an illustrated talk from Dr Brigitte Jurack on...

Independents Biennial, a diary

Independents Biennial, a diary Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith I’ll start where I mean to end; something happened this year that clarified a new responsibility for Art in...

Independents Biennial kicks off in style with 200 artists across Merseyside

- 200 artists and over 250 new works for the Independents Biennial - Special commissions in St Helens, Sefton, Wirral, Knowsley & Liverpool for 4...

IB18: St John’s Market: Alternator Studio & Project Space

Alternator Studio & Project Space A group show curated by Alternator Studio & Project Space in Birkenhead, including works by resident artists Brigitte Jurack, Wendy...

200 artists and over 250 new works for the Independents Biennial

200 artists and over 250 new works for the Independents Biennial Special commissions in St Helens, Sefton, Wirral, Knowsley & Liverpool for 4 month...

Alternator Studio: Open Studio

Open Studio  Alternator  Studio will be opening its doors to visitors on Sunday 13th May . Housed in a former bakery on Balls Road East, the studio is...

Bluecoat: Public View exhibition tour

Public View exhibition tour Three Merseyside-based artists with international profiles, Alan Dunn, Brigitte Jurack and Pete Clarke lead this tour, discussing the exhibition from local...

Bluecoat: Public View

Bluecoat: Public View A specially curated exhibition, Public View, marks the beginning of Bluecoat’s 300th anniversary programme Drawn from over 50 years of art at Bluecoat,...

Jeremy Deller, Mark Leckey and Yoko Ono return to Bluecoat in a 100 artist exhibition to celebrate anniversary

Jeremy Deller, Mark Leckey and Yoko Ono return to Bluecoat in a 100 artist exhibition to celebrate anniversary  A specially curated exhibition, Public View, marks...

Hidden Gems Feature: Translating the Street with Alternator

International artists have been invited to translate the stories of the street, build bridges and make visible the hitherto hidden.

Alternator Studio: Translating the Street – Birkenhead

Saturday 5 March 2016, 10.30 - 17.00 in Various locations. PLUS Special short live performance by Jeff Young and Martin Heslop in the Alternator Studios at...

Feature: Translating the Street – Interview with the Artists

Alternator Studio’s Translating the Street project is difficult to define. It spans themes of identity – both personal and cultural – community engagement and social responsibilities, as well as documenting and sharing histories and ideas.

Alternator Studios: Open Studio

28 & 30 November 2014 6-9pm / 2-5pm Free Come along to the Open Studio weekend to have a look around and meet the artists, and see what...

Just 2 Weeks until 2014 Art Prize Winner Announced

It is now only 2 weeks until this year’s Liverpool Art Prize winner is announced, which will take place at a special awards ceremony on Thursday 18...

The Liverpool Art Prize

Review by Kate Chesters Back in the venue where it all started 7 years ago, the Liverpool Art Prize exhibition is open once again at Metal....

Metal: Liverpool Art Prize 2014

9 May - 21 June 2014 Open Thursday – Saturday 11.00 – 17.00 Free The Liverpool Art Prize will once again return to the city for its 7th successive year....

Liverpool Art Prize…3 Weeks to go!

On Friday 9 May the Liverpool Art Prize will once again return to the city for its 7th successive year. Managed by Metal, the Art Prize celebrates and nurtures the...

Shortlist Announced for the Liverpool Art Prize 2014

Metal are pleased to announce the shortlist for the seventh annual Liverpool Art Prize; local artists Brigitte Jurack,Tabitha Jussa and Jason Thompson. The Liverpool Art Prize has been...

Get your tickets for the Bluecoat Art Raffle!

17 December 19.00 - 22.00 Ticets only £20 each, available up until the night Over 100 artists have generously donated a postcard-sized work to help the Bluecoat...

Democratic Promenade at the Bluecoat. 30 Sep – 27 Nov 2011

Democratic Promenade at the Bluecoat. 30 Sep - 27 Nov 2011 daily 10-18.00. Free admission. 40 artists engage with ideas around democracy and the radical in...

the Bluecoat – Next Up

'Next Up: Liverpool Art Now'. 12 December 2008 – ENDS SUNDAY 22 February 2009  Free admissionA group exhibition showcasing 39 artists living and working...

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