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Mandela8 recruit Liverpool historian to head up Community Heritage Project in...

Mandela8 are pleased to announce that Laurence Westgaph has been appointed as their new Community Heritage Project Manager. The...

Experience culture at home with the University of Liverpool

Experience culture at home The University of Liverpool’s new online hub of fascinating free cultural activities, apps and blogs...

Digital Exhibition: Bridewell Studios: RE-FORM, Wirral Met BA Fine Art 2nd...

“make changes in (something, especially an institution or practice) in order to improve it.” 

Homotopia commissions 13 LGBTQIA artists to unveil new work between May...

Queer Art AlwaysHomotopia commissions 13 LGBTQIA artists to unveil new work between May and July 13 new artworks, created...

National Museums Liverpool collaborates with immersive creative studio Draw & Code...

Tell us your Museum stories! National Museums Liverpool collaborates with immersive creative studio Draw & Code to bring a...

Digital Festival: Africa Oyé Archive

With Africa Oyé 2020 cancelled, take a look back at Africa Oye over the years below. Some of Liverpool's best photographers have...

Celebrate LightNight arts festival at ‘Home’ on Friday 15th May

Celebrating LightNight at ‘Home’ Friday 15 May will be an evening to champion Liverpool’s artistic and creative talent

Bluecoat Display Centre turn donated work into vouchers for Merseyside’s frontline...

a way to say thank you..... Bluecoat Display Centre were given a generous donation by a friend of the...

Writing on the Wall presents a new digital writing and literary...

Writing on the Wall presents a new digital writing and literary festival for our times: WoWFEST LOCKDOWN, featuring Noam Chomsky, Nikesh Shukla, Irvine Welsh,...

Salt Act: Merseyside Artist Inviting Participation In Open Dialogues Inspired By...

A live artist from Merseyside has undertaken a ground breaking project that saw her travel to India to walk in Mahatma Gandhi’s...

Digital Exhibition: Williamson Art Gallery & Museum: Wirral Met – 25th...

25th Annual BA (Hons) Fine Art Degree Show As we settle in to social distancing and the temporary closure...

Call out to Warrington communities to take part in national creative...

Residents, community groups and arts practitioners across the borough are being urged to take part in a national initiative to inspire creativity...

Digital Gallery: Victoria Gallery & Museum: Audubon Gallery

Victoria Gallery & Museum: Audubon GalleryPermanent DisplayLocation: Gallery 8, first floor John James Audubon (1785-1851) was a nineteenth-century wildlife...

Independents Biennial Postponed until 2021

Independents Biennial Postponed until 2021 Following discussions with Liverpool Biennial and many concerned artists, Art in Liverpool have decided...

Meet Homotopia’s New Board

Meet Homotopia’s New Board Homotopia has unveiled new additions to its Board of Trustees to help guide the festival...

Call for Artists – FACT Together

DEADLINE: 26th April 2020

Analogue or Online, Community Spirit is Alive

Analogue or Online, Community Spirit is Alive Liverpool SOUP has traditionally hosted ‘in person’ events which bring people together...

One Last Interview: Threshold Festival’s Jazamin Sinclair & Andy Minnis

One Last Interview Threshold Festival's Andy Minnis (Festival Director and Visual Arts Organiser) & Jazamin Sinclair (Visual Arts Organiser) Interview by Patrick Kirk-Smith (featured image: Illustrated...

Review: Secret Art of Survival: Creativity and Ingenuity of British Far...

Review: Secret Art of Survival: Creativity and Ingenuity of British Far East prisoners of war, 1942-1945 - Victoria Gallery & Museum Words, Remy Greasley Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore;...

Review: Visual Rights – Open Eye Gallery

Visual Rights, Open Eye Gallery - Corinne Silva’s Garden State rethinks territory. It’s a challenge to many things, but primarily to how we as individuals think about ownership.

What Happened to Agnes? New work from Nishla Smith, Opera North...

Nishla Smith’s What Happened to Agnes comes to Kazimier Stockroom this month, after what seems like a lifetime since the Kaz hosted this sort...

Art in Liverpool Magazine, issue #21: February 2020 editorial

I’ve had two months off from writing these editorials and it’s been oddly difficult; enjoyable, relaxing, but always with a nagging idea that I...

Threshold Festival of Music & Arts announces tenth and FINAL annual...

Threshold Festival of Music & Arts announces tenth and final annual event Organisers of Liverpool’s Threshold Festival have announced their 2020 dates, marking a decade...

Art in Liverpool Magazine, issue #18: September 2019 editorial

From 9th April to 7th June next year, Candice Breitz brings Love Story, an international story of migration and displacement to Tate Liverpool. The...

Interview: Liz Magic Laser; Real Work at FACT

Interview: Liz Magic Laser One half of FACT’s latest exhibition, Real Work, open until 6th October 2019 Real Work is an exploration of incredibly personal, and...