Matisse & Rembrandt: Lady Lever snares two masters of art for duo of Wirral...

The Lady Lever Art Gallery has today announced that it will be opening an exhibition by one of the 20th century’s most influential artists,...

As Seen on Screen: The new Arts Council collection exhibition coming to Walker Art...

AS SEEN ON SCREEN: ART AND CINEMA An Arts Council Collection National Partners exhibition at Walker Art Gallery A new exhibition at Liverpool’s Walker Art Gallery...

Increased numbers, more diverse, and younger – Liverpool Biennial’s impact published

INCREASED NUMBERS, MORE DIVERSE AND YOUNGER – NEW FINDINGS ON LIVERPOOL BIENNIAL’S IMPACT PUBLISHED Independent research released today reveals a growing impact, broader demographic and...

Bluecoat to welcome Survey, a major exhibition of new work, to the North West

Bluecoat to welcome Survey, a major exhibition of new work, to the North West Sat 13 Apr – Sun 23 Jun Bluecoat, Liverpool’s Centre for the Contemporary Arts,...
Boston Terrier by Aidan Owen. dot-art Schools at St George's Hall 2016

Voting opens to find Liverpool’s top young artists

Voting opens to find Liverpool’s top young artists A public vote to find Merseyside’s best young artists opened on Monday 1st April and continues until...

Art in Liverpool Magazine, issue #14: April 2019 editorial

Since 2008, Liverpool has been so palpably linked with Europe, leading by example for cities hoping to put the arts and culture at the...

Project Art Works brings Exlporers 2019 to Tate Liverpool

Illuminating the Wilderness is a new film with neurodiverse artists and makers, families and carers. Opening at Tate Liverpool on 4 April with a month-long...

Threshold Festival reveal this weekend’s full Visual Arts line-up

Threshold Festival reveal this weekend's full Visual Arts line-up Following an already stellar raft of acts across the music & arts spectrum being revealed, Threshold has announced...

World Museum is England’s most visited museum outside London in 2018

Of England’s top four museums outside London THREE are in Liverpool National Museums Liverpool welcomed 4,114,135 visitors across all eight of its venues in 2018,...

Join a mass street-dance on LightNight in The Great British Baraat

Have you ever wanted to be part of Liverpool’s one-night arts and culture festival LightNight? Well now is your chance. World Dance company Movema...

The pull of the earth: Luke Jerram’s ‘Gaia’ is heading to Liverpool Cathedral as part...

The pull of the earth: Luke Jerram’s ‘Gaia’ is heading to Liverpool Cathedral as part of River Festival Liverpool The popular River Festival Liverpool is back...

Wirral Borough of Culture awarded substantial Arts Council grant

Wirral Borough of Culture awarded substantial Arts Council grant Wirral’s year as Liverpool City Region Borough of Culture has got off to a flying start...

Seven artworks commissioned for 10th Liverpool LightNight

Seven artworks commissioned for 10th Liverpool LightNight Artists explore ‘Ritual’ at free late-night arts festival & new venue announced Taking place across 50 venues on Friday...

Northern Young Theatre Makers LAUNCH Careers at Industry Showcase at Unity Theatre

Northern Young Theatre Makers LAUNCH Careers at Industry Showcase at Unity Theatre 9 emerging artists and companies will showcase their talents at the first ever...

Crosby Schools Photographic Competition winners to be announced at awards event next week

The winners of this year's Crosby Schools Photographic Competition will be announced at an awards evening next week. The judging committee, led by local author and...

Masterplanners sought for Liverpool waterfront

National Museums Liverpool is on the search for planners to help them transform its waterfront estate. The scheme – or masterplan – is to create...

Contemporary art installation inspired Speke’s secrets

Contemporary art installation inspired Speke’s secrets Espionage and secrecy concealed in the wattle and daub of the 16th century building at Speke Hall is the inspiration...

RISE up!: Diverse programme of events launched to mark International Women’s Day

RISE up!: Diverse programme of events launched as part of RISE season TO mark International Women’s Day, Liverpool is announcing a season of events which celebrate inspirational...

Conversations Series II explores stereotypes and ‘art world definitions’

Conversations Series II: 'Other Transmissions' explores stereotypes and ‘art world definitions’ ‘Other Transmissions’ is a touring project launching at Tate Liverpool as a Tate Exchange event from 20...

Liverpool-based Social Enterprise, PLACED launches FREE Academy for young people

PLACED Academy is a brand new programme designed to inspire the next generation of place makers from the North West about the built environment....

Art in Liverpool Magazine, issue #13: March 2019 editorial

Last week, we lost our car. Seven years, and jointly, mine and my partner’s first car, and the vehicle that enabled this paper to...

Unseen Hardman photos to go on display

Unseen Hardman photos to go on display 38 photographs taken by renowned photographer, Edward Chambré Hardman in and around his Rodney Street home and studio...

World Museum celebrates 50th anniversary of the moon landing with Astronomy Photographer of the...

Liverpool’s World Museum celebrates 50th anniversary of the moon landing with Astronomy Photographer of the Year A half century on from the moon landing, visitors...

Local Sculptor returns to Birkenhead for exhibition at Williamson Art Gallery

An exhibition by a respected sculptor whose work can be viewed across Merseyside launches this week at the Williamson Art Gallery, Birkenhead. Born in Liverpool, Stephen Hitchin...

Northern artists to be commissioned for the New Creatives project

TYNESIDE CINEMA LAUNCHES NEW TALENT DEVELOPMENT SCHEME IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BBC ARTS AND ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND  NORTHERN ARTISTS TO BE COMMISSIONED FOR THE NEW CREATIVES PROJECT  Emerging...

Walker Art Gallery’s Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition a first outside of Scotland

CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH: MAKING THE GLASGOW STYLE Must-see objects will be displayed outside of Scotland for the first time The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, is set...

New exhibition at dot-art Gallery depicts the female gaze

New exhibition at dot-art Gallery depicts The Female Gaze Launching on International Women’s Day, Friday 8th March, the new exhibition at dot-art showcases the work of three...

100 years since suffrage: Open Eye Gallery stages all-women portrait takeover

100 YEARS SINCE SUFFRAGE: OPEN EYE GALLERY STAGES ALL-WOMEN PORTRAIT TAKEOVER To mark 100 years since some women achieved the right to vote, an all-female...

New Chair for Liverpool Arab Arts Festival (LAAF) as founding member steps down after...

New Chair for Liverpool Arab Arts Festival (LAAF) as founding member steps down after 20 years LAAF, has appointed a new Chair after founding member,...

Art in Liverpool Magazine, issue #11: January 2019 Editorial

This time last year, we were starting to phone our first round of advertisers, and costing up printers around the region. Today, we’re going...

Fatoş Üstek has been appointed as the new Director of Liverpool Biennial

The Trustees of Liverpool Biennial announced today that Fatoş Üstek has been appointed as the new Director of Liverpool Biennial. She will take up...

FACT opens 2019 programme with a major exhibition of artworks by female artists

FACT opens 2019 programme with a major exhibition of artworks by female artists What can fairy tales tell us about modern day society? A new...

LightNight festival celebrates 10th anniversary this May

LightNight festival celebrates 10th anniversary this May Free arts festival opens up city’s arts and heritage venues for a spectacular culture-crawl for all. LightNight Liverpool, the city’s...

Extraordinary women celebrated in unique arts programme

Extraordinary women celebrated in unique arts programme Liverpool announces season of events to celebrate inspirational women and puts call out for organisations to get involved LIVERPOOL...

Ghanaian artist aims to spark debate on Warrington’s identity with new exhibition

Ghanaian artist aims to spark debate on Warrington’s identity with new exhibition A Ghanaian artist now living in Warrington hopes his new exhibition will get...

Mandela family to visit Liverpool’s new Mandela 8 memorial

Liverpool is set to welcome the family of revolutionary leader Nelson Mandela when they arrive in the city next week. The former President’s eldest daughter Dr...

New artistic commission sees Chinese zodiac animals appear around the city centre

Brand new artworks are taking over the city centre as Liverpool gears up to celebrate Chinese New Year. From Friday (1 February) huge images of the...

Liverpool City Region Unveils Winning Design of New Borough of Culture Logo.

Liverpool City Region Unveils Winning Design of New Borough of Culture Logo. The winner of a competition to design the official logo for Liverpool City...

Tate Liverpool presents film exploring neurodiversity

Tate Liverpool presents a new film made by a group of artists, including Ben Rivers and Margaret Salmon. Filmed in the Scottish Highlands, Illuminating the...

Spectacular floating city of light and glowing animals coming to Sefton Park

Spectacular floating city of light and glowing animals coming to Sefton Park this February half-term City of Light in Sefton Park brings not one, but two...