Ambitious artwork across 500 public phones to remember all those lost to suicide

Liverpool & St. Helens to host pilot of ambitious interactive public artwork on more than 500 public phones in remembrance of all those lost...

FACT Crowdfunding Campaign to Part-Fund Ryoichi Kurokawa Commission

FACT's very first crowdfunding campaign is to raise the final 10% of critically acclaimed visual artist and electronic composer Ryoichi Kurokawa’s new artwork which will be exhibited at FACT in Spring 2016.

Super September – Fundraising for FACT – Last Chance to Donate

From skydives to marathon bike rides, staff and supporters are doing great things to raise money for projects at FACT

FutureEverything 2016 festival highlights announced

FutureEverything, Manchester’s prestigious city-wide ‘festival as laboratory’ returns from Wednesday 30 March - Saturday 2 April 2016 with the theme ‘Less and More’. Combining a large scale cultural event – encompassing art, music and discussion – with new technology and playful social experiments.

dot-art Named SEN Arts and Cultural Champion 2015

The SEN Powerful Together Awards recognise the Liverpool City Region's most innovative social enterprises, for attributes such as creativity, growth and social advocacy.
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Eighteen for 18 – The Giants May Return to Liverpool in 2018

THE MAYOR of Liverpool has announced his ambitions to create a major year-long cultural programme to mark ten years since the city was European Capital of Culture. Joe Anderson has revealed that work is underway on Eighteen for 18 - a series of internationally significant events, exhibitions, seasons and performances
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Liverpool Biennial 2016

From Saturday 9 July to Sunday 16 October 2016 Liverpool Biennial once again takes over the city, with free exhibitions, performances and events by international artists presented across more than 20 locations.

Clair Le Couteur remixes Warrington Museum with photography sculpture

Clair Le Couteur remixes Warrington Museum with photography sculpture Visitors to Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival will be able to see Warrington Museum as never before...

40 Years of Open Eye Gallery: 1977-2017

40 YEARS OF OPEN EYE GALLERY: 1977-2017 Join us for an exciting year ahead as we launch our 40th birthday celebrations. Over this period, Open...
The Museum of Liverpool reopens to the public on Monday 20 February 2017

The Museum of Liverpool reopens to the public on Monday

The Museum of Liverpool reopens to the public on Monday 20 February in time for half-term school holidays. Families will once again be able to...

Threshold Festival campaign boosted by public support and Arts Council pledge

Threshold Festival campaign boosted by public support and Arts Council pledge Threshold 2017 Crowdfunder: http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/threshold2017 - - A Liverpool festival of grassroots music and arts has been...

Liverpool’s iconic buildings come out of the shadows again for Pride

CITY’S ICONIC BUILDINGS COME OUT OF THE SHADOWS AGAIN FOR PRIDE Liverpool Pride will shine a light on diversity again this summer with the return...

Galkoff’s and the Secret Life of Pembroke Place wins National Lottery funding

Galkoff’s and the Secret Life of Pembroke Place wins National Lottery funding Liverpool landmark, Galkoff’s Jewish butcher shop frontage, is to be preserved and protected with a...

Baltic Creative CIC Acquires 19th Century Victorian Warehouse

Baltic Creative CIC Acquires 19th Century Victorian Warehouse Baltic Creative Community Interest Company is set to embark on its next phase of development after completing the...

Jelly Mould Pavilions ends Soon

JELLY HAS SET There is less than two weeks left to see Jelly Mould Pavilions, a quirky and thought provoking exhibition by artist Lubaina Himid...

Red Brick Vintage set to open Red Brick Hangar, the ‘Mini-Camden of Liverpool’

Red Brick Vintage set to open Red Brick Hangar dubbed ‘Mini-Camden of Liverpool’ in Cains Brewery Village From the moment you step foot inside Red...

Get On (card)Board for Castle Creations

Get On (card)Board for Castle Creations! SIX extraordinary structures made of cardboard, tape and community spirit will be created in each borough this summer in...

Site-responsive performance unravels the history of St Helens

Internationally acclaimed ANU Productions’ new commission, TORCH, will bring an explosive and unsettling new site-responsive performance to the streets of St Helens. TORCH is part...

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...
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Participate in Poppies – Exhibitions, Events and Workshops

People interested in the Poppies or learning more about the city and the war are being encouraged to take part in one of the many activities taking place as part of the participation programme.
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Derek Culley Exhibition Launches New Contemporary Commercial Gallery at The Atkinson

The Landing is The Atkinson’s new Gallery space, which offers a different approach to viewing exhibitions to its other spaces. The new Gallery opens in February with an exhibition from Birkdale resident Derek Culley who has had his work exhibited internationally as well as all over the UK.

‘Round One Way’ at 11 Wolstenholme Square

  I really should have posted this earlier, this exhibition finishes tomorrow (Sunday Oct 1st). 11 Wolstenholme Sq is one of the derelict-building-now-art-spaces run by The...

Walker Art Gallery Acquires Tissot Watercolour

The gallery at the National Conservation Centre closed at the end of 2010 but the great conservation work continues and earlier this week they...

Museum of Liverpool and Homotopia open major April Ashley exhibition: History of Transgender in...

On 27 September, the Museum of Liverpool will open a major exhibition telling the story of the irrepressible April Ashley – one of the first...

Open Eye appoints new writer in residence: Pauline Rowe

Open Eye Gallery is delighted to appoint Liverpool based poet Pauline Rowe as our first Writer in Residence. Over the next five months Pauline...

Introducing CULTURE SHIFTS Touring Photography Network

A selection of all work created across Liverpool City Region will culminate in a Culture Shifts exhibition at Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, in September 2017

Liverpool Pride Announces Date & Theme for 2017

LIVERPOOL PRIDE ANNOUNCES DATE AND THEME FOR 2017 JULY RETURN FOR FREE FESTIVAL WITH THEME OF INTERNATIONAL LOVE   Organisers of the increasingly popular Liverpool Pride Festival have...

900 artists, 100 arts organisations: LightNight reveals full programme

It’s time for LightNight:LightNight reveals full programme Over 100 arts organisations come together for Liverpool’s “culture crawl” as the full programme is released Liverpool will come...

Time running out to see work of ‘one to watch’ young painter, Louise Giovanelli,...

Time running out to see work of ‘one to watch’ young painter, Louise Giovanelli, shortlisted for major art prize There are now just three weeks...

Liverpool to celebrate Captain Beefheart with a weekend of special events

Liverpool to celebrate Captain Beefheart with a weekend of special events in November dedicated to the musician. In 1972, cult American musician Captain Beefheart (1941-2010)...

Duo of emerging artists lead Warrington contemporary arts extended programme

Duo of emerging artists lead Warrington contemporary arts extended programme Two emerging artists whose work is currently being displayed as part of Warrington Contemporary Arts...

SAVE THE DATE: Africa Oyé announces 2018 festival weekend

SAVE THE DATE: Africa Oyé announces 2018 festival weekend Following an incredible 25th anniversary year for the organisation, Africa Oyé have announced the dates for their annual...

Pier Head Village Festival Showcases Local Art

Pier Head Village Festival Showcases Local Art Liverpool Art Fair will be offering affordable art from its residence on the city’s iconic waterfront (26th July –...

Bluecoat Announce their Summer Programme

A Serena Korda National Trust co-commission, readings by poet Andrew McMillan & historian David Olusoga  and an International Artist Residency Programme featuring Jade Montserrat, Suki...

Materials Into Action at Cornerstone

I braved the awful weather this evening to bring you a film review no less. Sadly not many other people made it to this...

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...

The Tate Liverpool Train

Shame there isn't a train service direct to Tate Liverpool, maybe a canal boat would be more appropriate now. I'm seriously thinking about putting...

Evolution of the visual system is key to abstract art

News from Liverpool University which I think I understand... Evolution of the visual system is key to abstract art Liverpool, UK - 17 November 2008: Famous...

Video: Culture Liverpool Highlights 2015

Here's a video from Culture Liverpool of just a few of Liverpool's cultural highlights in 2015.
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Chambré Hardman’s House Re-opens to the Public, Wed 16 Mar

The Hardmans’ House is the former home and studio of the iconic photographer Edward Chambré Hardman, his talented artist wife Margaret and their faithful dog Bick. This stunning Georgian building, just a five minute walk from Bold Street and the cathedrals, is crammed with vintage treasures and extraordinary artwork.