Liverpool takes culture plans to Brussels

From the Liverpool Culture Company... The Liverpool Culture Company is taking its plans for 2008 to the heart of Europe. On Wednesday (November 23rd), culture and...

Liverpool Decorative and Fine Arts Society

LDFAS is affiliated to NADFAS - National Association for Decorative and Fine Arts. They have high quality lecturers from the NADFAS Directory at their meetings...

Shop at FACT

There's a nice little shop area in FACT now selling FACT's own books, catalogs, DVDs etc amongst other things. Not a lot of stock...

Homotopia Closing Party this Saturday

I have been bombarded the last couple of days with reminders for this closing event, which presumably means there's still a good few tickets...

Rembrandt in Walker ‘may be fake’

Oh dear! Still if most experts reckon its a bloody good painting that deserves to hang in a national gallery then does it really...

Homotopia 2 takes off

Via liverpool08.com Homotopia will be swinging from the spires when the city's celebration of homosexual culture is launched in a magnificently refurbished church. Bringing gay films,...

Open Eye on Prize Short-List

Well done to Open Eye. Via liverpool08.com... Prize Coup for Liverpool Photography Gallery Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, is celebrating after two of its recent UK premiere exhibitions,...

Marketing 08 Event on Wednesday 2nd Nov

Via Merseyside ACME... Date: Wednesday 2nd November 2005 Time: 6pm - 9pm (including buffet) Venue: Philharmonic Hall, Hope Street, Liverpool L1 9BP Cost: £5 The Capital of Culture 2008...

Year of Environment 2009 Liverpool Themed Year

There will be no hangover as the city celebrates its beauty, elegance, cityscape, parks, waterfront and natural heritage.

Sea Liverpool 2005 Themed Year

2005 will celebrate Liverpool's maritime legacy. Work will begin on Liverpool's cruise liner terminal, while the city will also stage the 25th annual Mersey...

Almiro Gallery Opens

A new gallery in North Liverpool opened with a group show on Sunday. The Almiro is in Waterloo and is run by the McCarthy...

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...

Dyingfrog Newsletter

Dave Bixter's Dyingfrog arts network is another good way of publicising your arts events so.... November's newsletter is out a week today (that's Tuesday Nov...

Summer of Love moves to Frankfurt

The Tate's 'Summer of Love: Art of the Psychedelic Era' closed last month but good to see its gone on tour. It opens in...

MaxMara Art Prize for Women

Too late, they have already drawn up the shortlist. Of the 5 artists on the list guess how many don't live in London. The Observer headline...

100 Portraits for 2007

Local artist Tony Brown's latest project is to paint 100 portraits of living people, who have contributed to the development of Merseyside, to be...

Sarah Lucas Interview in G2

The Sarah Lucas Retrospective opens at Liverpool Tate on October 28th and its Visual Arts week in the Guardian this week so they've started...

tangent Issue 3

The latest issue of tangent arrived in the post yesterday. This is the third issue of the independent art 'zine produced by London-based artist...

Rumour – Daily Post to have LESS Arts coverage

I got this from the Press Gazette website... Published: Thursday, October 13, 2005 By Sarah Lagan Representatives from arts establishments across Liverpool are trying to convince the...

Brendan Lyons Exhibitions

You might like to know that Liverpool artist Brendan Lyons will be exhibiting at the following UK events: 'Art Gene NW Open Prize' 14th October to...

Would I Like to Say Something?

It was the Liverpool Biennial Update event last night at the JMU Art School building and it was quite entertaining. It seems there's a...