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Victoria Gallery: Knowledge is Power

Friday 20 November 2015 – Saturday 18 June 2016. The exhibition explains how the Liverpool Medical Library and the Liverpool Athenaeum shaped elite culture in Liverpool.

Walker – Art in Revolution: Liverpool 1911

  24 June 2011 - 25 September 2011 at The Walker Art Gallery 'Art in Revolution: Liverpool 1911' City of Radicals exhibition features work by...

the Bluecoat: Tricia Porter: Liverpool Photographs 1972-74

4 April - 5 July 2015 Open daily Free Launch event: 10 April 6-8pm Taken by photographer Tricia Porter a decade before the area was in the media...

the Bluecoat: University of Liverpool: Horatio Clare

18 October 2014 5-6pm Free, booking advised
 Horatio Clare is an award-winning writer, author of A Single Swallow (travel with migrating swallows), The Prince's Pen (a novella),...
English Watercolours at Williamson

Williamson Art Gallery: English Watercolours from the Collection

Until April 2016. The selection here comes from a group of over 100 paintings that was chosen by Hugh Belsey and Claudio Spadoni for an exhibition in 2004 at Ravenna, in Emilia-Romagna, Italy, the first major British watercolour show in that country for many years.

Corke Gallery: ‘BODY LINES’ Joel Bird

‘BODY LINES’ Joel Bird 24 January – 26 February 2011 (Extended) Liverpool born artist and sculptor, Joel Bird returns with a new collection of work showing...

FACT: Helvetica (U)

4 February 2014  6.30pm £10, £8 (Members & Concs) - tickets available to buy soon Director Gary Hustwit 2007 80 mins A unique documentary about typography, design and...

FACT: The Cave of the Yellow Dog

31 July 2014 6pm Free As part of Freehand's FLAG Film Festival, we are delighted to be screening 'The Cave of the Yellow Dog'. This beautiful film tells...

Williamson Gallery: Wirral Festival of Firsts – 2011-2015: Through Their...

5 February - 12 April 2015 Open daily Free Launch event: Thursday 5 February 2015, 5-7pm. Friends of the Williamson are invited. The photographs of Glyn Akroyd, Ian Chantler, George Evans,...

Williamson – Fellowship Show

FELLOWSHIP SHOW at Williamson Art Gallery14 February - 29 March 2009.'Fellowship' promises to offer an eclectic exhibition of print, painting, installation and contemporary comment...
Socks, Pincushions & Stories at Central Library

Central Library: Socks, Pincushions & Stories

Tuesday 2 – Sunday 28 February 2016. An exhibition of textile crafts and artefacts inspired by the First World War.

Wilfred Owen Story: ‘John, Paul, George, Ringo and… Wilfred!’

16 August - 3 September 2011 at The Wilfred Owen Story. 'JOHN, PAUL, GEORGE, RINGO, AND... WILFRED!' PETE FRAME'S ROCK FAMILY TREES COME TO...
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Cornerstone: inprogress Exhibition

Until Friday 22 April 2016. This exhibition features artists that have been in residence at Liverpool Hope as part of the AA2A Artist's Access to Art Schools Project. The exhibition features: Matthew Bailey, Fiona Candy and Kirsten Little
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Museum Of Liverpool: On Display – Hagrid’s Bike from Harry Potter

The motorbike and sidecar belonging to Hagrid, Harry Potter’s loyal friend and Hogwart’s gamekeeper, goes on display at the Museum of Liverpool from 16 May to 9 June 2016.

Walker Art Gallery: REALITY: Modern and Contemporary British Painting

10 July - Sunday 29 November 2015 Also read the Review by Patrick Kirk-Smith here. A vibrant new exhibition curated by artist Chris Stevens and organised by...
Left: Andrew Bick, OGVDS-GW [WTF], 2008-2014, installed at &Model, Leeds, June 2014 Right: Andrew Bick, Studio Wall drawings test #1, 2015, studio view, September 2015

Cornerstone: ‘Conversation’ – Exhibition by Andrew Bick

Monday 16 November - Friday 18 December 2015. The title of the exhibition refers to Bick’s concern with dialogue, which he describes as a desire to visually contain uncommunicable elements in his art and its influences.

Tate – Listings for November 2009

TATE LIVERPOOL LISTINGS November 2009 For further details, call: 0151 702 7400, e-mail: visiting.liverpool@tate.org.ukor visit the website: www.tate.org.uk/liverpool Pre-book exhibition tickets by calling...

the Bluecoat: Antix 2

8 & 9 December, 2 & 3 December 2014 and 8, 9 & 10 January 2015 12pm to 3pm Free Performance by Brian Catling in the Bluecoat...

the Bluecoat: Philip Jeck: Vinyl Requiem (Replayed)

21 September 2014 2.30pm and 7.30pm Tickets £6/4 - book here Liverpool-based artist Philip Jeck revisits his acclaimed 1993 collaboration with Lol Sargent, a performance that...

Corke Gallery: Painted Landscapes

14 May - 28 June 2014 Open Thursday – Saturday 13.00 – 17.00 / by appointment 07773 287827 Matthew Mortimer has just graduated from Liverpool Hope University with...

Corke Gallery: Liverpool Family Robinson

Liverpool Family Robinson 2 - 6 November 2010 Val and Doug Robinson present a collection of works including portraits, places and abstract images in acrylics and...

FACT: Lauren Moffatt: Periphery Residency

7 November – 19 December 2014 Lauren Moffatt will be creating a new work for Oculus Rift. Supported by the Culture 2013 programme of the...

Williamson Art Gallery: Starkers with Davy and Kristin McGuire

Sunday 1 November- Sunday 22 November 2015. Newly commissioned site specific piece – Starkers from Davy and Kristin McGuire with work reflecting themes within the Williamson art gallery collections.

Williamson Art Gallery and Museum: Henry Moore and The Arts Council...

8 February - 13 April Free The gallery on Slatey Road Birkenhead will house 23 works from Henry Moore in the Arts Council collection. Born in Yorkshire in...
MEYOUANDUS - Big Mouth

Metal Liverpool: Provocations – A series of public realm artistic...

Monday 18 - Saturday 23 January 2016. Metal Liverpool in partnership with 67projects are curating Liverpool Provocations, a series of four new public realm art works based in and around the city centre
Beatles - Tom Donohue

Ye Cracke: Drawings and illustrations by Tom Donohue

Monday 1 February - Sunday 13 March 2016. Tom Donohue is a Liverpool based artist and illustrator. Best known for his series of Beatles and Liverpool related work. He is currently working on a series of four books by the children's author Marie Darwin.

Museum of Liverpool: Display – Everyman Theatre

14 October 2015 to (To be confirmed). Display of artefacts from the Everyman theatre on Hope Street which won the RIBA Stirling Prize in 2014.

Warrington Museum and Gallery: In a Flux

3 October 2014 – 10 January 2015 An exhibition of new work by artist group The Manchester Salon; a group of five artists – Lindsey...

Arena: /.si:miotiks by More than or Equal

11 - 19 September 2014 Open 12 & 13 September 11-4pm and by appointment until 19 September Preview Thursday 11 September 6-9pm More Than or Equal to presents: ‘/.si:miotiks’ Artists: Charley Blake Banks Kayleigh...
Christine Beckett C Stephen King Photography

Museum of Liverpool: ‘Dry Your Eyes Princess’ Photography Exhibition

Wednesday 16 December 2015 - Sunday 31 January 2016. A special exhibition by local award-winning photographer Stephen King, following a collaboration with trans military veterans and Liverpool John Moores University.

Royal Standard: I Can’t Follow You If You Don’t Move

13 May – 9 June 2011 at the Royal Standard. I Can't Follow You If You Don't Move - Andrew Maughan - Graeme Durant Preview:...
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6GINS: GIN 5

from Friday 27 November 2015. By appointment. Additions from London based painter Alice Browne, works by Phil Illingworth Meg Brain and Melanie Russell.

the Bluecoat: You Are My Sunshine – A Kind of Love...

27 November 2014 7.30-9pm Experience Terry Galloway’s comic, sometimes moving, sometimes profane exploration of what happens after a woman literally regains her senses. Followed by...

the Bluecoat: Radicals & Renegades Literary Walking Tour

3 August 2014 2pm Free, Booking required here A literary walking tour looking mainly at Liverpool’s role in post-war literature and how the city’s energetic and anarchic...

Corke Gallery: Captivating by Paul Bennett

13 - 28 April Viewing: 12 April 18-20:00 The Corke Art Gallery is hosting the first show of new work by Paul Bennett since his move...

FACT: Gazelle Twin & Carla MacKinnon & Shorts

9 April 2015 8.30pm £12 - book now A completely unique and immersive live performance by Industrial Pop artist Gazelle Twin and animator Carla MacKinnon. Gazelle Twin will be performing music from her critically...

FACT: Sharon Lockhart Film Programme: The Little Girl Who Sold the...

10 September 2014 6.30pm £8 / £7 (concs) The Little Girl Who Sold the Sun - Director: Djibril Diop Mambety, France, 1999 (45 mins), The Box Sili, a crippled...

Williamson: Wirral Art School Degree Show

23 May - 7 June 2015 Wednesday – Sunday 10am – 5pm Free Each year for the twenty years since the Wirral Met College Fine Art Degree...

Williamson Gallery – Synthetic Romantic: Vincent Lavell

Synthetic Romantic: A large exhibition of over 50 works by Vincent Lavell 27 November 2010 - 23 January 2011. This is the largest exhibition of...

A Small View: Ob_ject and Ob_serve – Group show

Saturday 13 February - Saturday 5 March 2016. Radamés Ajna, Edgar Zanella, Thiago Hersan, Alex Pearl and Sam Skinner are a group of artists, technologists and researchers, loosely working under the name Object Liberation Front, who get together to discuss non-anthropocentric Artificial Intelligence and its implications to the social imaginary.