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Tate – Listings for April 2010

TATE LIVERPOOL LISTINGS April 2010 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: Lispn! James Joyce: Finnegans Wake

1 February 2015 2pm Finnegans Wake is considered to be among the most challenging works of the English literary canon, but those who enjoy the book consider...

the Bluecoat: Peter Woods: The Art Fund

10 October 2014 6-7pm Free, booking required Since 1903 The Art Fund has helped over 700 museums and galleries throughout the UK acquire thousands of works of...

Corke Gallery: Edge of The Known World: New Landscapes from China...

Wednesday 1 - Friday 24 July 2015 - The exhibition explores the evolving landscape of China and the remote islands of St Kilda, Scotland.

Corke Gallery: ‘Outsiders’ In (Parts 1 & 2)

‘Outsiders’ In (Parts 1 & 2) 21 - 25 September (part 1) and 28 September - 2 October (part 2) Exhibition of work by leading...

FACT: What the Font?

3 December 2014 6pm – 8pm / The Box Free An evening of Pecha Kucha style presentations featuring the best examples of typography in motion. Part of the...
Derek Culley Painting

The Atkinson: Derek Culley Paintings

Saturday 6 February 2016 - Sunday 15 May 2016. A new exhibition from Birkdale resident Derek Culley who has had his work exhibited internationally as well as the UK. His style includes strong chiaroscuro, heavy impasto, vigorous brushwork and direct, expressive handling, in which Celtic imagery and associations are important.

Williamson: Wirral Met Art School Fellows Show

13 September - 12 October 2014 Wednesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm Free Private View 12 September 7-9pm The 2013/14 Fellows of the Wirral Met College Art School...

Williamson – Tom Phillips

Galaxy Collisions - Ryoichi Kurokawa

FACT: Ryoichi Kurokawa: unfold

Saturday 12 March – Wednesday 15 June 2016. unfold is a major new commission by acclaimed Japanese artist Ryoichi Kurokawa, exploring the birth and evolution of stars in a groundbreaking immersive and tactile audiovisual installation. This unique sensory experience will be part of Kurokawa’s first ever solo exhibition in the UK, premiering at FACT.
Stop Sign by Josie Jenkins at Chapel Gallery

Chapel Gallery: Into The Wilderness

Saturday 27 February - Saturday 9 April 2016. Wastelands and ruins, nature untamed: lands like these have long provided inspiration for artists, there’s as much to inspire today as there ever was. They represent the tension between nature and humankind, spaces where the built environment takes over and others where nature is resolutely in charge.

Kitchen Gallery – Closing Down Sale

Closing Down & Moving On Sale at the Kitchen GallerySat & Sun 18th & 19th October 2008, 13.30 - 16.30 and by appointment.The Kitchen...

The International Slavery Museum: Their Spirits by Laura Facey

31 January - 7 September 2014 Free Their Spirits showcases the work of internationally acclaimed Jamaican artist Laura Facey. The centrepiece of the exhibition is Facey’s spectacular installation, Their Spirits Gone Before Them. This...

Tate Liverpool: Works to Know by Heart – Matisse in Focus

Friday 20 November 2015 – Monday 2 May 2016. Tate Liverpool presents one of the most iconic works ever made by Henri Matisse – The Snail 1953.With a dditional Matisse works from Tate’s collection.
Geoffrey Dutton – a facial reconstruction from a 13th century knight.’ (Geoffrey Dutton)

Brindley: People of the Priory

Saturday 27 February - Saturday 16 April 2016. As the new displays at Norton Priory museum (opening in the Summer) near completion we look back at the people of the local area who have shaped the site over the past 900 years.

the Bluecoat: Where’s My Nana?

2 December 2014 2-3pm Be taken on a theatrical adventure to find Nana’s van. This inclusive and unusual promenade theatre piece will take place in...

the Bluecoat: Above the Beaten Track

30 August 2014 2pm Free Above the Beaten Track festival returns this August bigger and better than ever!  Following a two-year hiatus, the event is back at...

Corke Gallery: Real & Imaginary Landscapes

16 November - 21 December Open Thursday - Saturday 13.00 - 17.00 For this new exhibition I thought it would be interesting to curate a show...

Fallout Factory: Carl Fletcher – Cosmos

Until Saturday 31 October 2015. 'Cosmos' - Liverpool the creative centre of the Universe, recent paintings by Carl Fletcher.

FACT: Human Beeing

4 October 2014 7pm – 9pm with a family workshop 2pm – 4pm Free The Constitute (Germany) German art and technology collective The Constitute have created a project...

Williamson: Bidston Ave School Exhibition

30 June - Sunday 27 September 2015 - Year 3 children from Bidston Ave Primary School created zentangles, inspired by Paul Klee. ‘A drawing is like taking a dot for a walk’

Williamson Art Gallery: 20 Shades of Collett

8 June - 7 July Open Tuesday - Sunday 10.00 - 17.00 Free Daniel Craig and Derren Brown will be among the stars in a new exhibition...
John Walter and his Pug Virus at Walker Art Gallery c. National Museums Liverpool

Walker Art Gallery: Pug Virus

Thursday 29 October 2015 – Sunday 31 January 2016. John Walter's sculpture at Walker Art Gallery and Alien Sex Club exhibition at Camp & Furnace as part of Homotopia Festival.

Bluecoat Display Centre: Eastern Aesthetics exhibition

Saturday 23 April - Saturday 28 May 2016. This exhibition will feature designer makers whose works have been inspired by Japan, its imagery, craft techniques and culture. The exhibition will examine how a sense of place can influence us as individuals and how this is reflected in artworks we create.

CBS Gallery: Fruits of the Lûm – Exhibition by Tžužjj.

Saturday 26 March - Sunday 10 April 2016. Fruits of the Lûm is an exhibition in two parts. A series of public-realm commissions in the form of custom-made lightboxes will be displayed around Liverpool, launched in tandem with an exhibition at CBS gallery, showing the work of five international emerging artists, Mike Aitken, Adam Ferriss, Holly Hendry, Jake Laffoley and Chloë Manasseh.

Rathbone Studio: ‘Eleanor, an Inspirational Woman’ exhibition

Saturday 30 April - Saturday 11 June 2016. ‘Eleanor, an Inspirational Woman’ exhibition is the art work of ten women artists influenced by the life and work of Eleanor Rathbone. The work on show includes paintings, ceramics, poetry and sculpture.

The Royal standard: //Plans Within Plans//- Richard Whitby

The Royal standard: //Plans Within Plans//  6 April - 6 May Open Friday to Sunday 12noon-6pm or by appointment Viewing: 5 April 18 - 21:00 The fabric of...

Cornerstone: Exhibition by Karen Wilson and Peter Waters

Monday 7 September- Sunday 20 September 2015. A Liverpool Hope alumnus and a current member of Liverpool Hope staff are holding their first joint art exhibition at the University’s on-site Cornerstone Gallery.

Tate Liverpool: Geta Bratescu

30 June – 18 October 2015 Open daily FREE Born in Romania in 1926, and working for much of her life within a Communist state, Brătescu’s vivid practice has...

the Bluecoat: The Ethics of Portrait Photography

16 May 2015 5.30pm Free, booking required Tricia Porter and Othello De’Souza-Hartley (L8 Unseen, Museum of Liverpool, 8 Apr - 6 Sept) discuss their experiences of documenting Toxteth /...

the Bluecoat: Liverpool Irish Festival Dubliners 100 UK Book Launch &...

29 October 2014 7-8.30pm Tickets: £4 - book now This event is the UK book launch for Dubliners 100 and will feature readings by some of the...

The Bluecoat: The Art of Business

10 July 2014 18.00 Free Inspired by Liverpool's International Festval of Business, management specialist Peter Bond discusses how art and artists can provide solutions to some of the thorny problems...

Corke Gallery: Landscapes by Lisa Cole Kronenburg

Landscapes by Lisa Cole Kronenburg at Corke Art Gallery. 23 March - Saturday 2 April 2011. The Corke Art Gallery is proud to announce its...

FACT: TechBox Game Design

17 February 2015 5.30pm Free, booking required Working with North West based tech fanatics DigiEnable you’ll get to try out some of the coolest things in tech...

FACT: Svengali (15) with Alan McGee Q&A

20 August 2014 6.30pm For tickets, click here or call on 0871 902 5737 British comedy rock and roll drama, Svengali, returns to cinemas this summer for selected screenings...

Williamson Gallery: Watercolours at the Williamson

28 February 2015 11.30am Free Colin Simpson, Principal Museums Officer, will tell us how he developed an interest in watercolour painting, and share with us how this...

Williamson Art Gallery – ‘A Private View’ by Grahame Ashcroft

'A Private View' by Grahame Ashcroft 14 November - 24 December 2009dot-art is delighted to announce a solo exhibition of the work of Grahame Ashcroft...
Anthony Smith at View Two

View Two Gallery: Anthony Smith – Bird Paintings

Friday 26 February - Saturday 26 March 2016. "The exhibition features paintings and watercolours that I painted over the last couple of years. A few are from trips made to Lindisfarne, Pembroke and Oban but most are from locations nearer to home, inspired by looking out of the kitchen window"

Cornerstone Studios: incompatible, Art Exhibition

Friday 18 September – Wednesday 23 September 2015. incompatible presents the work of a group of six artists who are diverse in their practices. Each of the artists has undertaken a Masters by Creative Practice at Liverpool Hope University.
Double Act: Art and Comedy

Bluecoat: Double Act: Art and Comedy

Saturday 9 April - Sunday 19 June 2016. Double Act: Art and Comedy explores how comedy helps us to shape meaning and negotiate the complexities of everyday life. Drawing together artists from diverse cultural and political contexts, each of whom share an interest in humour as a resource to animate their art practice.