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Editions: Karolina Borchardt Exhibition Supporting Autism Together

Friday 20 - Saturday 21 November 2015. Karolina Borchardt - Short exhibition with the sales proceeds donated to Autism Together (formerly Wirral Autistic Society).

Tate – Listings for February 2010

TATE LIVERPOOL LISTINGS February 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...

Blank Canvas: Jean-Michel van Schouwburg’s ‘Trio 876’ & The Huddersfield Trio

21 January 2015 Doors 7pm, (please note prompt 7.30 start time) Tickets £5 / £3 Trio 876 (Marcello Magliocchi - percussion; Matthias Boss - violin; Jean-Michel van Schouwburg -...

the Bluecoat: The Art of Shopping Walking Tour

5 & 19 October 2014 2pm This event is free but booking is recommended* This tour looks at the history and architecture of Liverpool’s iconic department stores and retraces the...

Corke Gallery: Huw Lewis Jones’ Welsh Landscapes

22 April - 22 May 2015 Wed - Fri 1-5pm Free Preview 17 April 7-9pm Huw's lavish use of oil paint on large canvasses transport you to the...

Corke Gallery: Underdressed and Nude

Underdressed and Nude 12 - 16 October 2010 A collection of male and female nude paintings, etchings and prints created by Corrie Barclay, Bestie, Ken Bullock,...

FACT: Bambi (Documentary)

20 November 2014 6.30pm £8 / £6 - buy tickets Directed by Sébastien Lifshitz, the film is a profile of Marie-Pierre Pruvot, an Algerian-born trans woman who...
Yukiko KAI. Kikka no Tayori The Chrysanthemum Letter from Viva Princess 1979

The Atkinson: The Shojo Manga: The World of Japanese Girls’ Comics

Saturday 9 January 2016 - Sunday 14 February 2016. Features the incredible work of three artists – Akiko Hatsu, Keiko Takemiya and Yukiko Kai but also includes the work of 17 other artists who have all helped shape the world of Shojo Manga.

Williamson Art Gallery and Museum: Richard Hamilton 
Word and Image, Prints...

21 June - 31 August 2014 Wednesday - Sunday 10.00 - 17.00 Free Richard Hamilton was one of the most influential British artists of the twentieth century,...
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Kirkby Gallery: ‘New Worlds’ British Art from the 60s and 70s

Monday 15 February – Saturday 7 May 2016. A Select exhibition from the Arts Council Collection featuring work made during the 60s and 70s by leading British artists.

Coffee and Fandisha: Exhibition by Catherine Harrison

Thursday 11 February - Thursday 12 May 2016. An exhibition by Liverpool based artist Catherine Harrison. Includes a series of pen and ink drawings influenced by ancient alchemical symbolism and philosophy.

International Slavery Museum: Broken lives: Slavery in modern India

From 26 June 2015 - 24 April 2016. Looking specifically at the modern slavery and human trafficking of Dalits in India. The word ‘Dalit’ means broken, crushed or oppressed.

Warrington Art Gallery: WCAF15 Contemporary Open Exhibition

Friday, 2 October, 2015 to Saturday, 31 October, 2015. Part of Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival. The fifth Contemporary Open Exhibition is a selection of work by local and regional artists.

Cornerstone Gallery: Body Topographies

30 January - 14 March 2014 Private View 30 January 18.00 - 20.00 Free Body Topographies is an exhibition of photographic works featuring local dancer Rachel Sweeney and...

The Well Space: A N I_M A K I N...

Thursday 10 - Wednesday 23 September 2015. An exhibition of fragments by animator Laura Spark, exploring a DIY and amateur-auteur approach towards animation.

The Gallery At Bank Quay House: The Destruction of Anything Familiar

Friday 24 July – Friday 25 September 2015 Last year’s Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival winner, Ian Rayer-Smith, opens his exhibition The Destruction of Anything Familiar at The Gallery at Bank Quay House.
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University of Chester China Centre: ‘Faces of Culture’

Monday 7 December - Saturday 19 December 2015. Three approaches to figurative painting are on show in this exhibition featuring artists Yunyu Luo, David Sargerson & Tom Riley.

the Bluecoat: Young DaDa Presents…

30 November 2014 All day Free Programmed by young people, this weekend is packed full of events, workshops, films and lots of other fun stuff for everyone...

the Bluecoat: 2dartmarkets

16 August 2014 11am - 5pm Free This initiative at the Bluecoat sets out to provide opportunities for showcasing emerging and established artists by offering opportunities to...

The Bluecoat Display Centre: Liverpool Corked

26 January- 2 March 2013 Private View: Friday 25th January - 5.30pm to 7.30pm This exhibition will feature 3 contemporary ceramic artists at differing career stages...

FACT: mobile phone movie making workshop

Tuesday 7 July  2015 / 10.30 - 17.00 / FACTLab / FREE A one-day workshop on the eve of the Libidinal Circuits conference. This workshop uses mobile...

FACT: Sharon Lockhart Film Programme: Mes Petites Amoureuses (18)

24 September 2014 6.30pm £8 / £7 (concs) Director Jean Eustahce, 1974, (123 mins), French with subtitles, The Box My Little Loves (Mes Petites Amoureuses) is a French drama written and directed...

Williamson: Waterloo Lives: The Story Behind the Painting

6 June – Sunday 25 October 2015 - The National Army Museum and Liverpool’s museums join forces to mark the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo with special displays.

Williamson: Albert Lipczinski 1876-1974

2 July - 2 October 2011 at The Williamson, Wirral. Albert Lipczinski 1876-1974 The work of a German-born artist who cut a dash on the...
Landscape by Martin Greenland at Corke Gallery

Corke Gallery: Landscapes by Martin Greenland and Huw Lewis Jones

Friday 15 January - Friday 5 February 2016. New paintings by Martin Greenland and Huw Lewis Jones as well as works by Adrian Henri, Josie Jenkins, Martin Jones, Pete Clarke, Angie Clarke, Daniel John, George Drought, Paul Bennett and Lisa Cole Kronenburg.

Muesli: NAWKI (Not As We Know It)

Friday 19 February – Sunday 6 March 2016 by appointment. NAWKI is a project that intends to exploit the premise of the art fair model, showcasing young and emerging artists, organisations and projects to create a collection of small exhibitions in one space.

The Reader Gallery: Art From The Square

Until Sunday 3 April 2016. Spring exhibition by Art From The Square professional artists' co-operative, Paintings, drawings, prints and textile art by several Merseyside artists
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Domby Gallery: Exhibition by Peter Macauley

Until Saturday 14 May 2016. Original work and prints from Peter Macaulay.

Ceri Hand Gallery – Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson ‘No Sign...

Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson 'No Sign of Helicopters' 16 September – 16 October 2010 For their debut solo exhibition at the Ceri Hand Gallery,...
World of Glass - Art Club exhibition

World of Glass: Our Home Town (People & Places) – The...

Saturday 21 November 2015 - Friday 8 January 2016. The vibrancy of St. Helens, it places and people come to life in this small but intimate exhibition. Local artists capture the essence of what its like to live in St. Helens.

Tate: DLA Piper: Constellations

Until Summer 2015 10.00 - 17.30 daily FREE Tate Liverpool's collection display, DLA Piper Series: Constellations explores the links between artworks across time and location of origin. DLA Piper Series: Constellations examines...

the Bluecoat: Memorandum of Understanding’ by Tabitha Jussa

11 April - 5 July 2015 Open daily 10am - 6pm Free A solo exhibition by Tabitha Jussa which was awarded as part of her 2014 Liverpool Art...

the Bluecoat: To Hell with Culture: A film by Huw Wahl

23 October 2014 7pm Free, booking recommended This film is a portrayal of the life and work of Herbert Read (1893-1968), influential art critic, poet, anarchist and co-founder of the...
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Warrington Museum & Art Gallery: The Shadow Catchers

Saturday 28 November 2015 - Saturday 19 Mar 2016. See Warrington and its people through the lenses of local photographers from our important historic collections dating back to the infancy of this artform in the 1840s.

Corke Gallery: Sequential by Alan Redfern

Sequential by Alan Redfern 3 - 19 March 2011 Sequential is internationally successful, abstract artist and art lecturer, Alan Redfern’s first UK exhibition for seven years. ...

FACT: Tales of the Grim Sleeper: The Story of a Serial...

9 February 2015 6.15pm £10 / £8 concs Nick Bloomfield’s Tales of the Grim Sleeper will show at Picturehouse at FACT, with the filmmaker in attendance to answer...

FACT: We Buy White Albums

15 August - 15 September 2014 Tuesday - Sunday 11am - 6pm Free Launch event 15 August 6-8pm FACT and Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) have joined forces...

Williamson Gallery: Ruskin and Burne-Jones in love with Sleeping Beauties

14 February 2015 11.30am Free After his failed marriage to Effie Gray, Victorian art critic John Ruskin fell passionately in love with Rose La Touche, who died...

Williamson Art Gallery – Diverse City

Diverse City 11 July 2009 - 6 September 2009 Figures from the worlds of arts, sport and business will sit alongside refugees and the...
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Martin Mere: An exhibition of contemporary stitch by Carole Dawber

Monday 1 February - Saturday 12 March 2016. Planted & Picked explores the riotous tangle of colour that the garden flower brings each season through the medium of applique and stitch.