Architecture Week June 17th - 26th 2005

Liverpool Events

The Udder Way        (June 18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26)
"The udder way team" experiments with live urban strategies on sites in Toxteth from the 17-26 June!  Follow the sounds and smells and join us on Park Road, Liverpool L8.
For information on "the udder way" daily routine visit www.theudderway.info!
     

Venue: Toxteth
Park Street
Liverpool
L8

Bus Routes: ?
Trains: Brunswick Station
Contact: Ulrike  Steven
The udder way team
02076848232
ulrikesteven@web.de
www.theudderway.info
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e-space lab   SPACE, LIFE AND URBAN FABRIC, SHANGHAI AND LIVERPOOL    (June 25)
Artists Philip Courtenay and Peter Hatton explore how spaces can be made into places through activities of everyday life.
All are welcome to drop in at any time to meet the artists and find out more about this project that is being developed with Bluecoat. 
 

Venue: The Renew Rooms
82 Wood Street
Liverpool
L1 4DQ

Contact: Cathy Butterworth
Bluecoat Arts Centre
0151 709 5297
cathy@bluecoatartscentre.com
www.bluecoatartscentre.com
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tenantspin presents: Sunday Matinee with Foreign Investment at www.tenantspin.org   (June 17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26)
tenantspin,  an Internet TV Project managed by FACT and high-rise residents, invited artists Foreign Investment to perform within the architecture of Buckingham House tower block. Documentation from the 'Sunday Matinee' event will be premiered on tenantspin during Architecture Week. 

Venue: Online (www.tenantspin.org)


L1 4DQ

Contact: Alan Dunn
Fact, Foundation For Art & Creative Technology
0151 707 4439
dunn@fact.co.uk
www.fact.co.uk   
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Susanna Heron, a commission for the Metropolitan Cathedral Liverpool   (June 17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26)
To introduce Susanna Heron's artwork which is to be completed by the Autumn, the Cathedral is hosting an exhibition which uses photographs and text to show the development of the artist's ideas. In addition Heron's video installation, February Moon will receive it's first viewing. 

Venue: Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King Liverpool
Mount Pleasant
Liverpool
L3 5TQ

Bus Routes: 6(a),7,14(c),30(a),61,78,79(b-d),106,178,H5,SBus 4
Contact: Celia Cross
Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King Liverpool
0151 709 9222
mail@celia-cross.co.uk
www.liverpoolmetrocathedral.org.uk
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look up! look in! look around! the city   (June 17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26)
taylor young are displaying  photographs   of Liverpools breathtaking  architectural heritage at a number of venues around the city during architecture week.  for more information contact lesley.gleave@tayloryoung.co.uk 

Venue: vanilla factory
39 fleet st
Liverpool
L1 4AQ

Contact: Lesley Gleave
Taylor Young Ltd
01625 542 200
lesley.gleave@tayloryoung.co.uk
www.tayloryoung.co.uk
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The Commercial District Exhibition
  (June 17,20,21,22,23,24)
A new exhibition looking at the regeneration proposals for Liverpool's Commercial District.
A new and vibrant ommercial District is emerging in Liverpool City centre offering new and elegantly refurbished office buildings,live/work projects and public realm improvements. 

Venue: Liverpool Vision Gallery
The Observatory, One Old Haymarket
Liverpool
L1 6EN

Bus Routes: Queen's Square bus interchange
Trains: Lime Street
Underground/Metro: Lime Street
Contact: Peter Rix
Liverpool Vision
0151 703 2733
peterrix@liverpoolvision.co.uk
www.liverpoolvision.co.uk
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RSA/RIBA Lecture - Sir Terry Farrell
  (June 23)
Sir Terry Farrell is one of the world's foremost architects and urban designers with offices in London, Edinburgh and Hong Kong. Farrell's imagination has been shaped and inspired by the many cities which he has lived in, visited and worked.

 

Venue: RENEW Rooms
The Tea Factory, 82 Wood Street
Liverpool
L1 4DQ

Trains: Liverpool Lime Street
Contact: Viv Long-Ferguson
RSA
020 7451 6868 
lectures@rsa.org.uk 
www.rsa.org.uk
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Building Futures  (June 17,20,21,22,23,24)
Creative work and resonses by Liverpool secondary school students participating in the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment's project to connect schools with Liverpool's city centre regeneration. Exhibition spans 3 city centre venues.

Venue: The Gallery
Liverpool Vision, One Old Haymarket,
Liverpool
L1 6EN

Bus Routes: Queen's Squasre bus interchange
Trains: Lime Street
Underground/Metro: Lime Street
Contact: Peter Rix
Liverpool Vision
0151 703 2733
peterrix@liverpoolvision.co.uk
www.liverpoolvision.co.uk
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The Udder Way - Talk  (June 24)
"The Udder Way" is one of the winning entries to the "Shrinking Cities- Reinventing Urbanism" competition.  Join "The udder way team" a group of architects and performers who will be sharing details of their new, dramatic and fascinating life project in Toxteth 18-26th June.

Venue: RENEW Rooms
Tea Factory, 82 Wood Street
Liverpool
L1 4DQ

Trains: Liverpool Lime Street
Underground/Metro: Liverpool Central
Contact: Anna Johnson
RENEW Rooms
0151 703 0107
anna.johnson@member.riba.org
www.renew.co.uk
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VISIONS OF ARCHITECTURE  (June 17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26)
A new commission for emerging North West based photographers organised in partnership between RIBA North West, Arts Council England North West and Open Eye Gallery. The commissioned photographer/s will document the buildings short-listed for RIBA North West's Awards Architecture.   

Venue: VISIONS OF ARCHITECTURE
THE RENEW ROOMS
82 WOOD STREET
L1 4DQ

Trains: Liverpool Central Station or Lime Street Station
Contact: Dave Williams
Open Eye Gallery
0151 709  9460
dave@openeye.org.uk
www.openeye.org.uk
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