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Biennial Saturday Specialist Tours

biennialtxt-logo-150.gifAs during the 2004 Biennial there will be a series of tours, one each Saturday of the festival. So make a note now…

Specialist Tours

Saturdays throughout the Biennial, 2pm at Fusebox unless otherwise stated.
All tours are free and limited spaces are available. For more information or to book a place contact Roz on (0)151 707 6719

16th September – Stephen Hardstaff
An exploration of the exhibition and the city with the Liverpool based music industry designer.

23rd September – Joseph Sharples
‘Art and the Built Environment’
A walk through the city exploring the art and the built environment with the former curator at the Walker Art Gallery and author of the Pevsner Architectural Guide to Liverpool.

30th Sept. – Mathew Whitfield
Using Carlos Garaicoa’s “Overlapping ‘ as a starting point, this walk investigates the architectural significance of buildings, both standing and demolished, and traces the impact of their construction on the life of the city.

7th October – John Elcock
A look at International 06 from a man who has his finger on the pulse and is an advisor on Liverpool’s built environment to a host of national organisations, ‘Millions’ will use an urban walk to discover the people and power behind the new – and the old – Liverpool.

14th Oct , 2pm – Sorcha Carey
‘What might have been….. ‘
Exploring unrealised projects of International 04 and 06. A tour of the city discussing art works that never happened and why.

21st Oct – Phil Morton
‘When was the last time you went somewhere just to hear the sound there?’
A unique opportunity to visit the exhibition through a sound walk, focusing on being there rather than talking about it.

4th November – Paul Sullivan
Paul Sullivan is Director of Static, Liverpool. He is an architect, an artist and writes on the subjects of art, architecture, criticism and current affairs.
Sullivan’s tour will visit the works in the Liverpool Biennial 2006 that have architectural significance. In particular, those works that contribute to the debate of whether or not architecture resides in the drawing or in the building.

11th Nov – Lewis Biggs
Liverpool Biennial’s Director leads a tour of the public realm aspects of International 06 projects.

18th Nov – Ceri Hand
FACT’s Director of Exhibitions leads a tour of the International 06 projects.

25th Nov – Laurence Sillars
Tate Liverpool Curator leads a tour of the International 06 projects.