The Liverpool Art Prize is back this spring from 27 April – 9 June to celebrate its fifth anniversary. The prestigious exhibition is presented at Metal, based at Edge Hill Station, and will showcase some of the best creative, cutting-edge talent in Liverpool today.
The exhibition will feature the work of four artists, chosen from over 60 applications by the expert judging panel. The shortlisted artists are Wallasey-based audio and installation artist ,Alan Dunn; graffiti artist and painter, Tomo; filmmaker, photographer and installation artist, Robyn Woolston and the independently published drawing newspaper, The Drawing Room by curators, designers and publishers, Jon Barraclough and Mike Carney.
Press Release continues below - if you look hard on this site there is loads of audio work from Alan as part of Art in Liverpool FM
In response to overwhelming demand, ACME announce that they are adding two additional workshops to this season’s CPD programme. Both workshops are FREE but registration is required.
The Liverpool element of the North West Visual Arts Open takes place from 2 to 3 March 2012, with an exciting programme of free public events taking place in galleries across the city. Two further North West Open Arts weekends are planned in Manchester and Cumbria/Lancashire in April and May this year.
Like you, we care passionately about the arts and culture scene in Liverpool, so we thought we would put together a few suggestions of things to do this week and what's coming up soon. It is of course mostly what we're interested in but I hope you like them to.
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More Performance art at The Bluecoat, this time with Craig Sinclair from Lovecraft. Check it!!!!
The Winter Arts Market at St George’s Hall, Liverpool - Sat 3rd & Sun 4th December 2011, 10am-5pm
The Winter Arts Market, Liverpool’s largest arts and craft market just got bigger; the festive shopping extravaganza will run for 2 days on the first weekend in December. Visitors will find the widest selection of handmade artworks, crafts and gifts whilst enjoying the stunning surroundings of St George’s Hall, a Grade I listed heritage site.
Organised by Merseyside ACME and Delivered by David Parrish, Creative Finance is a one-day workshop designed specifically for enterprises in the creative, cultural and digital industries. This interactive workshop will help creative entrepreneurs to manage profitability, cash flow and pricing as their businesses grow.
OLD TVs and MILK/BEER CRATES NEEDED FOR DOUGLAS GORDON ARTWORK at the Terminal Convention, Static Gallery.
Can you drop them off today Saturday 29 October -10am - 12noon
Dan Lynch interviewed John O'Shea about his project Pigs Bladder Football which was commissioned by the And Festival.
Dan has been reviewing the AND Festival for All Points North, the first part of his review is available now and the second part will be coming soon.
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The Abandon Normal Devices festival took place in Liverpool recently, from September 29th to October 2nd. I was lucky enough to be there and while I'd attended some smaller AND events before, I had little idea of what to expect. Nevertheless I dove into various exhibits, discussions and performances over the weekend.