Looking for project funding in 2015?
Looking to take that project further than the UK? Then you will be pleased ot hear that Euclid, one of the foremost agencies in the North West are offering webinars on how to access EU funding.
Find out more information below.
The City Speaks is an exciting podcast tour of Liverpool’s history and its people, produced by sound artist Chas de Swiet for DaDaFest International 2014, with Julie McNamara as your guide to Liverpool's history and its people.
It has taken twelve years to get this exhibition up and running at FACT. Originally it started out as a lecture in Germany in the late 90's at Munich University and now it has evolved into an exhibition first shown, in a reduced capacity, in Germany in 2000. There is also a 460 page book, only in German currently, with 900 illustrations where 20 experts contextualise the phenomemon and a 25 hour running time DVD Box set.
If you're interested in what's right or what's wrong with the arts sector in Liverpool then Static Gallery are holding a suitable event for you tonight as a warm up to a further discussion event later in the year.
CURATORSNOISE Festival 2014, gives the best undiscovered creative talent, whoever, wherever you are, a totally unique opportunity to gain international recognition, career opportunities and an audience of millions for their talents.
The Institue Cultural Capital says it's time that we look at this question through a series of events entitled "The Arts Them and Us: creating a more equitable system for subsidised culture"
The ICC has launched its Cultural Dialogues public event series with what promises to be a stimulating debate inspired by the Rebalancing our Cultural Capital report. First published in October 2013, 'Rebalancing' prompted heated reaction on the national distribution of arts funding in England, by highlighting a 'systemic drift of London bias'.