Musicians looking to get a step up in their career have the chance to shine as part of Merseyrail Sound Station. The annual Sound Station Prize is drawing to a close with a special festival day taking place across three Merseyrail Station on Saturday 22nd October.
The Festival Day, taking place at Southport, Liverpool Central and Hoylake, is the last chance for musicians to record their entry to be in with a chance of performing at the final in November.
Those wanting to book a place on the Festival Day should send a message to Merseyrail Sound Station via their Facebook page.
A landmark talent development and commissioning programme supported by Arts Council England through its Ambition for Excellence scheme has been announced by FutureEverything. The Manchester based arts and technology festival announce the opening of the application period for FAULT LINES on Friday 7th October.
FACT LIverpool will be launching a new project and app this coming Wednesday with what sounds like some sort of transactional app utilising digital currency and real live people. The A Moeda project, an experiment which will attempt to send digital coins on a journey around the world using cutting edge technology.
A MOEDA presents a model where humans are vehicles for coins, and coins are vehicles for humans.
The Snowflake Trail returns for a third year on 1 December 2016 and Open Culture CIC and Liverpool BID Company are once again seeking proposals from artists and creative organisations to design and decorate fibreglass snowflakes to form part of the trail.
Liverpool Irish Festival returns in October with a programme of culture, performance, films, music and talks. It runs from .
Liverpool Central Library will host a unique opportunity for visitors to meet artists who make ‘book art’ and to buy directly from them on 8 and 9 July.
Founded by former Chairman of the Bluecoat Simon Ryder, the fair is now in its third year. Works for sale include cards and hand-crafted notebooks; limited editions of books of text and illustration; hand-made papers; and unique book sculptures. Prices range from around £5 into the hundreds.
This weekend, Liverpool’s Churchill Flyover will close in the first of a series of summer takeovers. On Sunday 3rd July, coinciding with the Liverpool to Chester Bike Ride, it’s an afternoon of food, music and entertainment with an acoustic picnic, with a morning of cycling and stop offs.
FREE LIVERPOOL RADICAL FILM FESTIVAL STARTS THURSDAY.
Banned films, banned film makers
4 Days of radical film and discussion
All events free
Organised by local volunteers
Thursday 22nd Oct to Sunday 25th
The Brilliant 20 Stories High and aren't you lucky to have them on your doorstep, have an Opprtunity for young people want to improve their skills as Young Rappers, MC’s, Poets, Spoken Word Artists.
All of us know someone or have some mental health issues on some level. A failing capitalist society makes us very unhealthy indeed. We are in a time of 'hyper attentiveness', always being connected to a screen based world. It is also a time of great efficiency with our technology, a kind of Utopia.
Sound City are running some workshop this January on Music and the Media. They have a handful of saces available for digital and creative SMEs to take part in the Developing Digital and Creative Industry Business programme - read on to find out more.
It looks like LOOK the Liverpool based Photographer festival will be back in Town later this year after they succeeded in recieving funding from Arts Council England for another fine outing.
It's only a short run this time from Friday 15-Sunday 31 May 2015 so be sure to look out for it...... really sorry about that.
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.