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Im collaboration with artinliverpool.com, Defnet Media presents the weekly Art in Liverpool podcast. With news from the Liverpool arts world, reviews from the past weeks shows and a what's on guide to the week ahead.
This weeks podcast covers Garston’s Cultural Embassy, Klimt at Tate Liverpool, Variable Capital at the Bluecoat and Macca at Anfield. Plus news about what’s on and what’s coming up in the arts in Liverpool.
We are back after a short break to bring you the cultural highlights of the past to weeks and to let you know what is coming up.
A complete round up of what’s taking place in the visual arts in Liverpool.
This week saw the reopening of the Bluecoat Display Centre back in it’s rightful place at the back of the Bluecoat Garden, it’s opening show ‘Gabriele Koch and Robin Welch - The Elisabeth Zuckerman Memorial Exhibition’ it shares with it’s other space Display Centre 2 on Hanover Street.
A complete round up of visual arts in Liverpool week by weekThis week sees Liverpool go Super Lamb Banana crazy just before a hectic weekend of shows and events from Design Show Liverpool, Africa Oye, Changover at Site, Open Source City and much more. Read Listen Enjoy.
A complete round up of the visual arts in Liverpool. “Broadcast Live” from the Liverpool Design Show, with interviews with Design Initiative, Ross from Soundnetwork about Open Source City and Milk2Sugars behind “Your Show” at Red Wire. Plus what’s coming up this week.
This weeks show covers; Ian reviews Changeover at Site 68 Hope Street by Rebecca Key, Robin Woolston at Curve Gallery Victoria Street with an interesting exhibition about consumerism.
The John Moores University degree show is still on at various venues around Slater Street, with a fresh show probably given a bit more freedom by the spaces in which they are presented.
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the Korea based Cho Theatre will be at the Edge Hill Pavillion part of Metal, with performances of the Angel and the Wood Cutter.
On the Wirral the Lady Lever Gallery presents Masterpieces, watercolours and drawings - An exhibition witch traces the history of the William Hesketh Collection, with work by Turner, Burn Jones etc.Next WeekAt the Contemporary Urban Centre is an exhibition by 40 artists including some celebrities. They present Go Pink 08, to raise awareness of Cancer, it continues until the 1st JulyAnd finally the Ceri Hand Gallery opens, situated on Cotton Street it promises to be a great addition to the Liverpool art scene. The inaugural show is a group show of 10 artists work and continues until the 4th July. Newsletters: Subscribe to our Art in Liverpool Newsletter and get an update everytime an episode is published.
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This weeks show covers - Fire at the Bluecoat!, Futuresonic, Nexus at Edge Hill, Tate’s Birthday, Dream in St Helens and much much more.
Late Update: no private view for Variable Capital
Ian’s been taking down the Liverpool Art Prize - which took longer than expected but did manage to get along to Domino Gallery, which has a great exhibition called ‘The Other Side of Paris’ photos by Kate McLean. Futuresonic on 1st and 2nd May The Digital art show is still available online at http://www.digitalartshow.co.uk, then launch of Nexus at Edge Hill with Billy Bragg and Les Dennis in attendance; Tate’s 20th Birthday with thousands attending over the weekend, and a sighting of Lewis Biggs and Christophe Grunenberg dancing in the Magnet to Northern Soul. The launch of St Helens Dream by Jaume Plensa, see pictures at picasaweb.google.com/defnetmedia
Find out about this weekends Streets Ahead festival, News from the fringe festival and Ian reviews Ken Martin, Trevor Skempton and Mike Absalom at View Two plus the usual news previews and reviews. Find out about the Eyes and Ears exhbition along with Trevor Skempton’s 08 Logo’s and the launch of Around the city in 80 Pubs.
This weeks show features -
Arts Matter: The pool of Life’ by the Singh Twins at the Bluecoat; 7 @ The Anglican Cathedral; Changing Eight at Cornerstone Gallery; The Beatles backstage and behind the scenes at CBS at the Beatles Story; Norman Ackroyd at Editions; the Pendleburys at Gostins. A short podcast this week but still with all the usual news, views and reviews.
We discuss the Asia art Triennial in Manchester, our favourite places, the Adrian Henri exhibition at the New Slaughterhouse Gallery in Garston, Wolstenholm Sq show Sixth Sense, Site at 68 Hope Street, Editions with Norman Ackroyd and the Open Eye show featuring Anne Collier. More….
And much much more.Listen again to our special podcast - which came straight from the from the heart of the Bluecoat. We discussed the Blueocat opening, the wishing tree and the all important question on the arts scene in Liverpool at the moment - the Bluecoat garden. Also featuring interviews with artists Alec Finlay and Hew Locke.
The New slaughterhouse Gallery opening exhibition by Adrian Henri, the Martha Rosler Library at the Site; 3 printmakers including Norman Ackroyd at Editions; One Step Forward, One Step Back by dreamthinkspeak at the Anglican Cathedral; Saturday at the Grange - ‘People and Love’ with Sarah Nicholson, Alex Simpson and Richard Ashworth. - There is more information in the show notes below.
Listen again to our special podcast - which came straight from the from the heart of the Bluecoat. We discussed the Bluecoat opening, the wishing tree and the all important question on the arts scene in Liverpool at the moment - the Bluecoat garden. Also featuring interviews with artists Alec Finlay and Hew Locke.
This weeks show features - what’s on and what’s coming up in the Liverpool’s arts scene. AND IT’S ANOTHER BIG ONE
Ian’s reviews - Art in the Age of Steam at the Walker Art Gallery - Al & Al Eternal Youth at FACT - Richard Meaghan at View Two - Art Market at the Piazza - Rob Davies at Albert Dock - there’s more information in the show notes.
Opening Thursday 24th Sikhs in Print - Sikh Heritage at St George’s Hall,Curated by the Singh Twins - This exhibition of historical imagery offers a fascinating view of how the Sikh community has been depicted in print from the mid 19th to the mid 20th century.
The Bank holiday approaches and there is loads of stuff going on this weekend so find out what’s on and what’s coming up in the Liverpool’s arts scene. And find out details on how to win tickets to see Tony Benn at the Liverpool Philharmonic.
This week Ian reviews Bluecoat Display Centre’s west meets west exhibition, Shankly at the Olympia, Terry Duffy at the Walker, four artists at the people’s Centre and we talk about the great day we had at the fantastic Rotunda Pavillion.
You can see my pictures from the launch of the Rotunda Pavillion or Folly here. This will open in a new window.
This week Ian has a great competition coming up to win a pair of tickets to see Tony Benn at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall find out more detail in the podcast. This weeks there is the launch of the Edge Hill pavillion on Friday evening and on Saturday they are having a fun day for all the family which may include volunteering for an ESP experiment, also this weekend Tate’s 20th Birthday and Futuresonic in Manchester, Tatton Park biennial and the Shrew artists group show in Birkenhead Pavillion - everyone is getting a pavillion these days - Ben Johnson’s Liverpool Cityscape is complete so listen again to Ian’s interview with Ben. All this and more of what’s coming up in Liverpool.
This weeks show features - what’s on at the moment and what’s coming up in the Liverpool’s visual arts scene.
An extended show this week as Bryan Biggs, artistic director of the Bluecoat comes in to talk to us.
Coming up - Ian has been working hard on the Liverpool Art Prize at the Urban Cultural Centre (NOVAS) which opened on the the Thursday 28 February - open till 7 May
Liverpool Art Prize has been a great success, with over 500 visitors including Phil Redmond. The opening was broadcast live on BBC Northwest Tonight and Ian was interviewed on Dean Sullivan’s show on city talk fm. Please vote for the People’s Choice before end of Saturday 8 March. The Awards will be announced on Sunday 9 March 3pm in the Contemporary Urban Centre.
This weeks show features - what’s on at the moment and what’s coming up in the Liverpool’s arts scene.
This weeks show highlights the Liverpool Art Prize 2008 and we talk to Pete Moser, director of More Music about the Long Walk project.
The Liverpool Art Prize at the Urban Cultural Centre (NOVAS) is open till 7 May
Coming up This weekend sees the Long Walk in Liverpool on the 15 and 16 March at Cornerstone at Hope University, produced by award winning More Music, their director Pete Moser discusses the project. Listen to the interview in the pod. Tickets are available through the Philharmoonic Box office.
Just Opened Hawkins & Co at Novas Contemporary Urban Centre
Open to the public till 5th May