Derek Hatton (Degsy) to appear at Liverpool’s Writing on the Wall Festival on Saturday 14th May
Derek’s back and he’s sure to provoke a debate! Derek became the face of 1980’s militancy as one of the ‘47’ councillors who took on Thatcher in 1984 and put himself on the line when surcharged and banned from office by the House of Lords.
Magnum Professional Practice Talk, at the International Slavery Museum, Liverpool. 4-5 June, 2011.
Originated as a response to the changing nature of the photography market, Magnum's Professional Practice events deliver impartial guidance on a wide range of imaging industries.
Liverpool SciBar – 3rd May 2011
Learning the secrets of scarless wound healing and tissue regeneration
At the next edition of SciBar in Liverpool, Professor Enrique Amaya of The Healing Foundation Centre at the University of Manchester, will discuss how an understanding of the molecular and cellular mechanisms responsible for wound healing in frog embryos may be used to improve wound healing and tissue regeneration in human patients.
It's just over a week away from the Liverpool Music Barcamp - a free one day conference taking place at Studio 2 on Parr Street.
The conference or Barcamp is presented in an open source style where attendees are encouraged to get up and present their own talks or workshops.
In less than 3 weeks moves - International Festival of Movement on Screen will unfurl a compelling programme of experimental cinema and inspiring video art in the Northwest of England. ONSCREEN | ONSITE | ONLINE
At this next edition of SciBar in Liverpool, Dr Louise Dennis, Post-Doctoral Researcher in the Login and Computation Group at the University of Liverpool, will discuss the concept of reasoning in computers.
The largest celebration of working people on the planet takes place in Liverpool next month (22nd - 30th April) as a 9 day festival of song, music, arts, theatre, poetry, cinema, photography, discussion, and walking tours takes place. The Working Class Life & Music Festival will feature 45 different events right across the city of Liverpool celebrating the lives and experiences of working people.
Today Twitter brought down the Arts Council webserver - it didn't, it was simply a power cut in Manchester.
Today the Arts Council destroyed the Arts in England - NO that didn't happen either. The arts organisations are suffering, along with the staff, the real people who work hard and the artistic programmes but in the long term everyone just gets on with the job of work.
In Liverpool we have seen 11% cuts portrayed as a good result and they maybe when compared against the likes of Urban Strawberry Lunch who run the St. Lukes Church aka the bomby getting cut completely.