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Tuesday, 06 October 2009 12:50

Art in Liverpool podcast 6 October 2009

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Splashy comes to town, along with Rothko and Michael Landy plus last week in the Visual Arts in Liverpool

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NEWS have decided on their Go-Penguin designer and the name of the beast - Splashy will be designed by Julie Dodd. I've been trying to encourage Ian to do a Splashy blog which will be so cute for children to follow as it develops. 

There’s more details about the Liverpool Design Festival 2009 on their website now.

The festival runs from 30 October to 8 November 2009. It includes exhibitions and events at various venues with the major event being the Eco Design Show in the Crypt of Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral from Friday 30 October to Sunday 1 November

The Eco Design Show will feature interior products, ceramics, furniture, lighting, jewellery and fashion. The event showcases work from established designers, like key exhibitor Sarah Thirlwell and up and coming young designers like Catherine Quinn and Fiona McAlear.


joyousIt's a machine week what with Joyous Machines at Tate and Tony Philips 20th Century focussed work at Tate Hall at Victoria Gallery and Museum.  Also at VGM Pete Clarke - you can listen out for a couple of audio files of Ian's interview with Pete and Tony later this week. Plus this week has seen The Contemporary Urban Centre relaunch itself



VIEWING: Crepuscule

crepuscule-100WEDNESDAY 7 October, 19.00 - 21.00 at Ye Cracke 
Strange Attractors present 'Crepuscule', the third open art exhibition features original works by local artists. Exhibition details Please emailThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for invite, as there is a guest list due to constraints of space etc.  

OPENS: "Glimpses of Light"

christine-100WEDNESDAY 7 October 2009 at Norton Priory
New exhibition of Abstract Colour Paintings by Christine O'Reilly Wilson
The canvas is flooded with vibrant colour. Paint is applied in thin translucent layers that build up the intensity and opaque appearance of the base layer. Contrasting paint is sponged, poured, and dripped down the surface. The canvas is scored to reveal what is beneath; giving a history to the construction of the image. The whole process is an attempt to relate the human experience by means of the pure aesthetics of abstract colour.  Exhibition details

VIEWING: ‘Urban Evolution’ by Anne Desmet

tilestesselations-100THURSDAY 8 October, 18.00 - 20.00 at Cornerstone Gallery 
‘Urban Evolution’ features a broad range of work made by Anne Desmet in the last ten years demonstrating her fascination with the built environment. Her remarkable depictions of buildings and cities contain recurring themes of urban decay and renewal. Exhibition details




soup-egg-100THURSDAY 8 October, 18.00 - 21.00 at Eggspace (Egg Cafe) 
'Soup' is the name of a collective of contemporary artists working in diverse artistic disciplines who are all employees with Tate Liverpool. The group also represents leading studios in the city. With Representatives from Red Wire Studio, Elevatior Artists Studios and Arena Studios Gallery, the work features a range of medias - printmaking, painting, ceramics, sculpture and photography.  Venue details

EVENT: Big Draw at NML Venues

liv-big-draw-100The Big Draw at NML Venues - October 2009
This October the Big Draw celebrates its tenth birthday, and National Museums Liverpool invites you to join the celebration with an exciting line-up of FREE events to get you drawing.
From  Egyptian figure drawing to Victorian portraits, there’s a world of inspiration at National Museums Liverpool’s FREE events.


EVENT: The Big Draw, Liverpool

liv-big-draw-100Liverpool's Big Draw - October 2009
Many free events are planned throughout October at FACT, the Bluecoat, Tate Liverpool, and National Museums Liverpool inspiring young and older minds alike to get scribbling... so join the birthday celebrations when you can release your hidden creative talent!

EVENT: The Big Draw, St Helens

logoSt Helens Big Draw - 10 October 2009
As part of the national Campaign for Drawing, St.Helens Council are inviting young and old to take part in their free Big Draw event on Saturday 10th October between 11.00am and 3.00pm in The Godfrey Pilkington Art Gallery and Central Library.


EVENT: The Big Draw at Williamson Art Gallery

big-draw-100SUNDAY 11 October 2009, 11.00 - 16.00 at Williamson Art Gallery 
A day of getting stuck in with one of the fundamentals of art - drawing in many different forms. open to all. This years event will include lots of different artists from the merseyside area working in different parts of the gallery. So come and join us for the Big Draw!  Venue details


jp-day-bluecoat-100SUNDAY 11 October 2009 12.00 - 17.00 at the Bluecoat 
Sunday 11 October 2009 marks the 5th anniversary of John Peel's last live broadcast for BBC Radio. To celebrate the legacy of one of Merseyside's favourite sons the Bluecoat invites you to come and be the DJ for the day!













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