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NEWSThe new Liverpool City Council Quartertly Seasonal guide is out, and only 1 week left to nominate for the Liverpool Art Prize (closes 22 Jan)
- Commission opportunities for New Cultural Journeys
- Nominations Open for the Lottery Arts Projects Awards 2010
- Chinese New Year 2010
- Time to Play – Opportunity for Disabled Artists
- Go Penguins Auction, 4 Feb 2010. Tickets on Sale
- Call for Entries – National Sculpture Prize 2010, Bluecoat Display Centre
An exciting year ahead (as always!) with the Afro Modern at Tate and related exhibitions and events at Walker, Bluecoat, METAL etc. then the Liverpool Art Prize, Picasso at the Tate, Lautrec at the Walker, Global Studios at the Bluecoat.
Hopefully Open Eye will re-open, then we have the Biennial which will of course be massive!
The title for Ceri Hand Gallery’s inaugural 2010 exhibition is taken from the song “Spasticus Autisticus,” penned by the legendary Ian Dury of the band Ian Dury and the Blockheads. Curated by Jota Castro & Christian Viveros-Fauné. Exhibition details
The exhibition will feature artwork by: Loz Blackman, John Ford, Richard Foster, Paul Fulton, Andrew March, Lee McCarthy, Christine Physick and Lauren Reis
Exhibition 15-30 January 2010
The Gallery, Clayton Sq. Shopping Centre. Are you Mad About Liverpool? This Open Exhibition explores all art types looking closely at the City of Liverpool! Presented by Madelainartz.
An exhibition of paintings by the renowned Guyanese artist Aubrey Williams. The exhibition includes a selection of Williams’ vibrant large scale oil paintings. Exploring an eclectic range of inspiration from Mayan motifs to the work of composer Russian Shostakovich, his work is intensely alive with colour and motion. Exhibition details
Willard Wigan, MBE, the British artist who famously makes sculptures that fit in the eye of a needle returns to Liverpool’s Hard Days Night Hotel in January 2010 after a triumphant US tour that has seen his work being exhibited in Los Angeles, Hollywood, Chicago, Houston, Las Vegas and currently in Washington DC.
This brand new exhibition of photography taken in one of the UK's oldest and most iconic department stores reveals a world that has been hidden since the 5th floor was closed to the public in the early 1980s. Local photographer Stephen King has beautifully captured the faded glamour of the hair salon, cafeteria and restaurant which were the epitome of style when they opened on Lewis's 5th floor in the 1950s. Exhibition details