Art in Liverpool FM

art in liverpool fm logo webIt's my own personal history project stretching back to 2007 - with hundreds of recorded interviews, podcasts and plays. This section of the site is pretty old so don't expect it to work all the time and ignore it asking for Real Player to be loaded. 

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Tuesday, 15 January 2008 00:00

Art in Liverpool podcast 15 January 2008

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This weeks show features our review of the People’s launch at St. Georges Plateau and of Liverpool the Musical at the new Liverpool Echo Arena. 

Also find out our recommendations of where to go and what to see in the visual arts  

This is just a short list of what is mentioned in the show, to keep up to date with what is on in the visual arts in Liverpool go to the art in Liverpool website

Tuesday, 08 January 2008 23:12

Art in Liverpool podcast - preview of 2008

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  Highlights for 08 This weeks show features our preview of the visual arts in 2008. Find out our recommendations, where to go and what to see. This is just a short list of what is mentioned in the show, to keep up to date with what is on in the visual arts in Liverpool go to the art in Liverpool website

Liverpool Art Prize - presented by artinliverpool.com Opens February 29 to April 10 in the new Contemporary Urban Centre Greenland St. Short list of 6 local artists including the Singh Twins and Imogen Stidworthy. Cornerstone - 'Collected' 5 local art collectors - viewing Jan 10th - Exhibiting work by  Alan Davie, John Hoyland, Paula Rego, John Piper, Ken Kiff, Sir Terry Frost, Patrick Proctor, Chris Orr etc.  People's Launch - January 11th at 20.08pm

 

 

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Update - Subscribe to our Art in Liverpool Newsletter and get an update everytime an episode is published.  Our competition is still open to one of the first 100 people who subscribes they will win a limited edition Tracy Emin bus pass holder.  

Feedback - Let us know what you think about any of our podcasts, feedback to neil‘at’defnetmedia.com.Get involved - If you would like to get involved in some way then let us know.    For the most recent arts news and what’s on in Liverpool go to: www.artinliverpool.com 
 
Bluecoat arts centre Re-opens on March 15th First show was to be Feb - Apr with newly commissioned works from artists associated with bluecoat including a new installation & performance from Yoko Ono.
 
BIG Biennial - Sep 20 - Nov 30 - Subtitled 'Made Up' Includes new Contemporaries and John Moores Prize and Independents.FACT - SK-Interfaces launches the Human Futures programme exploring the idea of skin as a technological interface.   
The Walker - Art in the Age of Steam - Monet, Manet, Van Gogh, Hopper - From April - August
 
Lady Lever Art Gallery - Masterpiece Watercolour & Drawing - Turner, Rossetti, Burne-Jones - June 29 - Nov
Tate- Gustav Klimt - end of May till the end of August Tate Liverpool's 20th Birthday  3-5 May
Liverpool Commissions includes Phil Collins at Afoundation Jump Ship Rat - "Water Water Everywhere" a 60ft hull plus wind 7 hydro energy moving parts.
Strictly Awesome - Artichoke - Sultan's Elephant. September.
Go-Superlambananas - 100 decorated superlambananas around the city look out for them. June - Aug

Hive - Twilight City. 4 high-profile audio-visual performances. Taking place form April - December This show could have gone on and on and many of you are probably thinking that it did, but I had to cut out My Bloody Valentine playing this week in Manchester, The Fresh Festival at the Philharmonic, my brother's birthday -hello,Audio Vision in September,  Ian's ice skating, the big bell at the Cathedral and the strange complaints that Ian receives from people via his website - aren't you lucky.     

Feedback - Let us know what you think about any of our podcasts, feedback to neil‘at’defnetmedia.com or Get involved - If you would like to get involved in some way then let us know.     

A big thank you to FACT Cafe and 33-45 Parr St.

 

Ian Jackson Ian has been running the Art in Liverpool website www.artinliverpool.com for over 4 years and produces a weekly enewsletter covering everything that goes on in the visual arts in Liverpool. He has a myspace page and facebook profile.        
For the most recent arts news and what’s on in Liverpool go to: www.artinliverpool.com    

 

Friday, 28 December 2007 00:00

The Horror Series

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This track contains all three audio files: Priest, Stalk and Childkiller. Performed by Mike Field, Julie Jones and Neil Morrin. Written by Paul Tarpey of Defnet Media, performed at MuseumMan, 68 Rodney Street, Liverpool.  Additional audio a.P.A.t.T - www.apatt.com

 

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Each of the 3 tracks have been published separately on this site so you can listen separately on iTunes. 

Background 

These stories emerged from a conversation with a.P.A.t.T, who had been looking to set up a performance of ghost stories with a different musician in different rooms of a house. We started to work together on a project where people would wander around the house and hear and see a different story within each room.

The works originally were intended to add flavour and atmosphere alongside video and music. If you walked into the room you would hear, not a story, just fragments of someones life and fears.

The limits of space and time meant that it became a  performance in one situation, so they had to develop into stories with varying success.

They were performed with music from a.P.A.t.T and video from Adam and Tamasine Seibold in March 2006 at MuseumMan Gallery, 68 Rodney Street, which is no longer with us sadly.

Friday, 28 December 2007 00:00

The Horror Series - Priest

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This track is entitled Priest, performed by Mike Field. Written by Paul Tarpey of Defnet Media, performed at MuseumMan, 68 Rodney Street, Liverpool.  Additional audio a.P.A.t.T - www.apatt.com

 

 
 
 
 
 
Or download here (right click and Save as)

 

Each of the 3 tracks have been published separately on this site so you can listen separately on iTunes.  

Friday, 28 December 2007 00:00

The Horror Series - Stalk

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This track is entitled Stalk, performed by Julie Jones. Written by Paul Tarpey of Defnet Media, performed at MuseumMan, 68 Rodney Street, Liverpool.  Additional audio a.P.A.t.T - www.apatt.com

 

  or download here (Right click and Save as)

 

 

Each of the 3 tracks have been published separately on this site so you can listen separately on iTunes.   

Friday, 28 December 2007 00:00

The Horror Series - Childkiller

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This track is entitled Child killer, performed by Neil Morrin. Written by Paul Tarpey of Defnet Media, performed at MuseumMan, 68 Rodney Street, Liverpool.  Additional audio a.P.A.t.T - www.apatt.com

 

 

 

 

 or download here (right click and Save as)

Each of the 3 tracks have been published separately on this site so you can listen separately on iTunes. 

They were performed with music from a.P.A.t.T and video from Adam and Tamasine Seibold in March 2006 at MuseumMan Gallery, 68 Rodney Street, which is no longer with us sadly.

Thursday, 20 December 2007 21:14

Art in Liverpool Podcast - 22 December 2007

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Ian Jackosn and Paul spent the week strolling around the ALTURNERTIVE Show at the four venues across Liverpool before we recorded this weeks Art in Liverpool podcast featuring arts news in the week ahead. It's going to be a pretty quiet week as it is coming up to Christmas but lets see what is on view. Again you'll have to forgive the low production values and of course my beautiful singing at the beginning, but this is what is on show. Leaf - Static Gallery - www.leafcafe.co.uk  - features the excellent coffee of Leaf Lady Lever Art Gallery www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/ladylever/ 

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FACT -  www.fact.co.uk - Fireworks by Ian Rawlinson and Nick Crow And more information about the Liverpool "Ice" Rink at St. Georges Hall and the Great George bell at the Anglican Cathedral. I hope you enjoy our first show - Long may they reign and let's hope they get better. If you would like to take part in a show then letus know.  For the most recent art news and what's on in Liverpool goto: http://www.artinliverpool.com Finally a big thank you to Leaf and Static for putting up with us.

Tracy Emin Bus pass holder - Competition Defnet Media's competition is still open to one of the first 100 people who subscribe to the DefNet Media enewsletter. One of you will win a limited edition bus pass holder, simply subscribe to our enewsletter and one of those lucky 100 will win this outstanding prize. Here are some pictures, of the prize which has fetched £50 on ebay.

Ian and Minako Jackson     Ian runs the Art in Liverpool website www.artinliverpool.com . He has been running the website for over 4 years and produces a weekly newsletter covering everything that goes on in the arts in Liverpool. Ian has a myspace page and facebook profile.        

Feedback Let us know what you think about any of our podcasts, please feedback to neil 'at' defnetmedia.com and if you would like to get involved in some way then let us know as we always try and read out the emails we have received.  

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