The full programme for Liverpool Biennial 2014 has been announced and includes works by Sharon Lockhart, Will Holder and Jef Cornelis, and will open with the performance of a new composition by Michael Nyman commemorating the Hillsborough disaster.
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Three artists have been shortlisted for the seventh annual Liverpool Art Prize.
Final report on LARC’s Thrive programme which tested a new model for embedding the arts and cultural sectors in the processes of social and economic renewal.
As the second edition of Liverpool’s international photography biennial LOOK/13 launches, Director Patrick Henry talks about the world-class programme that’s in store.
Recent decisions on business rates relief due to central government cuts are threatening the future of two studio and gallery spaces in Liverpool.
CAVE is a new artist-led art fair for the city of Liverpool, set to launch during the opening weekend of the 7th Liverpool Biennial in September. We talk to one of its organisers.
October saw the opening of the John Moores Painting Prize 2012. Judges this year are artists Fiona Banner, Angela de la Cruz and George Shaw with Whitechapel Art Gallery Director Iwona Blazwick and Creative director of the BBC, Alan Yentob.
Economic impact assessment of the arts in Liverpool, focusing on the organisations that made up the Liverpool Arts Regeneration Consortium.
Two part document, consisting of conversations with participants of arts projects in North Liverpool, and an in-depth discussion of LARC supported art-interventions in the same city area.
Mapping report commissioned by the Liverpool Arts Regeneration Consortium from Impacts ’08.
Temporary studios can be a useful option for creating project-specific work.
Eddie Berg, Chief Executive and founder of Liverpool-based FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), will depart in March 2005 to become Artistic Director of the National Centre for the Moving Image, London. FACT began in 1988, when Eddie Berg […]
Artist Bill Drummond is twinning Kensington in Liverpool with Kensington in London – through kettles.
Pete Clarke looks back at how the 1999 Biennial in Liverpool, flaws and all, raised some interesting questions that resulted in a new direction for the 2002 event and the shape of things to come.