Thursday, October 08, 2015 10:54 AM
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Oye! Arts & Culture
Nine years have passed since Egypt’s literary Nobel laureate died:
A commemoration of the Naguib Mahfouz’s August 30 death, nine years ago, began last week with the launch of Mohamed Salmawy’s Naguib Mahfouz Dialogues (Hiwarat
On July 6th, the organizers of DEMO-GRAPHICS, the biennial art event of the Greater Toronto Area, held a first Think Tank in order to present the ideas behind the event and the main figures leading to its development. The think tank was successful in bringing together many of the GTA's
Santa Monica’s Essentia Showroom presents two New York street artists, Westgard and FLOrE. The artists have shown their work together before and will be showcased in a two-person show named “CALIFORNIA Dreaming.”
For this exhibition, ten of each artist’s solo
I don’t know about you, but Danny Elfman’s score from Tim Burton’s dark 90s fairytale Edward Scissorhandssends goosebumps down my spine. So when we heard about Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures turning the story into a ballet, we couldn’t wait for it to tour to the North West
Christmas came early at the World Museum when the venue was named the best day out for families in the North West in an award voted for by the public.
The Museum based in Liverpool’s St George’s Quarter was shortlisted against four other family attractions in the recent Family Go Live Awards,
A conference held by Edge Hill University’s Institute for Creative Enterprise (ICE) on 4 and 5 September will discuss what ‘independence’ means for and within Liverpool’s creative and cultural sectors.
Paddy Hoey, Lecturer in Media at the University said: “Liverpool has always prided
This weekend, the Bluecoat will be transformed for the resurrection of Above the Beaten Track Festival. Established in 2008, Above the Beaten Track is a celebration of Liverpool’s and Merseyside’s grass roots scene. This year, following a two-year hiatus, the event takes place on
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