Wednesday, October 22, 2014 07:24 PM
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Oye! Arts & Culture
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
Liverpool artist Laurence Payot was commissioned last year by Bedford Creative Arts to create Dunstable Wind Charming Day, a new folklore celebration with the people of Dunstable. This year, Laurence has extended the project following a year of research.
In a bid to establish a
Liverpool’s World Museum is set to host the Page to Stage Festival for six of its fourteen day run this September.
The Treasure House Theatre is one of Liverpool hidden gems and is virtually unknown amongst the theatre-going public. Hidden away on the first floor of the Museum, the ninety-seat
Music legends Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark are to play an exclusive concert at the Museum of Liverpool.
OMD have just celebrated 35 years in music and will mark the occasion with the intimate gig in their home city.
The special show will take place on Saturday 1 November in the
Whilst making my way to see the John Moores Painting Prize 2014, I am stopped in my tracks – situated behind the tall black curtain in the centre of the room, is something generating noise. I can hear the sounds of a city; traffic, conversation, movement, all accompanied by music. Unaware of what
As many of you have probably already heard, Liverpool Academy of Arts, a venue which has earned its place on the Liverpool art scene through 25 years hard work and devotion to local artists, is set to be closed down. For a brand new gallery for the city? No. For much-needed artist studios and
Do you have faith in your local police department?