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Monday, 30 November 2009 23:11

Make do and mend

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HAVE YOURSELF A THRIFTY LITTLE CHRISTMAS AT THE BLUECOAT
“Make do and mend this Christmas,” says Landbaby owner Claire Bates as she launches new workshops teaching people how to create hand-made gifts and decorations.
Interview with Claire Bates in her Landbaby shop at the Bluecoat this late Thursday evening
about 'make do and mend', 'thrifty christmas', 'corsage workshops' and other crafty stuff.
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Friday, 20 November 2009 22:21

Ann Bukantas talks about David Hockney

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Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy

Ian caught up with Ann Bukantas as this famous picture was unveiled at the Walker Art Gallery earlier in the week.

David Hockne y’s famous painting Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy which is on loan until late January 2010. This painting was short-listed for the title of ‘Greatest Painting in Britain’ in a 2005 poll launched by the BBC’s Today programme.

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Halifax born Dudley Edwards was in Liverpool last week to open his exhibtion at 3345 on Parr Street, He gave up his time to discuss the inspiration for his work - fair grounds as these were the only places you could hear rock and roll at a suitable volume and the swining sixities where there were only 40-50 people at the core. Plus his first sale to renowned photographer David Bailey.
Halifax born Dudley Edwards was in Liverpool last week to open his exhibtion at 3345 on Parr Street. He gave up his time to discuss the inspiration for his work "fair grounds" as these were the only places you could hear Rock'n Roll at a suitably high volume. Plus his first sale to renowned photographer David Bailey.

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xxxIan Jackson from artinliverpool.com caught up with Al and Al at the opening of the exhibition to discuss the ideas behind XXX: Get off at Edge Hill

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'The sense of sight' Annie Louisa SwynnertonWorks by some of history’s most celebrated women artists are featured in a compelling new exhibition at the Walker Art Gallery.

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Saturday, 17 October 2009 08:48

Tony Phillips - Shrine

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Interview with Tony Philips in the Victoria Museum and Gallery, in place of the Art in Liverpool podcast.
Tony discusses his work "Shrine to the 20th century" and the objects he has used from the University within his work.

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Friday, 30 October 2009 13:15

Defiant Liverpool

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News From NowhereNews From Nowhere has represented a defiant independence in Liverpool now for thirty five years. It has stood by and watched similar ventures collapse, and managed to seem invulnerable. Of course anything built with a radical motif is very vulnerable, and it has been hit hard by recession, internet shopping and possibly by Liverpool Council's determination to sanitise the city.

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Thursday, 08 October 2009 12:44

Pete Clarke discusses his work at VGM

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pete clarkeIan Jackson from artinliverpool.com talks to artist Pete Clarke who's work is currently on show at the Victoria Gallery and Museum.

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Wednesday, 30 September 2009 22:12

Dave Poland talks about his work Top Shop

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Dave poland Ian Jackson from artinliverpool.com talks to artist Dave Poland and asks him about the inspiration behind his recently completed commission to decorate Top Shop's flag ship store in Liverpool One.

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Monday, 31 August 2009 14:40

Sound and Vision podcast from NML

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Francesco MellinaThe exhibition is now over but National Museums Liverpool have produced this podcast with Curator Pauline Rushton and photographer Francesco Mellina, they talk about the 'Sound and Vision' exhibition of photographs of Liverpool music and fashion, 1978-82

 A 'Sound and Vision' exhibition talk from National Museums Liverpool Podcast

 

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