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Wednesday, 25 April 2012 11:09

AND Festival - OPEN CALL FOR MOVING IMAGE

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AND is currently seeking features, short films and artists moving image.

Wednesday, 25 April 2012 11:04

AND offer Micro Commissions

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micro commissions AND is joining forces with the micro-commissions scheme to support small ideas that have big potential.

Monday, 16 April 2012 14:43

Design Initiative closes after 20 years

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Design Show LiverpoolIt didn't come as news but Design Initiative have closed after 20 years of operation, all the staff left the Liverpool office some time ago and now it is Manchester's turn as the organisation closes completely.  Design Initive started in Liverpool and had some real success, and was a great resource for artists, designers and commissioners. At one point you couldn't start in business as a creative in Liveprool without first visiting LDI, they had access to information which would help you set up and survive that important first year of trading, but not only did it provide advice and guidance then came the workshops and exhibitions, some which drew the eyes of the national media to Liverpool. I remember well in the early years of LDI the BBC Design Awards exhibtion held at the now old but brand new at the time Alham Robarts Learning Resource Centre. Whatever became of Muriel Gray? 

It is hard to say what the first signs of the decline of Design Initiative were but I think they may have over reached when they tried to run activities across the whole of the North West plus afford the rent of two offices in Manchester and Liverpool, growing to fast without consolidating their foundations. However, in recent years it appeared to have a rennaisance with the annual Liverpool Design Festival but alas underneath it all it was not possible for them to afford two offices and at the end it had lost it's way, it's voice in the industry, in fact it had lost it's initiative.   Goodbye LDI I loved you so. 

future-everything2010FutureEverything is nearly upon us and it gets better and better every year,  so below is some news and highlights of the programme. Remember one day all festivals will be made this way. 

 

Sunday, 15 April 2012 22:06

A Culture Less Ordinary

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Audio Voyeur and Rebel Soul present 'A Culture Less Ordinary' - Progressive and eclectic music from a culture operating beyond the parameters of convention.  Paddy Steer and his mothership will be landing in Liverpool for one night only. With support from Americans and DJ Audio Voyeur, the evening promises to be full of strange musical happenings and joyful noise.

A Culture Less Ordinary

Venue: Mello Mello

Date: Saturday 28th April 2012

Time: 8pm

Entry: £3

Saturday, 14 April 2012 07:06

Programme launch for Writing on the Wall Festival

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wow-2012-mediumThe Writing on the Wall festival launches at the beginning of next month and once more they are promising a mix of idelogically challenging content with a daring difference. The programme is linked below take a look and tell us if you agree. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, 06 April 2012 19:01

Liverpool Cafe Scientific - Why Mars?

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whymarsThe next meeting of Liverpool Cafe Scientifique takes place on Tuesday 10th April in the Old Conference Room at the Hope Street Hotel, Hope Street L1. It starts at 7.30pm.
 
It is entitled: Why Mars?
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Visual Art is set to dominate Liverpool this Year as ‘The Liverpool Art Month’ is officially launched.

The Liverpool Art Month is a new initiative aimed at showcasing the city’s artists during the Liverpool Art Prize exhibition.

Liverpool Art Month will bring the city’s artists together in a new series of events and exhibitions that will be spread across a number of exciting and undiscovered locations.  The network of artists and gallery spaces is hoping to attract the region’s art lovers to Liverpool city centre to see the Liverpool Art Prize exhibition alongside the creative emerging talent found in the city’s exciting making spaces.

And there is loads of stuff going on which will make it the richest art month before the Biennial kicks off later this year.


Tuesday, 03 April 2012 20:47

iKAST - 2012 A BROADCAST INTERVENTION THRU ART

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WELCOME to an out of this world perfromance experience as the Castlefield Gallery becomes home to artists, Ronald Fraser-Munroe, Michael Barnes-Wynters and Naomi Kashiwagi - all really highly respected artists who have come together to collaborate on this event 
THURSDAY 5 APRIL, 7-10PM (DOORS 6:30PM) FREE / ALL WELCOME

Before you read the rest of this I must tell you I once travelled in the back of a minivan from Liverpool to Glasgow to see Ronald Fraser-Munroe - so it will be an experience to remember. 
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