As part of the North area Creative Case for Diversity work, Liverpool-based 20 Stories High were asked to organise and lead a series of seminars to enable National portfolio organisations to convene sector-led discussions around the programme. Continue reading
The warm and the cold is a project run by arts organisation arthur+martha, led by poet Phil Davenport and artist Lois Blackburn, with support from National Lottery funded Grants for the arts scheme. For the project, homeless people in Manchester have been telling their stories with needle and thread and embroidering the words onto a patchwork quilt which will be exhibited at Manchester’s Holden Gallery until 18 December.
A number of Arts Council Unlimited commissions were shown in Liverpool between 21-31 August as part of DaDaFest 2012. We took the opportunity to make some short films about three of those commissions while they were being presented in Liverpool. You can now watch and listen to those films and find out more about the Unlimited projects of Laurence Clark, Fittings MultiMedia Arts and Rachel Gadsden. Continue reading
Disability Arts and Culture has grown over the last 30 years into a discernibly confident and accomplished artistic movement of expression around experiences of disability. DaDaFest was the first and is now the most comprehensive and challenging festival of Disability and Deaf Arts in the world.
The programme for the seventh and biggest ever Liverpool Biennial has been unveiled as the city prepares to engage in a celebration of contemporary art.
The festival, which runs from September 15 to November 25, covers a number of venues across Liverpool and contributes in the region of £27 million to the city’s economy.
As part of the 2011 Liverpool Design Festival, dot-art is
delighted to be exhibiting a selection of prints by nationally and
internationally exhibited artist and photographer Alistair J Parker, whose
striking and intriguing work is represented by galleries in London, Manchester