Niloo Sharifi catches up with internationally renowned artists to get their perspective on the future (and past) of cultural identity.
A roundtable discussion with the artists whose commissioned work features in a new exhibition at dot-art Gallery
The Double Negative's new collection of essays looking at the still unfolding impact of 2008 And All That.
The "secret Lowry" who documented everyday life in Warrington over hundreds of paintings
Our plans for marking 100 issues of the pink pages
ROOT-ed Zine co-founder Amber Akaunu profiles Kiara Mohamed in a touching and honest interview
Moon Kyungwon and Jeon Joonho speak to us about their latest sci-fi video installation coming to Tate Liverpool
Having heroically wrangled the chaos of last year’s Welcome To The Dark Ages, DAISY ERIS CAMPBELL prepares to shoulder her father’s legacy in Pigspurt’s Daughter, a new play that feeds into the narrative of a new counterculture
LightNight promises a transformative series of commissions and public art spectacles to once again bring the city alive with colour
When it opened in 2003 it was the first new arts centre to be built in Liverpool in 60 years; today, FACT is a central pillar of the city’s thriving arts community. Maya Jones considers how this futuristic building sparked a generation of experimentation in film, art and media.
Homotopia takes on the theme of Liberation 50 this year with a programme reflecting on the anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality. Here, the team behind the festival highlight how it shouldn’t take an anniversary to shine a light on LGBT history.
in response to throws up further queries about the nature of sound and vision, inviting musicians to cultivate their own work in response to the Art Nouveau of Alphonse Mucha.
The role of the arts centre has changed markedly over the past century, as communities and our attitudes to the arts morph around them. Julia Johnson begins her look at this interesting phenomenon by focussing on city centre arts hubs The Bluecoat and The Black-E, wondering how they have shaped the city, and the city them.
Celebrate the art of gig and live photography, Shout About It - a music festival crossed with a photo exhibition
An exhibition of protest and placards comes to Constellations this month