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Friday 13th March
Third Year Fine Art & Design Degree Students Annual Auction
March in The Great Hall,
Cornerstone Building, Liverpool
Doors Open and refreshments served from 5.30pm.
Auction starts at 6.30pm.
It is an exciting event
in which Third Year Students and University
Staff donate their artwork to be auctioned to raise funds for the
forthcoming Fine Art and Design Degree Show in May.
Art work to be auctioned
is of an eclectic mix, incorporating Painting,
Digital Image Making, Metal , Photography, Sculpture, Ceramics,
Textiles, Printmaking and Wood.
The event is to be hosted
by the entertaining auctioneer Paul
O’keeffe, so why not join us for a very enjoyable evening.
It is an opportunity
not to be missed!
For directions of how
to get to The Cornerstone Building please visit
Liverpool Hope University,
The Cornerstone , 1 Haigh Street, Liverpool,
Tel : 0151 291 3997, Fax : 0151 291 3191
E-mail : email@example.com ,
Web - www.hope.ac.uk/cornerstonegallery
Friday March 13
until May 4th, 2009
Liverpool Art Prize
Urban Centre, Liverpool
in our new gallery space, the crypt.
The exhibition opens Friday March 13 until May 4th. The awards ceremony will
take place on
Wednesday April 22nd 2009.
For more information on who is nominated please visit http://www.liverpoolartprize.com/
Novas Scarman Group
Contemporary Urban Centre,
41-51 Greenland Street,
Liverpool, L1 0BS
13th March 2009
of the hand writes before the thought” &
“ CLEANSING the HOUSE WITH INK”
@ FACT, Liverpool
A collaboration based on artworks
by Thomas Jacobi
Poems by Dave Ward/Greygoose
Translations by Yupin Chung
Gu-Zheng (Chinese harp) by Zilan Liao
Voice by Eleanor Rees
FRIDAY 13TH MARCH 2009
5.00pm – 6.00pm
“ Climate for Change”
Wood Street, Liverpool
17 March - 3 April 2009
WASTE into ART
@ Liverpool Academy
Group exhibition including
also work by guest artist Nicole Bartos.Curated
by Red Dot.
11th - 30h March 2009
Terry Duffy - MONUMENTS
@ Liverpool Anglican Cathedral
11th - 30h March 2009
Open daily 9.00am to 6.00pm.
Preview: Wednesday 11th March
6.00pm - 7.30pm.
MONUMENTS has now been installed for a short period at Liverpool
Cathedral before it goes on tour to London and then onto Venice
during the Biennale in June. This is the last chance to see this
imposing work within this new important location.
MONUMENTS responds uniquely to each new location with a different
title and narrative. At Martins Bank Liverpool it was entitled
'Without history there is no future'. In Venice it will also
physically change in response to the Pallazo Contrini. This exhibition
at Liverpool Cathedral was by kind invitation of the Dean and
Chapter of Liverpool Cathedral for a period specifically during
Lent and in response to this Duffy has entitled the work:
MONUMENTS: 'Does mankind survive by sacrifice?’
work by Terry Duffy on temporary exhibition at the Cathedral
no resurrection' and the 'RS Thomas Triptych'.
For further information contact the project coordinator Clare
or visit: www.terryduffy.info
SOLA ARTS & Exodus
Shorts Film Festival
Through the continuing
partnership between SOLA ARTS & Exodus
Shorts Film Festival, SOLA ARTS is now inviting applications
from across Merseyside for entries into the Exodus Film Festival.
June 2009, Exodus Shorts Film Festival takes place
in Manchester and Liverpool, and this year, SOLA is working with
Exodus to provide space within the festival for film makers from
Exodus Shorts is a unique film festival, into its fifth year,
that showcases the talents of refugee filmmakers as well as short
films that give a fresh and diverse perspective on the lives
of Migrant communities.
Films of up to 10 minutes that reflect the experience of migration
in some way should be submitted to SOLA ARTS at the address below,
by Monday 30th March.
Films may be in a variety of styles including documentary/art
Toxteth Town Hall,
15 High Park Street
Successful entrants will be notified as soon as possible and
their submissions will be shown as part of this year's Exodus
Shorts Film Festival.
0151 726 8440
Registered Charity No 1128459
Company Ltd by Guarantee 6655438
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
PERFORMANCE ART STUDIES with BBB Johannes Deimling 2009
Bröllin - Berlin - Dresden
- Radom - Montreal - Prague - 's-Hertogenbosch
In cooperation with international organizations in Germany,
Poland, the Netherlands and Czech Republic, performance artist
and educator BBB Johannes Deimling will be offering various
performance art workshops and opportunities in 2009. These
workshops will investigate the focal questions and practices
of performance art work through practical and theoretical exercises
and talks, and the results of these workshops will be presented
in the context of internationally recognized performance art
events and festivals.
The center of the workshop focuses on self-perception and communication
with the body in performance. Self perception and experience
characterize the feeling in dealing with the body, time and
space in performance art, as well as in ordinary communication.
To understand the body as a tool, and to learn to use this
tool in communication, is the main goal of these workshops.
In addition to practical and theoretical studio teachings,
participants will have the experience of connecting with other
artists and the larger performance art community.
Performance art is always speaking about the present, is
looking for debate and wants dialogue. Performance Art burgeons
the mind and in contact with others. Performance Art has
an own language and own aesthetics, and as an art form, is
developing its signs and medias. It breaks with tradition,
rejects it, renews it, refers to itself, presents new ways…and
breaks it again. The method is interactive: The intermediation
of performance art with the medias of performance art. The
participants experiment, reflect, test, have a first-hand
experience with the body, and work through a personal approach
GRASS ‘N ASPHALT
10.-18. April 2009 Bröllin/Berlin, Germany
8 days workshop with final presentation in Berlin
in cooperation with estonian art academy, Schloss Bröllin
and the Performer Stammtisch
Deadline for applications: 5. April 2009
www.broellin.de /// www.artun.ee /// www.performerstammtisch.de
KUNST OHNE WERK
27. July - 7. August 2009 Dresden, Germany
10 days workshop with final presentation in Motorenhalle, Dresden
in cooperation with the 12th Summer Academy Dresden
Deadline for applications: 26. Juli 2009
8.-16. August 2009 Radom, Poland
6 days workshop with final presentation at the international
Performance Art Festival “Global Communication”
in cooperation with Bartek Lukasiewicz
Deadline for applications: 1. August 2009
www.lukasievic.eu /// www.elektrownia.art.pl
1.-10. October 2009 Prague, Czech Republic
10 days workshop with final presentation at the Tina B. Festival
in cooperation with Tina B. Festival
Deadline for applications: 15. September 2009
14.-18. October 2009 ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
5 days workshop with final presentation
in cooperation with Artots
Deadline for applications: 7. October 2009
Further informations about the workshops with BBB Johannes
Deimling you can find here.
Application forms can be obtained by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone +49 (0)174 14 34 361, as well as by downloading
a PDF or Word file on the website www.bbbjohannesdeimling.de
Novas, Contemporary Urban Centre, Liverpool
17 March 2009
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