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Oct - Nov 2006


Saturday 21 October


@ 52 Roscoe Street, Liverpool

at 12:00 .

The Living Market opens this Saturday and is held every Saturday at mid-day
during the festival. It is an opportunity for local artists to sell their

To coincide with the availability of the new Independents¹ guide map the
"Ballet Mecanique" milk float will also be on Roscoe Street at the same
time. The cover of the guide features a picture of the milk float.

The guide lists all Independent exhibitions and venue events from 20 October to 30 November 2006.

All venues listed are on the map.

Independent artists and members can collect copies of the map guide for
distribution during the Living Market.

John Davies

M 079 6009 7220


1st November - 30th November 2006


@Blackburne House, Blackburne Place, off Hope street, Liverpool

A group exhibition organised by Nicole Bartos, involving artists such as:

Nagachoo, Kate Dadiani, Alice Lenkiewicz, Nicole Bartos, Nathan Pendlebury, Richard Ashworth, Sharon Mutch, etc.

Private View: 2nd November 5-7pm


29th September - 10th November 2006

"Fire & Eurhythmy"

@ IKONOGRAPHY Gallery, 31 Mathew Street, Liverpool, L2 6RE (above the Beatles Shop)

A group exhibition of Japanese and Liverpool based artists part of the Independents Biennial Liverpool 2006, (http://www.independentsbiennial.org).

Sharon Mutch (1), Mieko Noguchi (2), Jayne Hannay (3)

Venue and exhibition space:
Ikonography Gallery, 31 Mathew Street, Liverpool, L2 6RE
Contact: Kathy Cheung on 07985 349103

‘Fire & Eurhythmy’, exhibition organized by Nicole Bartos involves visual artists from the North West, Merseyside, UK and Tokyo, Japan; featuring artwork such as: performance,, mixed-media, glass, ceramics installation, painting, photography, graphic.

The exhibition will take place for 6 weeks starting on 29th of September 2006 and ending on the 10th of November 2006.

Exhibiting Artists:
Nagachoo (performance and mixed media), Tokyo, Japan
Mieko Noguchi (cosmic glass), Tokyo, Japan
Nicole Bartos (mixed media and wax), Liverpool, UK
Sarah Nicholson (mixed media), Liverpool, UK
Richard Ashworth (drawing, mixed media), Liverpool, UK
Jayne Hannay (ceramic installation), Liverpool, UK
Elizabeth Hodgkinson (mixed media/ painting), Liverpool, UK
Sharon Mutch (photography), Huyton, Merseyside, UK
Barry Cooper (Glass artist), St. Helens , Merseyside, UK
Some local poets and musicians will get the opportunity to get involved along the Private View and open evenings performances.

Read more about the artists

Private View on: 29Th of September, 5-8pm
Open evenings of live performance, acoustic music and poetry reading on:
6th and 13th of October, 5.30pm-8.30pm.

Featuring poets, musicians, artists: Nagachoo, Stan Ambrose, Elly Rees, Dave Ward, Chris Pepper, Kinetic Fallacy, Alice Lenkiewicz, Ade Jackson.

! As number of places is limited please, book your place in advance by contacting Nicole (nbartos@gmail.com). Please, specify 'open evenings' and the date you would like to attend.

See Nagachoo Performing live at the Private View on 29th September 2006, Ikonography gallery.

more updates to follow soon


until 30th November 2006


An exhibition of work by Creative Lets organised by Lis Edgar

@ Quynny's Cuisine, Bold Street, Liverpool

Opening night: 20th September 6.30- 9.00pm


until 26 November 2006

"i-SAW": Photography Exhibition
Curated by Dying Frog Arts Network

Visit the online exhibition: http://www.dyingfrog.co.uk/i-saw/
Photography exhibition documenting the development of Liverpool through the eyes and lenses of artists
In association with Eight Days A Week: Liverpool / Cologne Exchange: www.eightdaysaweek.org.uk
Part of The Liverpool Biennial Independents, 2006: http://www.independentsbiennial.org/page.php?19


Alan McKernan
Alan Whitfield
Alex Jackson
Ben Anders
Claire Weetman
Dave Bixter
Dave Kent
Domingo Rodriguez
Ed Bixter
Evonne Keeler
Gareth Houghton
Georg Gartz
Jazamin Sinclair
Joe Clarke
Laurence Ward
Leanne Elizabeth
Lisa Wilton
Mark Loudon
Peter Carr
Stuart Robinson

Exhibition Opening: Monday 18 September, 2006; 19:00 Onwards
Refreshments Available
(See Attached Flyer)

Venue: EggSpace; 16 - 18 Newington Buildings; Liverpool; L1 4DE.
Dates: 19 September - 26 November 2006
EggSpace Opening Times: Mon - Sat: 10:30 - 22:30 / Sun: 10:30 - 17:00

Contact Dave Bixter from Dying Frog Arts Network for more information:
t: 07986824976
e: info@dyingfrog.co.uk

'HeadSpace @ EggSpace',
16 - 18 Newington Buildings,
L1 4DE
Email: headspaceegg@aol.com
Website: www.eggspace.org
EggSpace Opening Times: Mon - Sat: 10:30 - 22:30 / Sun: 10:30 - 17:00
Entry: Free
Katherine Doran: 07746704928, kathereibe@hotmail.com
Karen Henley: 07790515044, thescamp23@hotmail.com
Carolyn Sinclair: 07915075503, beginnings_art@mac.com
Jazamin Sinclair: 07811059702, jazamin@mac.com


until 21 October 2006

@View Two Gallery, Mathew Street , Liverpool



ZAP GRAFFITI ARTS are running graffiti art classes for individuals from age 8
upwards! Learn the basic skills of the art form with a professional tutor to
create your own works in a fun and legal way at our City Centre studio at Grand
Central, 35a Renshaw Street, Liverpool.

Wednesdays 6-8pm
Thursdays 6-8pm
Fridays 4-6pm
Saturdays 11am -1pm , 1.30 - 3.30pm and 4-6pm
Other times are available subject to availability.

£10.00 for each of these session including all materials for a limited time only!!
Subject to advance booking. Payments on the day.

PHONE AND FAX 0151 702 9057
MOBILE |(KIERAN) 0771 6548 629
E-MAIL: info@zapgraffiti.com
WEBSITE: www.zapgraffiti.com


Please feel free to give us a call regarding our regular classes within the
studio, as well as out tailored projects for groups. Have a spy at our website!



3rd September to October

Eye Candy - Contemporary Craft at the Kitchen Gallery

You are warmly invited to a Private View of Lisa Ashcroft
at the Kitchen Gallery

3rd Septmber 1.30-4.00pm

The Kitchen Gallery is proud to present an exhibition of art
work by Lisa Ashcroft. Lisa was selected from twenty-two finalists to be the
first winner of the Kitchen Gallery Open; meet her at her solo show Eye Candy at
the private view on Sunday 3rd September 1.30-4.

Lisa says of her work:
"I use non-traditional materials including glitter, plastic
figures, hanging air fresheners, toys, magnetic letters typically thought of as
garish and crass to create intricate and delicate works.

I use kitsch to incorporate the commonplace to question
society's morals in a formal way embracing popular culture.

My interest is how I merge urban culture and perception: the
way we look at the world, building up an image of the whole from different
fragments of travel (looking and reacting to culture) and humour (universal
language). I try to embrace, yet challenge aesthetic traditions and their
critical interpretations.

Everyone absorbs influence I chose mine carefully then my style developed as part of my personality. Each painting is created by the obsessive labour of stitching. The viewer is drawn in by the sublime, found in the sparkle of glitter, the sumptuous textures and vivid colours in which, the 'cute' layered appearance camouflages the crude and seedy (mimicking our own culture)".
Eye Candy at the Kitchen Gallery has been supported by funding from the Arts Council of England, Halton Borough Council Arts Development Unit and by Norton Priory Museum and Gardens.

The Kitchen Gallery is also delighted to announce that we can now offer the Own Art scheme.

Please follow the link for further details of this Arts Council supported innitiative.

The Kitchen Gallery
Norton Priory Museum & Gardens

Please get in touch with Sarah at the Kitchen Gallery by
phone: 01928 577 487 / 0151 733 5986 or via the website
http://www.kitchengallery.uk.com to be placed on the guest list for FREE ENTRY to the
Walled Garden.




Tel: 01928 577 487/0151 733 5986

The Gallery's opening times are Friday to Sunday 1.30 - 4.30
and by appointment.

Exhibition continues to 1st October

The Kitchen Gallery is an independent artist-run gallery located in the beautiful Norton Priory Museum and Gardens.


14th September 2006

'Silent Sound' to be Recorded @ St Georges Hall, Liverpool

(posted by Jan Jacksons, http://www.artinliverpool.com)

"Silent Sound is Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard's most ambitious work to date, it is a performance and installation and will be presented as part of the Liverpool Biennial of contemporary art.
On Thursday 14th September 2006 Forsyth and Pollard will stage a uniquely emotive experience which explores the mind's susceptibility to subliminal suggestion.
The performance will take place in the Small Concert Hall in St. George's Hall in Liverpool.
The artists have joined forces with two uniquely talented collaborators. Jason Pierce, leader of the critically acclaimed band Spiritualized, has written the musical composition and will perform the piece on the night with a string quartet and supporting musicians."
More Details via AFoundation: http://www.afoundation.com/greenlandstreet/details.php?id=11
Forsyth and Pollard's website: http://www.iainandjane.com
Spiritualized Website: http://www.spiritualized.com


Exhibition opportunity

The Good Taste Gallery's Independents Exhibition opens
Sunday October 01st for four weeks. Gallery Director
Dalite Gold is looking for wall-based artworks, and
will also consider small-scale sculptural pieces, with
selling prices from less than £100 up to a maximum of
£ 1,000. Interested artists should contact the Gallery
directly. Submissions to the Good Taste Gallery, 19
Stafford Street, Liverpool L3 8LX, Tel. 0151 298 2525
info@goodtastegallery.com. Deadline for receipt of
submissions is September 16th.


until 26 November 2006

Liverpool Biennial and Independents Biennial Liverpool 2006 are starting

View the links above for details on the events and exhibiting artists and soon look for the printed maps/guides/signage.


16 September to November 2006

@Arena Gallery, Liverpool


17th September 2006

Craft Fair @ Blackburne House, Off Hope Street, Liverpool

Organised by Creative Bias as part of the Hope Street Festival.

Come and meet with new creative businesses.




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