Events and Exhibitions
Past Events and Exhibitions
FUTURE STATION is a free event at Metal, Edge Hill Station that brings together artists, creative thinkers and local community, to share ideas and experiences that could encourage a positive change in society.
On Wednesday 28 November Metal have invited British Humanitarian photographer Giles Duley to talk about his own personal journey from fashion photographer to documenting humanitarian stories and his latest work, sharing the stories of those affected by conflict around the world.
Two bodies of work pushing for the right to exist in our skin on our own terms: Ren Hang UK premiere & Robin Hammond's Where Love Is Illegal.
An exhibition of new work for Liverpool's Independent’s Biennial 2018 by Disparity Collective opens at Constellations Art Space and tackles issues of power in a series of diverse and compelling photographs.
A photography group of six emerging artists Unio Collective is showing new work for arts festival Liverpool Biennial 2018 fringe in Adelphi Hotel 13th – 16th July.
On Sunday 15 July, sharpen your pencils and unearth your hidden words for a lovely afternoon of poetry, photography and cake.
Led by published author Ian Pople, you will create your own piece of writing in response to Hidden Worlds: a group photography exhibition looking at the extraordinary inside the everyday.
As part of Liverpool 2018’s China Dream season, Snapshot to WeChat: A Migration of Identity presents three projects examining the role of photography today, casting some light on life in a rapidly transforming global culture.
Documentary photographer, John Walmsley, will be giving a talk on protest, his working life in photography and his involvement in the Guildford School of Art sit-in, 1968. At the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, 2pm to 3pm on Friday 11th May 2018 as part of the Time Tunnel Festival.
POSITIONS OF POWER – An exploration into who/what holds power today.
The Mersey Ferries operate between Liverpool and the Wirral peninsula. Photographer Tom Wood lived in New Brighton for 25 years, and for most days throughout the 70s and 80s he crossed the river. Whilst waiting for the ferry to arrive or crossing the river, he took photographs.