​The Process Behind… Working with Biennial Artists

Posted on 16 December 2015

We’re very excited to have 37 international artists now confirmed for Liverpool Biennial 2016. But how did we arrive at next year’s line-up? We talked to our Head of Programmes Rosie Cooper in order to gain an insight into some of the thinking that has shaped the artist selection process, and the wider festival, so far. – Read more

Discovering Liverpool: Three Things I Learnt Spending Time with Artists

Posted on 16 December 2015

Exploring Liverpool's theatres with Villa Design Group. Photo by Jennifer Watts.

Exploring Liverpool's theatres with Villa Design Group. Photo by Jennifer Watts.

Katie Tysoe spent some time exploring the city with the Liverpool Biennial 2016 artists. Here she shares her insights following the experience. – Read more

How It All Began: Discover the Voices Behind the Making of Evertro

Posted on 9 October 2015 by Liverpool Biennial

Evertro, the first glow-in-the-dark wheels park in the UK, launched in October 2015 but has been years in the making. Liverpool-based artist Gregory Herbert discovers the stories and speaks to the people behind this new public artwork – from skaters to local residents. – Read more

The Making of... Dazzle Island

Posted on 18 August 2015 by Liverpool Biennial

What if you returned to school after the summer holidays to find an artwork in your playground? For pupils of Childwall Sports & Science Academy, the new school year will begin with the launch of Dazzle Island, a new permanent artwork made by and for the children to use and enjoy. – Read more

Which Date? Share Your Ideas for a Liverpool Biennial 2016 Episode

Posted on 21 July 2015 by Liverpool Biennial

Liverpool Biennial 2016 will be comprised of episodes. One episode will take its cue from a specific date, but which? We invite the public to join our curatorial team in an open discussion to help us decide. – Read more

The Dazzle Guide to Liverpool Waterfront This Summer

Posted on 7 July 2015 by Liverpool Biennial

Make the most of the summer with our Dazzle Guide to the waterfront: from giant artworks to gripping exhibitions and free tours, there is something for everyone to enjoy – Read more

Looking Back: Liverpool's Most Memorable Public Artworks

Posted on 23 June 2015 by Liverpool Biennial

From Richard Wilson's rotating cut-out to Jaume Plensa's magnificent Dream, these large-scale public artworks have brought a unique charm and intrigue to some of the most unlikely corners of the city – Read more

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