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

Meet Dazzling Designers Luke Brooks and Beth Postle

Posted on 1 June 2015 by Liverpool Biennial

Take a look at the work of Central St. Martins fashion design duo Luke Brooks and Beth Postle ahead of our Dazzle Dazzle event on Saturday 6 June. Luke and Beth will help families create their very own collection inspired by The Great Dazzle Ball of 1919. – Read more

Interview with Isabel Lewis

Posted on 7 October 2014 by Liverpool Biennial


Berlin-based Isabel Lewis hopes to bring all the senses together in her unique blend of performance, hospitality, dancing, and DJing, whilst blurring the boundary between audience and artist. Following her hosted 'occasion' in Liverpool's Sefton Park Palm House, we caught up with Isabel to learn more about the thinking behind her events and to find out what audiences can expect at Frieze London. – Read more

The Fantastical World of Oskar Schlemmer

Posted on 18 September 2014 by Liverpool Biennial

Digital image, 2009 J. Paul Getty Trust

Digital image, 2009 J. Paul Getty Trust

We delve into the exciting world of artist, choreographer and stage designer Osker Schlemmer and offer a preview of what audiences can expect this Sunday at The Black-E as part of The Companion performance weekend. – Read more

What is Flux Festival?

Posted on 22 July 2014 by Guest Blogger

Project GreenSleeves by Callum Stewart for Flux festival

Project GreenSleeves by Callum Stewart for Flux festival

Flux Liverpool is a pioneering arts festival featuring a programme of events engineered by young people, created for everyone. We asked Liverpool Biennial Young Fellow Callum Stewart to write about his experiences both as a Flux volunteer and a participating artist. – Read more

In Focus: Liverpool Biennial Opening Weekend

Posted on 8 July 2014 by Liverpool Biennial

A Needle Walks into a Haystack Exhibition, 2014. Photographs by Mark McNulty.

A Needle Walks into a Haystack Exhibition, 2014. Photographs by Mark McNulty.

Liverpool Biennial 2014 is now in full swing and we have enjoyed a busy opening weekend. Discover more about our opening events and highlights so far. – Read more

Review: Islington Mill at the Black-E for Liverpool Biennial 2014 #TemporaryCustodiansOf

Posted on 7 July 2014 by Guest Blogger

Endless Pageless, Maurice Carlin, 2014. Image by Greg Thorpe.

Endless Pageless, Maurice Carlin, 2014. Image by Greg Thorpe.

Islington Mill’s residency at the Black-E for Liverpool Biennial 2014 ran for one week and was opened to the public on the 4, 5 and 6 July. The residency offered a chance for artists to learn from the Black-E’s ethos and experiences, and came at a deeply significant juncture for the Mill. – Read more

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