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Art in Revolution: Liverpool 1911

Curator Charlotte Keenan with a piece from the 1911 exhibition

Curator Charlotte Keenan with a piece from the exhibition

Walker Art Gallery
24 June to 25 September 2011

Curator Xanthe Brooke, explores the impact of the 1911 exhibition of the Post-Impressionist and modern artists on the local art scene and examines the reaction of the artistic and political establishments to the events of Liverpool in 1911.

Visual Voyages

Harrison line poster

Dr David Clampin of Liverpool John Moores University and Ian Murphy from the Merseyside Maritime Museum| are collaborating to research the shipping advertising collections at NML. The research will result in an associated publication, and potential future museum exhibition.

Mapping Memory

Smiling sailors

Mapping Memory of the Waterfront is funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council and involves the University of Liverpool|, Merseyside Maritime Museum| and film-makers Sam Meech and Tim Brunsden. The aim of the project is to collect the first-hand experiences of retired seafarers, craftsmen, office workers, café customers and others who lived, shopped and worked in Liverpool's waterfront district. Information will be used to create an interactive map online. A film for display at the Merseyside Maritime Museum is also planned.

For further information on any of these research projects, please contact research@liverpoolmuseums.org.uk