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Daliso Chaponda performs at World Museum

Daliso Chaponda performs at World Museum
Description
Join us for an exclusive night of comedy and entertainment on 23 May, as Britain's Got Talent star, Daliso Chaponda, takes us through his unusual interaction with Liverpool's World Museum, and his thoughts on the World Cultures gallery.
Date:
Wednesday 8th May 2019

Blitzed: Liverpool Lives

Blitzed: Liverpool Lives
Description
Displaying up to 60 photographs taken by Liverpool City Police from 1940 – 1941, a free new photography exhibition at the Museum of Liverpool reveals the devastation the Blitz brought to the lives and city of Liverpool. Through personal accounts, this exhibition brings to life the impact of the war through the eyes of those directly affected by the bombings.
Date:
Wednesday 8th May 2019

As seen on screen: art and cinema

As seen on screen: art and cinema
Description
A new exhibition at Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery will explore the relationship between art and cinema, delving into the fascinating question of what inspires artists. As seen on screen: art and cinema (31 May to 18 August 2019) features work by artists including Fiona Banner, Anthea Hamilton, Hardeep Pandhal and Sam Taylor-Johnson.
Date:
Thursday 11th April 2019

Matisse and Rembrandt

Description
The Lady Lever Art Gallery has today announced that it will be opening an exhibition by one of the 20th century's most influential artists, Henri Matisse (1869-1954).
Date:
Monday 8th April 2019

Blockbuster exhibitions see Liverpool's figures soar

Description
In figures released today it was revealed that Liverpool's World Museum was the most visited museum in England, outside of London, in 2018.
Date:
Wednesday 27th March 2019

Baroque Art from Rome to England

Baroque Art from Rome to England
Description
From 30 March – 16 June 2019, the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool will be exhibiting The Executioner with the Head of John the Baptist by William Dobson (painted between 1640 and 1646) next to the original composition, Salome receives the Head of John the Baptist by Matthias Stom (painted around 1630 – 1632), on loan from the National Gallery for this display.
Date:
Friday 22nd March 2019
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