CAVE Art Fair

Explore CAVE Art Fair

This September, Liverpool Biennial won’t be the only art organisation to grab the city and give it a creative shake. The very first CAVE Art Fair will be hitting the scene in a...

FestEvol Gardens

Culture Diary w/c 30-07-12

Wednesday – Digital Innovation: What is it? 6.30pm @ FACT FREE (booking required) What is digital innovation and what role does it have in influencing and affecting the capital and cultural economy? This Wednesday evening,...

Indietracks Allo Darlin

Field Trip #11: Indie Tracks Festival

Paul Forster reports from Indie Tracks Festival, and asks: ‘is this the last bastion of indie-pop?’ If indie-pop is the last bastion, then Indie Tracks, the festival located in the Derbyshire countryside, is...

Adam Green

Playlist #18: skip, skip, play…

Marc Hall invites us on a journey to listen to the comforting classics and (not so) secret shames on his iPod…  As ever my faithful iPod will be loaded with 16 GB of...

Rhys Chatham at a previous Crimson Grail performance

Biennial 2012: Rhys Chatham, A Crimson Grail

Liverpool Biennial 2012 begins in September, but news of the launch party programme means we’re excited already… On any given Biennial year, people’s expectations are piqued afresh, their appetites for the UK’s largest...

Tate Liverpool

Blog North #2: Destination Tate

Following the success of the inaugural Blog North event in May, Creative Tourist and co. rock up to Tate next weekend, with top blogging tips in-store… Next weekend sees Blog North make its...

The Turin Horse

The Turin Horse – Reviewed

Nietzsche’s life would never be the same following his experience with The Turin Horse. What did Adam Scovell make of it? Béla Tarr isn’t a director who likes to make things easy. His...

Detail from Geoffrey Farmer's installation, dOCUMENTA (13)

Field Trip #10: dOCUMENTA (13)

Linda Pittwood takes a trip to the exhibition of modern and contemporary art in Kassel, Germany… On a bright sunny afternoon we followed the map to a shabby building, went round the back,...

The Kazimier Krunk Olympics

Culture Diary w/c 23-07-12

Tuesday – The Turin Horse 6pm @ FACT In the January of 1899, renowned German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche witnessed the flogging of a horse in the street that affected him so deeply some say...