End of the World Film Club #6: The Double-Bill

Join us for our next End of the World Film Club, our first double-bill, in which we’ll watch and discuss a pair of films by two heavyweights of international cinema… As of this...


“We have to be uncomfortable in order to grow” – Interview: Kiara Mohamed

Finding a creative energy during lockdown, artist Kiara Mohamed speaks to us about his new short film, Home, and the photography series, Black People Built Liverpool… The Double Negative: Hi Kiara. First off, how...


Photographs from Another Place: In search of Sydney J. Gearing

When an artist purchased some century-old glass negatives online, he couldn’t have imagined the journey they would take him on. Mike Pinnington investigates the haunting of Alan J. Ward…  “I confess that I...

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“Diversity is crucial to evolution” – How an embedded approach to contemporary art engages communities in the North West

“If the arts cannot reflect a diverse range of backgrounds, they simply will not represent who we are as a country.” Bob Dickinson explores the region’s embedded arts organisations… If there’s one clear...


End of the World Film Club #5: The Black Power Mix Tape 1967 – 1975

“We have to document our history; if we’re gonna tell the story, let’s tell the story right.” Join us for our next End of the World Film Club, in which we turn our...