2 October 2006 by Karen
Here’s a treat for the Reds out there (of which I am most definitely NOT one). Liverpool captain and England midfielder, Steven Gerrard, is a bit of a museums fan and was kind enough to record a special short film during a recent visit to World Museum Liverpool and the Walker Art Gallery. As he strolled around the galleries he talked about how much the museum has changed since his school days, told us about his artistic preferences and generally said how fab the museums are, all of which is captured in this short video (complete with Franz Ferdinand soundtrack).
Update: the following formats are now available
Streaming versions for broadband
If you’d rather see Stevie G on a slightly larger screen you can also catch this video on the big screen in Clayton Square in Liverpool city centre for the duration of our new exhibition, Love Sport which starts on 7 October.
A lego version of Steven recently featured in a display at the Walker. Unfortunately that display, Art Craziest Nation, is now closed but you can see images from it, as well as send a Stevie G/Rafa ecard on our main site.
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