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International Human Rights Day : what’s on?

7 December 2015 by Angelica

Hands of Change: a photo of the artwork created by the participants from City Hearts

Human Rights Day is observed by the international community every year on 10 December.

This marks the day in 1948 that the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

This important document sets out fundamental human rights to be universally protected for all. Read more…

Beside the seaside in Big Art

17 March 2014 by Angelica

Our cheeky herring gull and common cockles

Image by Robert Flynn

If this chilly weather has you dreaming of the summertime then the new display in Big Art for Little Artists at the Walker Art Gallery might warm you up! Inspired by local artist George Wallace Jardine’s painting ‘Full Fathom Five’ that was already on display, we gathered an inspiring mix of seaside objects from National Museums Liverpool’s collections that you might find on our local sea shores – from shells to seaweed and everything in between. Read more…



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