Posts tagged with 'event'
Keiko Gordon will be delivering kimono demonstrations at the Lady Lever Art Gallery at 2pm on 2nd and 16th September as part of our Edo Pop: Japanese print exhibition programme. Pre-booking is essential and tickets are now available for both sessions for free.
2nd September – fully booked
16th September – fully booked
You can add your name to the waiting list, in case of any cancellations by clicking the links.
Keiko’s beautiful handmade accessories, which are made from kimonos are on sale in the Gallery shop.
6 June 2017 by Laura
So far we’ve seen diamonds fill the sky over Camp Hill; billboard memorials to Beatles manager, Brian Epstein, and a psychedelic mural on the side of disused grain silo and there’s even more to come during the run of celebrations for the 50th anniversary of ‘Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Heart Club’s Band’. Read more…
15 March 2017 by Laura
Did you know Monday 20 March is the International Day of Happiness? It may seem strange to formalise such a basic human emotion but in 2012, when all 193 member states of the United Nations General Assembly unanimously adopted UN resolution 66/281, happiness, for one day a year, became a serious business. Read more…
We know them so well. They appear all around the city, sometimes in the most unexpected of places. They have become part of the fabric of the place, so much so that perhaps we don’t always appreciate them but that is all due to change this week as we celebrate our wonderful, unique and inspirational Liver birds! Read more…
15 September 2014 by Laura
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7 August 2014 by Laura
27 January 2014 by Felicity
Last year, World Museum hosted a fantastic event allowing visitors to have plenty of fun while discovering more about the Islamic faith. We’re very excited that the event will be returning this year, and event organiser Dr Zohaib Khan is here to tell us what’s in store: Read more…