Posts tagged with 'port sunlight'
Sally-Anne Hickman is an illustrator who began creating comics in 2001.
She will be delivering two Manga workshops for young people aged 13 years + and adults at the Gallery on 6 August and 9 September as part of the Edo Pop: Japanese Prints exhibition.
The Lady Lever Art Gallery was built for the residents of Port Sunlight village and opened in 1922. At the time residents were workers in William Hesketh Lever’s soap factory. Over the years the village has changed but retained a strong community at heart. It’s no longer a requirement for village residents to work for the factory and villagers come from all walks of life.
Ian Robertson, a regular visitor to the Gallery and current resident, writes on how the village and Lever’s collection have inspired him. Read more…
10 November 2015 by Jen
If you stand looking out of the south doors of the Lady Lever Art Gallery you take in a stunning vista from the nearby fountain, through the rose gardens, towards the Port Sunlight War Memorial. Originally these doors are where you would have entered the gallery and one of the things we wanted to do as part of the South End redevelopment was to restore this view. When the new galleries open in spring 2016 a new pair of glass doors will allow visitors to gaze out upon the village, helping those within the Lady Lever to connect with her beautiful surroundings. Read more…
8 October 2015 by Lisa
Are you a fan of classic Hollywood movies from the 1930s? If so, you’ll love ‘Putting on the Glitz’, the new exhibition at the Lady Lever Art Gallery. There will be 20 outfits on display that wouldn’t look out of place in a film starring Bette Davis or Joan Crawford. Here’s Pauline Rushton, Curator of Costume and Textiles, to tell us about her favourite gown from the exhibition: Read more…