Posts tagged with 'wirral'
Five Wirral schools have been selected to show their work in the biennial exhibition Fresh Perspectives at the Lady Lever Art Gallery.
This unique opportunity allows local students a chance to display their work in a national gallery and enables our visitors to enjoy the work of the artists, makers, designers and creatives of the future.
With the exhibition half way through it’s run we thought we would take a closer look at the work and the views of the students and teachers from two of the schools involved. Read more…
9 March 2017 by Megan
This is the third time that Fresh Perspectives – which runs biennially – has been held at the Lady Lever Art Gallery, showcasing the breadth of creative talent held by young people in Wirral.
We spoke to South Wirral high School to find out their thoughts on the exhibition. Read more…
13 February 2017 by Laura
We can’t wait to embrace the vibrant colours and noise of traditional Chinese New Year to the gallery this half-term. Read more…
28 September 2011 by Lisa
Christopher Howse from The Telegraph recently enjoyed a visit to Wirral, guided by an updated edition of Nikolaus Pevsner’s architectural guide to Cheshire. He gave the picturesque Port Sunlight village and the Lady Lever Art Gallery a glowing review. You can read the full article here.
Here’s our own Marketing Officer Ann Flenley to tell us why she loves Wirral and why you should too!
I love Wirral. It’s a relatively undiscovered gem that lies between Liverpool, Chester and North Wales with sandy beaches, endless countryside and golf courses. It really is great place for day trips and family fun in the north west.
In addition to our own Lady Lever Art Gallery there is plenty to discover, such as Port Sunlight Museum in the same village as the gallery. I also enjoy the odd visit to Church Farm, which is an organic family run farm offering tantalising treats and endless activities to entertain the children. Read more…
Competition winner announcement!
Our winner for this month is Susan Nisar with the caption:
‘Hold on girls, Aunt Mable and I need to get on as well, ‘tsk’ lazy girls!’
A copy of An Edwardian Family Album will be on its way to Susan soon!
Thanks to all who entered and look out for another competition later this month.
How much stuff do you take to the beach with you? British beach-goers seem to like to take as much as they can carry, from wind-breakers to flasks of tea! Read more…
3 November 2009 by Lisa
Is football a new religion? Can being a female artist be an advantage in some cultures? These are just some of the subjects covered in a brief interview I did with acclaimed local artists The Singh Twins. I chatted with Rabindra and Amrit at the private view of the Walker Art Gallery’s latest exhibition The Rise of Women Artists, where Rabindra’s painting ‘Oh Come All Ye Re-eds’ is on display. One of the main things I was interested to find out was whether they ever actually define themselves as ‘women artists’ or if they didn’t think about gender at all. Read more…
27 October 2009 by Lisa
Last week our new exhibition at the Lady Lever Art Gallery opened – An Edwardian Family Album. I’m not a big photography buff, but I still found the photos pretty captivating. They not only give you a glimpse into family life in Edwardian times, many of them also have an ethereal quality that is really interesting. They create an effect that is almost like capturing ghosts from the past on film. One that definitely has this feel is the photo of a group of people exploring Castleton caverns. They are all holding torches in a pitch black cave – but of course the ladies are all still wearing their fabulous hats! Read more…