To inspire, develop & celebrate talent and excellence in disability and Deaf arts.
Edward Rushton was Liverpool’s most implacable anti-slavery abolitionist, human rights activist and pioneer for disability rights. As part of DaDaFest International 2014, this city-wide project will be celebrating his extraordinary life and the activism he inspires.
What does it mean to be a young person growing up in Liverpool? This new short film takes a humorous and creative look at the historical and cultural ingredients of our unique identity.
The exhibition addresses the idea that both art and life are in a state of continual change and uncertainty. Its starting point is the practice of alchemy, taking its magical, transformative and experimental associations as a template with which to consider practices employed by contemporary artists.
Personal Assistant to Artistic Director (part-time)