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Hard Times: Creative Liverpool in times of Crises

Written by stickyeyes, 29th March 2011

Over the years Liverpool has undergone various transformations and managed to regenerate even in the face of economic hardship. ‘Hard Times: creative Liverpool in times of crises’ will explore the impact of economic crises on the creative landscape of the city and provide a platform for the creative sector to discuss interventions and new directions.

This is a half day public event, introduced by Alexei Sayle. Confirmed panel members and contributors include: Mike Stubbs (FACT); Bec Fearon (Bluecoat); Patrick Henry (OpenEye Media); Richard Nutter (Royal Liverpool Philharmonic/LARC); Lewis Biggs (Biennial) and Professor Roger Shannon (Edge Hill University).

The event takes place on Saturday April 16th at the Bluecoat, School Lane, L1 3BX

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