Liverpool Art Month Bus Tour
Liverpool Art Month would like to invite you to use the Art Month Bus Tour to visit
the events and exhibitions that are taking place in Liverpool throughout May. Our
bus tour guide will take you on a trail to discover the independent art venues and
exciting exhibitions offered by Liverpool Art Month.
Bus tours will pick up from all venues on the tour and will run every Saturday during
Art Month departing at 1pm from The Liverpool Art Month Hub Space, Grand Hall, The Colonnades, Albert Dock, L3 4AA , Please leave time
to see the Liverpool Art Prize Exhibition at The Hub Space, before the bus departs.
Arrival at The Hub Space, after the tour, should not be any later than 4pm.
Tickets are £4 and as there are a limited number so we strongly recommend that you
buy in advance from this website.
PLEASE NOTE THAT DISABLED ACCESS IS LIMITED AT A NUMBER OF
THE VENUES. For more information please contact Metal Liverpool.
Bus Tour Plan Saturday 4th May
The Drifters Escape, The Bridewell
Open Studios, Road Studios
Living Arteacts, Mello Mello
T-Here, Camp and Furnace
Bus Tour Plan Saturday 11th May
Landscape 2013, Corke Gallery
Strangers in a Strange Land, The WalkerArtGallery
Something to do with Death, Arena Studios and Gallery
Open Studios, Hub Artists
Open Studios, 104 Duke Street Collective
Bus Tour Plan Saturday 18th May
Possible Impossibilities, The Bridewell
Black Sun Horizon, The Royal Standard
Photo Booth,Matt Ford Studio
Liverpool Unfinished, Wolstenholme Creative Space at Drop the Dumbells
Bus Tour Plan Saturday 25th May
JMU Degree Show, Liverpool John Moore’s University
Open Studios, RedWire Studios and Road Studios
Realism, The Gallery Liverpool
Liverpool Art Fair, Camp and Furnace
Metal was founded by Jude Kelly OBE in 2002 and was created as an artistic laboratory to champion the need for continual investment in artistic investigation and the development of innovative ideas that could shift the thinking in the UK cultural sector.
We provide innovative, multi-disciplinary residency space for artists from the UK and overseas in Liverpool and Southend on Sea.
Alongside providing space for artists and thinkers to develop their ideas and further the philosophy of their work, we are interested in how this artistic process, and the practice of artists can input into, and potentially influence political and social issues of the day.
Through our artistic programme we draw out evidence and ideas for a better understanding of the artist’s role in civic life, and ensure that these are shared with a wide and diverse set of partners.
These ideas are showcased and disseminated on a regular basis through residencies, exhibitions, events, performance, discussion and publications.