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Wednesday, 30 January 2013 from 18:00 to 20:00 (GMT)
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Camp and Furnace, 67 Greenland Street, Liverpool, L1 0BY
A £1 million initiative for new site-specific commissions across the UK
An Open event hosted by Liverpool Biennial with Artangel and BBC Radio 4 for artists to hear about an open invitation for artists to come forward with ground-breaking project proposals which will transform the UK’s cultural landscape.
If you're a visual artist, filmmaker, writer, composer, theatre maker, choreographer, producer or an artist working in the digital space, this is your opportunity to hear about the opportunities Open offers, meet with Artangel Co-Director, James Lingwood, Artangel Producer, Seb Emina and Artist, Michael Landy and start to think about what Open could mean to you.
Drinks will be provided and there will be a chance to talk informally with ourselves and the Artangel team after an initial presentation and discussion.
If the event is sold out, please feel free to turn up on the day.
For more information about Open please visit artangel.org.uk/open
Open is commissioned by Artangel in association with BBC Radio 4 and Arts Council England.
When & Where
The UK Biennial of Contemporary Art
For ten weeks every two years the city of Liverpool is host to an extraordinary range of artworks, projects and a dynamic programme of events. It is the largest international contemporary art festival in the UK.
Liverpool Biennial unfolds through a programme of exhibitions and projects that lead to a rediscovery of the city. Newly commissioned and existing artworks and projects are presented in diverse locations, including unusual and unexpected public spaces as well as the city’s galleries, museums and cultural venues. The cultural organisations in Liverpool work together in partnership to create an unparalleled context for the presentation of contemporary art and culture.
Liverpool Biennial commissions leading and emerging artists to make and present permanent and temporary public artworks as well as long-term community-based projects. There is an integrated research programme of learning, talks and events creating a dynamic year-round programme.