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Twitter Galleries going strong!

Twitter Galleries poster

Twitter Galleries poster

Our Twitter Gallery retrospective of the Cities in Dialogue exhibition went live at the start of this month. Many of you have already joined in the fun, and have been re-tweeting and favouriting the images that have most captured your imagination. The story of the Twitter Galleries also made the front page of the University of Liverpool news, and you can read the story here.

There’s still plenty of time to vote for your favourite images and join in the conversation, so get tweeting!

We’ll shortly be launching our second month of the Twitter Galleries, which will be based around our Artist in Residence, Brian Mackern, and his new residence artwork, entitled This Too Shall Pass. Activities during that month will include a Q&A with the artist himself, and also a prize draw which will include a free signed print by Brian and a copy of the artwork itself on CD ROM.

Keep an eye on our blog and our twitter account for more details:

@latamcyber

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