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We are now on the front page of UoL news!

We are delighted that the news on our April’s Twitter Gallery featuring amazing images from Brian Mackern’s This Too Shall Pass has made it to the front page of the University of Liverpool news. The article gives details about the gallery, explains how to win a signed poster by the artist and a first edition copy of … Continue reading

This Too Shall Pass – Twitter Gallery!

We hope you’ve enjoyed the first month of our Twitter Galleries, when we tweeted a retrospective of the exhibition we held in October at FACT , Cities in Dialogue . We’ve had a great response on Twitter, and we’ll be announcing the winning image soon. Now, in April, we’re launching a second, exciting Twitter Gallery . Throughout month … Continue reading

Workshops with the Veterans in Practice

Latamcyber is delighted to announce that we will be holding two exciting follow-up events stemming from our Cities in Dialogue exhibition  which ran during the Independents Biennial in 2014. On Wednesday 11th February and Wednesday 18 February, Claire Taylor and Jordana Blejmar, curators of the exhibition and researchers on the project, will be facilitating two workshops … Continue reading

Veterans in Practice blog on Brian Mackern’s Visit

We’re delighted to report that the digital art group, Veterans in Practice, really enjoyed working with our Artist in Residence, Brian Mackern, during his visit to Liverpool. Back in October, they participated in a workshop run by Brian on mapping, technologies, and the city. A lively discussion was held, during which ideas were shared around the Veterans’ … Continue reading

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