In his departing editorial Elliot Ryder looks back at a turbulent but rewarding tenure.
Our latest research into the health of Liverpool's music sector focusses on funding and new year setbacks
A consultation event on 27th October looks to take a health check of Liverpool City Region's music sector
The second report from our musicians’ survey carried out with The University of Liverpool
Elliot Ryder considers the lessons learnt from lockdown and the need to take this summer’s protests forward
Bido Lito! and University of Liverpool are researching Covid-19's impacts on the Merseyside music community
Cath Holland takes a second look at the effects of the pandemic on those living on the breadline.
The lockdown has indisputably protected millions, but what is the fate for those who were vulnerable and hidden away to begin with?
The new campaign has been launched to save grassroots music venues from closing down across the UK.
Visual artist Frances Disley considers the community-driven response art can offer to the current crisis.
FACT's exhibition manager reflects on the pandemic as time for redefining the gallery's image.
How does the social impact of the pandemic change for those on the borderline of poverty?
Three years of studying and carving out a new life here in Liverpool was over in one email, Megan Walder writes.
Tour lighting designer Luke Avery shares the extent in which his work has been affected by Covid-19.
Jude Kelly, one of the most powerful voices in British arts, calls for greater support for freelancers.
Mutual support is the lifeblood of Liverpool’s creative community. This needs to be recognised now more than ever
Sign the petition by the UK MVT to help protect the live industry in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.