Museums and galleries promised to diversify voices in their exhibitions, but what is being done?
Following the recent vandalism of LGBTQ+ art, Matthew Berks reaffirms our responsibilities.
EXHIBITION | 28th October- 20th February
The new exhibition marks 10 years since the August 2011 unrest across the country
13th-15th + 20th-22nd August
Until Autumn 2021
17th May-29th August
FACT host discussion series featuring activists, educators and artists addressing eco and climate issues.
When can we get back into Liverpool's museums and galleries and what's on.
Selections from the digital LightNight at Home programme via the Bido Lito! archive.
FACT's exhibition manager reflects on the pandemic as time for redefining the gallery's image.
The grassroots black arts festival provides a vital platform for a range of work created by people who have been marginalised for their race or ethnicity
The unheard stories from the gig economy courtesy of new FACT exhibition Real Work
The projects which will bring bido100! alive across Liverpool in June 2019
A poetic storyteller with an arresting visual aesthetic. You’ll be hearing more from Daniel Boocock
Director Todd Kipp discusses his new documentary about the Merseybeat group The Big Three
Maya Jones considers how FACT sparked a generation of experimentation in film, art and media.
Photographer Robin Clewley gives us a tour around the fascinating Wood Street building in this FACT At 15 Gallery
We speak to FACT's Ana Botella about the origins of Under Cinema, a new exhibition from artist, film maker and performer Wu Tsang
The annual gathering of the international neo-psychedelic community is as eclectic as ever, spanning myriad sub-genres that make the PZYK diaspora so ripe for investigation.
Taher Qassim, Chair of Liverpool Arab Arts Festival (LAAF) considers the role of art in uniting us all
Indie film maker Andrew Turner talks about his community-led production
Curator of new FACT exhibition The New Observatory, Sam Skinner talks uses - mis-uses of data
Craig G Pennington asks Professor David Garcia why we need to become ‘the opposition party'