Biennial Family Afternoon at Bluecoat

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Biennial Family Afternoon at Bluecoat, City Centre 18 August 2018 Entrance is free

Bring the whole family for a day out at Bluecoat. With family friendly tours of the Beautiful world, where are you? exhibition in the galleries and hands-on activities with Biennial artist Ryan Gander, there’s something for all ages.

For the Liverpool Biennial 2018, Ryan Gander has devised a project called Time Moves Quickly, working collaboratively with five children from Knotty Ash Primary School in Liverpool (Jamie Clark, Phoebe Edwards, Tianna Mehta, Maisie Williams and Joshua Yates) to produce a series of artworks for a group exhibition, as well as a series of five bench-like sculptures at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.

Biennial Family Afternoon at Bluecoat, City Centre 18 August 2018 Entrance is free

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