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October Half Term at Bluecoat

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Located in the heart of Liverpool's shopping district, the Bluecoat houses a number of specialist independent retailers offering an eclectic range of beautifully designed handmade and unique products.

Stocking the best in contemporary craft, design, music, fashion and homewares, the shops at the Bluecoat should be your first destination in the city for the unique and the unusual. Use the links on the left hand side and below to see what each of our ten retailers make, sell and do.

Stitches
the Bluecoat Display Centre
Kernaghan Books
R&J Porter: Jeweller, Silversmith and Hand Engraver
Root Houseplants & Mary Mary Florists
Lalligrass
Probe Records
J.H. Benson & Co
Spellbound Hair & Beauty
 
   

Beautiful World Reading and Discussion Group Session One: Which Utopia?

Beautiful World Reading and Discussion Group Session One: Which Utopia?

Improvisation is indeed a muddy, contested practice. But so is utopia - and by getting our hands dirty and engaging, we might just be able to move towards a freer, fairer, more exciting world for all. - David Bell, 2011

Liverpool Biennial 2018: Artists Showing at Bluecoat

Liverpool Biennial 2018: Artists Showing at Bluecoat

Venture Arts - Putting Learning Disabled People at the Heart of Culture and Heritage

Venture Arts -  Putting Learning Disabled People at the Heart of Culture and Heritage

Learning disabled people are taking ownership of culture and heritage places and spaces at the MAKING THE CASE | SYMPOSIUM, taking place at the Grand Hall, the Whitworth Fri 25 May and Bluecoat's Blue Room artists will be contributing!

A brief introduction to etching

A brief introduction to etching
George Drought & Simon Roodhouse in the Bluecoat Print Studio, 1977

Etching is one of the oldest methods of printing still used today. In order to find out a bit more about this technique, we asked Print Studio Manager and Abacus artist Frances Disley to explain the process used in creating an etching print. As well as being the Bluecoat Print Studio Manager, Frances is also a practicing artist, based at The Royal Standard in Liverpool.

R&J Porter presents Bluecoat with custom made silver dish marking the end of its 300th year

R&J Porter presents Bluecoat with custom made silver dish marking the end of its 300th year

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Bluecoat is Liverpool’s centre for the contemporary arts, the oldest in the UK. Our landmark building, located in the ...

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