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Building A Great Website In Threeish Steps: Ice Creates
So this should be interesting, from a personal point of view as
much as anything, having launched The
Double Negative at the back end of December 2011. Will we be
sitting pretty, safe in the knowledge we did all the right things
first time, or kicking ourselves?
The guys delivering this workshop are the developers of the new
FACT website by the way, which may inform your opinion of how this
will go, one way or the other.
Ben Capper and John Walker get the talk underway. They'll be
talking us through their approach for desig…
Visitor Services Manager Joan Burnett knows the FACT building like the back of her hand. Here. she tells us why there's so much more to it than bricks and mortar...
"The building was designed by architects Austin-Smith: Lord and opened in February
2003. It quickly surpassed all projections for visitor
figures and has gone from being the new baby on the block to a
treasured part of Liverpool's urban scene. The building's location
was chosen very carefully to give the Ropewalks area of the city focus, driving the
development of a quarter which is home to many creative businesses.
The classic mobile phone game 'Snake' being played on a huge scale! \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nI couldn't find out a great deal about this intervention, although popular opinion seems to be that it was conceived by a group of students in Poland and that it is executed using microprocessors rather than timing. Regardeless, it's another great example of computer games being woven into the fabric of society and their subsequent remixing and remaking as a result.
What's coming up at FACT... You can now pick up the 8 July - 18 August brochure and it is jam packed! Here are some of our highlights…\r\nThe big one has to be the first ever Liverpool Arabic Film Festival, which is running from today until the 10 July. The festival is an opportunity to see brand new releases, UK premieres and rare classics from across the Arabic speaking world. We have even managed to source 35mm prints of The Land, Cairo Station and Alexandria Why? for a Youssef Chahine Retrospective to close the festival.\r\nThe Screen Arts Festival is also launching this month…
As part of the Liverpool Biennial, artist Jemima Wyman will be working with the people of Liverpool to weave a new architecture for FACT's interior.
The opening of the Biennial is getting closer and closer by the
day and we are excited to be welcoming Australian artist, Jemima
Wyman whose large scale installation, Collective Coverings,
Communal Dreams, will be taking over our ground floor space.
We need you to make this installation happen! The artwork invites
the Liverpool community to get involved and weave parts of the
structure that will grow throughout the exhibition period. W…