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Every School should be an Art School! Join the party tonight!

FACT Volunteer Ashleigh Owen introduces Bob & Roberta Smith's Art Party as we prepare for Thursday's festivities! Back in 2013, on Saturday 23 November, artist Bob and Roberta Smith organised a g… Read on >

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“Warriors, Come Out to Play” - The Warriors 35th anniversary

Philip Hunter discusses the one and only, The Warriors, which is set to be re-released for it's 35th anniversary on 23 August. “Can you count suckers?” The gang-prophet Cyrus asks this of the masses … Read on >

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Classic Cinema: O Lucky Man! screening tonight

Every Tuesday, Picturehouse at FACT screen the best independent, cult and arthouse cinema as part of their Discover Tuesday series. Tonight's film is Lindsay Anderson’s 1978 classic, O Lucky Man!   … Read on >

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Mood Indigo reviewed

Bernadette, one of the young people who volunteered at FACT's FLAG Film Festival, reviews Michel Gondry's latest film, Mood Indigo. Mood Indigo is a romantic French drama about two lovers, Colin and… Read on >

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We Buy White Albums design competition!

To coincide with the launch of We Buy White Albums, we want to see your alternative album cover designs! FACT Liverpool's latest exhibition We Buy White Albums is a display of over 1000 first-pressi… Read on >

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We Buy White Albums: Every cover tells a story

Famous band, famous album, famous cover. Hannah Lea introduces Rutherford Chang's We Buy White Albums which opens tonight!  New York based artist Rutherford Chang is relocating to Liverpool for a mo… Read on >

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Vinyl Vs Digital

As we gear up to present the world's biggest collection of the Beatles' White album first edition records, FACT Contributor Stephanie Whalley considers the big question, which is better, MP3 or vinyl?… Read on >

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But…Why?

Rachael Gibson writes about education and pedagogy, inspired by Sharon Lockhart's Liverpool Biennial exhibition I was a curious young thing - still am, in fact, only now I’m less young. One of the g… Read on >

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The first of its kind: Wadjda, Saudi’s tomboy heroine

The first film shot entirely in Saudi Arabia and by a female director, Haifaa Al-Mansour's, Wadjda has been widely praised by critics and audiences alike, telling the story of a 10-year-old who wants … Read on >

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