Knowledge Lives Everywhere

  • 1 April 2011 - 12 June 2011

Throughout our 21-year history, FACT has been collaborating with communities across Merseyside to create art that celebrates creative technology and people, helping new voices be heard through programmes such as tenantspin (our award-winning community media project) and Freehand (our young people's programme).

Artist

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Ross Dalziel

Ross Dalziel
Artist (UK)

Throughout our 21-year history, FACT has been collaborating with communities across Merseyside to create art that celebrates creative technology and people, helping new voices be heard through programmes such as tenantspin (our award-winning community media project) and Freehand (our young people's programme).

Knowledge Lives Everywhere places these unique projects and ideas at the heart of the FACT building, turning FACT into a playground of ideas, and a space that showcases the collaborations between artists, thinkers, communities and individuals.

A wide range of groups and communities have co-developed Knowledge Lives Everywhere working with artists including Neil Winterburn, Nina Edge, Ross Dalziel, Alison Kershaw, members of the HIVE Collective, multi-disciplinary design agency Aberrant Architecture, and photographer Stephen King.

Inside each gallery and public space there are artworks that celebrate creativity as a way to encourage civic engagement, well-being and life-long learning. Knowledge Lives Everywhere invites visitors to get involved, experiment and be inspired.

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