The Art of Pop Video is the first exhibition of its kind in the UK. More than 100 video clips tell the story of the pop video, marking the medium's substantial contribution to popular culture. We invite you to explore the show with FACT's gallery team and then join us in The Box for a conversation with Keith Marley, senior lecturer in Film Studies at Liverpool John Moores University.

The session will investigate the emergence of the music video as a creative form of filmmaking in its own right and will provide some analyses of specific music videos that have contributed to the development of this genre. In addition to this we'll look at how image works in combination with sound in a more general sense and Keith will discuss some of the ways that he uses various digital technologies to create live audio-visual events.

As well as his work at LJMU, Keith is also a practising DJ, VJ and documentary filmmaker and has recently picked up an award for Best Sound Design at the Maverick Movie Awards in Hollywood, California for the documentaryA Film About Nice.

£2 per student, FREE for accompanying Teachers

NB: This event is aimed at AS/A Level Students studying, Art, Film or Media courses. The event will last approximately 2 hours.

For more information or to book for your students please contact / 01517074417