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LightNight

Bookings

Drop-in — Free

Join us between 17:00 - 23:00 for an evening of free events.

Part of the Spring 2019 season

Join us for a spectacular LightNight as we explore the fairy tales and the rituals in our everyday lives.

See Ericka Beckman and Marianna Simnett after hours, make a zine with ROOT-ed, map out your digital rituals in a big draw workshop, contribute to a feminist mural with artist Laura Callaghan or sit back and enjoy Drag Queen story time.

Ericka Beckman and Marianna Simnett

4-11pm / Galleries

Free, drop-in

The galleries will be open until 11pm, with the chance to see the current exhibition from Ericka Beckman and Marianna Simnett after hours, whose works explore the meaning of ritual through a spectrum of actions, mediations and narratives.

Mural-making with Laura Callaghan

5-8pm / The Box

Free, drop-in

Take inspiration from our new Learning Space mural by artist Laura Callaghan, which explores female-identifying stories, archetypes and identities through colourful, vibrant illustrations.

Draw your own character to add to a collaborative mural, which will grow throughout LightNight!

Zine-making with ROOT-ed

5-8pm / Cafe

Free, drop-in

Exploring archetypes and narratives, from fairytales to everyday life, join ROOT-ed for a zine-making workshop to re-write your own story!

Let’s map the internet for gender territories!

5-7pm / Learning Space

Free, drop-in

We are surrounded by constant noise, images, comments and followers. Do you check your phone first thing in the morning? Is it Facebook or WhatsApp?

This LightNight, help us to map out your digital rituals. We'll be creating a collaborative map of female and non-binary territories, from the historical temples and statues built to worship Goddesses, to modern rituals of ‘Liking’ and ‘Following’. To make sense of our maps, we’ll discuss how ancient female archetypes affect how women see themselves today. Explore the fairy tales of the past, and discover how those characters have evolved to be modern icons… How did Princess Elsa become a strong empowered woman, after centuries of Sleeping Beauties? Bring your family and help us shape a Big Map of female archetypes through time!

Drag Queen Story Time with The Nightbus

5-7pm / Learning Space

Free, drop-in

Join The Nightbus for Drag Queen Story Time in our Learning Space.

Exhibition: Arrival City

4-11pm / Bar

Free, drop-in

Explore our pop-up exhibition Arrival City, which presents a portrait of Liverpool, and more specifically Toxteth, as a city of immigration. Come and learn more about the project, and share your own stories and experiences to become part of this collaborative archive.

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