Refuge

Accompanying our latest exhibition Under Cinema is a wide-ranging programme, Refuge, which investigates the notion of ‘refuge’ or ‘safe-space’, in relation to art (and by extension to cultural institutions). These events consider how art and artistic approaches can represent, or begin to give a platform to, a diversity of narratives usually underrepresented in mainstream media and discourse. The series, developed in collaboration with a variety of local partners, explores the positive effect of these possibilities but also their limitations and failures. 

 

Upcoming Events

Under Cinema

Exhibition: Under Cinema

Until Sunday 18 February 2018 / FREE
Future Aleppo

Exhibition: Future Aleppo

Until Sunday 18 February / FREE
Open Lab

Open Lab

First Wednesday of every month
Wu Tsang Under Cinema

Curator Tour: Under Cinema

Wednesday 17 January / 6.30pm / Free
We want all the bright appreciate people to meet the young and creative (2017), Sumuyya Khader. Image courtesy of the artist.

Working towards Safer Spaces: Panel Discussion

Wednesday 17 January / 8pm / Free
Waiting for B

Liverpool Pride Presents: Waiting for B

Wednesday 24 January / 6.30pm / £4/£3
Born in Flames

Born in Flames + DON'T TOUCH ME

Wednesday 31 January / 6.30pm / £4/£3
Strike a Pose

Liverpool Pride Presents: STRIKE A POSE

Wednesday 7 February / 6.30pm / £4/£3
Planet Tumbleweed

Planet Tumbleweed

Wednesday 14 February / 6.30pm / £4/£3

Supporters and Funders

Refuge is supported by Film Hub North West Central, a member of the BFI Film Audience Network, and the School of Histories, Languages, Cultures at the University of Liverpool.

 

Programme Supporters:

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Programme Partners:

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