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BLACK OBSIDIAN SOUND SYSTEM (B.O.S.S) RESOURCES

Read, watch and listen to a selection of resources chosen by artist collective Black Obsidian Sound System, as part of exhibition Liverpool Biennial: The Stomach and The Port..

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Online Workshops: You're On Mute

You’re On Mute is a series of online workshops and webinars specially designed for arts educators and practitioners with an interest in participatory and engagement projects that work with older people, or individuals that are isolated or vulnerable.

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Watch: Framework For Resilience

Rediscover Framework for Resilience, our series of online conversations that invite you to think about the world we are creating, destroying and the systems behind this.

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Reading List: Soft Boys

Read a selection of articles and news items thoughtfully chosen by artist Kiara Mohamed and curator Fauziya Johnson, as part of exhibition Soft Boys.

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Podcast: Framework for Resilience

Listen back to Framework for Resilience, our series of online conversations that invite you to think about the world we are creating, destroying and the systems behind this.

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Video Playlist: Soft Boys

Discover a selection of videos thoughtfully chosen by artist Kiara Mohamed and curator Fauziya Johnson, as part of exhibition Soft Boys.

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Remembering 18 Years on Wood Street

As we begin plans to reopen, we're looking back to February 2003, when we opened our doors for the very first time on Wood Street, Liverpool.

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Pipilotti Rist, Gravity Be My Friend, 2007. Installtion view at Magasin 3, Stockholm/SE. Photo by Johan Warden.

Podcast: Accessibility as a Radical Creative Practice

On this episode of the podcast, Tammy Reynolds (artist and performer), Natalia Bedkowska (artist) and Dot Alma (queer audio describer and access worker) discuss accessibility not just as a basic right, but as a radical creative practice.

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