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Activity Sheet: My Garden, My Sanctuary

Discover an underwater seaweed garden, learn a K-Pop dance and unlock interactive Instagram filters in this family-friendly activity sheet. Specially designed for families to explore our exhibition, My Garden, My Sanctuary.


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My Garden, My Sanctuary Poems

Whilst making their work for My Garden, My Sanctuary, artists Yaloo and Sian Fan wrote poems to express their emotions. Read their poems in full to get closer to their works.


My Garden My Sanctuary 3 2022 Installation view at FACT Liverpool Image by Rob Battersby WEB RES

Watch: Accounting and Accountability

Join us as we consider accounting and accountability with artist in residence, Jack Tan, FACT trustee, Matthew Balnaves and artist, curator and cultural futurist Lauren Craig.


Quipo in the Museo Machu Picchu Casa Concha Cusco

Virtual Tour: Let The Song Hold Us

Explore a virtual tour of Let The Song Hold Us. An exhibition of new immersive artworks that explore how music and song bring together the family and collective histories we inherit.


Korakrit Arunanondchai and Alex Gvojic Songs for living 2021 Installation view at FACT Image by Rob Battersby WEB RES 25

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion: Shared Language

Read our EDI Shared Language: a working document of terms and explanations of how we use these terms in order to develop a shared language around EDI for internal and external communications.


Zinzi Minott Fi Dem V A Redemptive Song 2022 Installation view at FACT Image by Drew Forsyth WEB RES

Easy Read Artist Contract

Download a template for an easy read artist contract that can be used for your next exhibition, project, event or opportunity. Created by artist Jack Tan (UK), the contract is accessible, dyslexia friendly and free of jargon whilst still providing the legal security and clarity that you need.


Jack Tan Cover Image for Website

Podcast: Gaining Ground with Larry Achiampong and David Blandy

Welcome to the third and final episode of our podcast series, Gaining Ground, hosted by our curator-in-residence, Annie Jael Kwan. In this episode, Annie chats with artists Larry Achiampong and David Blandy whose work is on display at FACT for exhibition, Future Ages Will Wonder.


Larry Achiampong and David Blandy Dust to Data 2021 Image by Rob Battersby Installation view at FACT WEB RES 3

Virtual Tour: Future Ages Will Wonder

Explore a virtual tour of Future Ages Will Wonder, a major group exhibition that presents an “alternative museum” of artworks that use science and technology to question our past and offer new ways of understanding who we are and where we belong.


Yarli Allison Cigarette Cards Ethnic Chinese Seafarers in Britain 1900s 2021 Image by Drew Forsyth