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Live Podcast: Black History Month Special with Go Off, Sis

For Black History Month 2020, we proudly teamed up with Go Off, Sis to record a live podcast, shedding light on Black Northern voices successful in their crafts. Listen to the episode with special guests AK GRAMM, Kadeem France and Salma Noor.

by FACT

Go Off Sis Podcast

Virtual Tour: And Say the Animal Responded?

Explore a virtual tour of our timely exhibition, Any Say the Animal Responded? As we emerge from the isolation of Covid-19 and refocus our attention on a rapidly changing climate, this exhibition creates a space for the voice of the animal that we have gained a greater awareness of during this time.

by FACT

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Birds in Poetry with Dr Bethan Roberts

Watch and listen to a poetry reading with Dr Bethan Roberts, William Noble Postdoctoral Research Associate in the English Department at University of Liverpool, as she shares a few of her favourite poems about birds.

by FACT

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Four Movements for International Dance Day

We celebrated #InternationalDanceDay with Liverpool dance artist Nicolette Whitley. Sway and stretch along at home with these four movements inspired by the theme of our 2020 programme, The Living Planet.

by FACT

Nicolette Whitley

Build Your Own Terrarium with Gregory Herbert

Learn how to build your own terrarium using recycled materials as artist Gregory Herbert shows us how to explore and celebrate the different varieties of micro-ecological systems that exist in our everyday life.

by FACT

Microecologies by Greg Herbert

Live Podcast: Go Off, Sis discuss Intersectionality with Special Guests

Listen to a live podcast by Go Off, Sis that explores intersectionality within Liverpool through different narratives. Recorded live at FACT to close exhibition you feel me_, hosts Rach and Mimi are joined by special guests Lord Mayor Councillor Anna Rothery, Ngunan Adamu and Niloo Sharifi.

by FACT

Go Off Sis Podcast