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This season;

Autumn/Winter 2019

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Ariel Guzik Ballenas Azules Courtesy of the artist

Spring Assembly: The Living Planet

The Spring Assembly invites you to an afternoon of discussions exploring the magnitude of climate change and the role of art and film in representing and challenging this.

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And Say the Animal Responded?

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COMING SOON! If we listened to animals, what would we hear? Don't miss our forthcoming exhibition which explores the relationship between human and animal. Free entry.

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Spotlight Tours

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Explore our galleries in a free, spotlight tour with a member of our team! Discover more about the exhibition and the variety of artwork on display in an informal yet insightful mini-talk, open to all.

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Walking Tour: Dawn Chorus

As the day breaks, join RSPB Liverpool on a special early morning walk and experience the natural spectacle of the dawn chorus.

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0h!m1gas Workshop

Join artist Kuai Shen and build your own electronic amplifier, designed to listen to the sounds of the living planet.

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Khacchad: Mule + Q&A

Join Liverpool John Moores University representatives for a screening and Q&A of award winning documentary film Khacchad: Mule

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Do Something Saturdays

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Drop in with your family to break the boundaries of reality, and explore virtual space together!

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Film Night: Out to Sea

Join FACT for an evening of short documentary and artist films which focus on marine life and are curated to reflect on the themes of current exhibition And Say the Animal Responded?

Mesocosm The Trophy Room Photo Alexander J Croft 1

Workshop: Build Your Own Mesocosm

Join artist Greg Herbert to consider micro-ecological systems that can exist in everyday infrastructure like drain pipes and gutters.

Primate Cinema Apes as Family 2011 Directed by Rachel Mayeri Courtesy of the Director

Film Night: Who's Aping Who

Discover a curated selection of short films looking at primate behaviour and their relationship to human cousins.

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Film Night: Cats in The Cradle

Join FACT for an evening of specially selected short films and documentaries looking at feline behaviour - domestic and wild - reflecting on the themes found in exhibition And Say the Animal Responded?

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Liverpool Biennial 2020

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Liverpool Biennial 2020: The Stomach and the Port looks at the body and ways of connecting with the world