An exciting open call for an Irish maker (emerging or established; living or working in Ireland) to display their work, for one month 'In the Window' at the Bluecoat Display Centre as part of Liverpool Irish Festival 2022.
Celebrating Gypsy, Romani and Travellers 'Life, Love and Laments' runs at Museum of Liverpool until 22 June 2021. Read related interviews.
Cabinet releases funding to Culture Liverpool to rollover Culture and Arts Ivestment Programme funds, assisting 27 Liverpool organisations.
1 March marks the beginning of #IrishHistoryMonth, run by Irish Arts Foundation. Our contribution to the month is through #GlobalGreening, run in partnership with Tourism Ireland.
Our Festival is a unique organisation, run by brilliant, creative, visionary people. Will you join us to help safeguard our future?
Gael Linn, An tUltach and LivIrishFest, commissioned Nuala Monaghan to illustrate and share 5 Irish folk stories; available here in Gaeilge.
Gael Linn, An tUltach and LivIrishFest, commissioned Nuala Monaghan to illustrate and share 5 Irish folk stories; available here.
Playing the National Lottery during National Lottery Open Week (19-27 March 2022)? Show us your ticket and we'll enter you in to a raffle.
3-min film commission (open call) to focus on the Festival's work on the revitalisation of the Liverpool Irish Famine Trail. Deadline extended to 9am, Mon 31 Jan 2022.
A £1,000 commission is available for a creative project, centred on Irish and/or Gaelic creativity, to form part of #LIF2022.
Information relating to the Irish Government's announcement that there is to be a Mother and Baby Institution survivors payment and medical card Action Plan.
A coalition statement from Liverpool's arts and culture organisations against racism stirred by the attack on Rememberance Sunday at the Liverpool Women's Hospital.