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Mccoy Wynne to exhibit at COP26 Universities’ Innovation Showcase

18 October 2021

Events

Holding Time: Launch Event

19 November 2021

Events

The Mutual Respect Manifesto by Glow Creative Learning

25 October 2021

Events

Joseph Lee: Mindful Photo Workshop

4 December 2021

Events

Who’s Left Behind? Part 2: Tadhg Devlin, staff from Community Integrated Care, and Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust in association with Liverpool SURF group

25 November 2021

Events

Who’s Left Behind? Part 1: Liverpool Cares and MA SEP graduate Vilija Skubute

24 November 2021

Events

Today, Tomorrow and Somewhere in between

11 November 2021

Events

One Day at a Time Boys: Introductory talk and workshop

6 November 2021

Exhibitions

DIGITAL WINDOW GALLERY: CROSSING SECTORS

30 September - 7 November 2021

Exhibitions

Just Between Friends: Runcorn Public Realm

30 September - 12 December 2021

Events

LATE NIGHT OPENING: COLLECTIVE MATTERS

15 October 2021

Events

Collective Matters: Meet and Greet

22 October 2021

Events

Holding the Baby: Banner making workshop

16 October 2021

Exhibitions

Digital Window Gallery: Tabitha Jussa

17 September - 6 November 2021

Main Exhibition

Collective Matters

1 October - 12 December 2021

Exhibitions

Polly Braden: Holding The Baby

30 September - 31 October 2021

Past Events

Open Rooms #16: Agency of Women

23 September 2021

Projects

PLATFORM ISSUE 04: CROSSROADS

10 September 2021

Exhibitions Past Exhibitions

Digital Window Gallery: Our Lands

23 August - 19 September 2021

Exhibitions

Imagining Disaster: Essay Series

30 August 2021

Exhibitions

Rivers of the World

6 September 2021

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Open Rooms #15: Common Ground

8 September 2021

Exhibitions Past Exhibitions

Instagram Residency: Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley

30 August - 5 September 2021

Past Events

PLATFORM: Issue 4 Launch Party

10 September 2021

Past Events

Imagining Disaster: Contemporary Art X Science Fiction

2 September 2021

Past Events

Launch Party: One Day At A Time

19 August 2021

Past Events

Open Eye Gallery book club presents: Bila Yarrudhanggalangdhuray

9 September 2021

Past Exhibitions

Sam Batley: ONE DAY AT A TIME

18 August - 19 September 2021

Exhibitions

VR: Wirral Hospitals’ School and MaxLiteracy Award

10 June - 3 September 2021

Past Exhibitions

Return To Nature

30 July 2021

Exhibitions Past Exhibitions

VR: First Light New Northern Graduates Exhibition

22 May - 4 July 2021

Past Exhibitions

We Are Nature

30 July - 14 August 2021

Exhibitions

Liverpool Arab Arts Festival — Jessica El Mal: Grounds For Concern

16 July - 15 August 2021

Exhibitions

Digital Window Gallery: Who We Are

8 July - 31 July 2021

Past Exhibitions

Whose Land Is It?

8 July - 19 September 2021

Exhibitions

VR Student Exhibitions: UCEN

9 June - 13 June 2021

Exhibitions

VR Student Exhibitions: Youth Culture by Whitby High School

23 June - 27 June 2021

Exhibitions

VR Student Exhibitions: Arc with Hugh Baird

16 June - 20 June 2021

Past Events

First Light: Photography Writing Now – Tilt Launch Party

9 July 2021

Past Events

OPEN ROOMS #14: Separated Together

24 June 2021

Exhibitions Past Exhibitions

Student Exhibitions: Whitby High School

23 June - 27 June 2021

Exhibitions Past Exhibitions

Student Exhibitions: UCEN

9 June - 13 June 2021

Exhibitions Past Exhibitions

Student Exhibitions: Arc

16 June - 20 June 2021

Exhibitions Past Exhibitions

Digital Window Gallery: HOMETOWNS

10 June 2021

Exhibitions Main Exhibition

Digital Window Gallery: Postcards from us x

10 June - 20 June 2021

LightNight 2021: Play

21 May 2021

Heavy Gardening Art Trail Photowalk

21 May 2021

OPEN ROOMS #13: A BALKAN JOURNEY WITH CHRIS LESLIE

17 June 2021

Exhibitions Past Exhibitions

First Light New Northern Graduates Exhibition

22 May 2021

Past Events

Open Eye Gallery book club presents: Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

3 June 2021

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PLATFORM ISSUE 2: THE NEW NORMAL

Download e-publication of PLATFORM Issue 2 in interactive PDF here.

 

Purchase printed edition of Issue 02 here.

 

Undeniably, we are living through unprecedented times. Since the implementation of lockdown, we realise that freedoms we once took for granted are plentiful. From meeting a friend for a carefree catch-up to popping quickly in-and-out of the shop because you simply cannot go without ice cream that night, we are slowly realising that life as we once knew it, has changed. Operating in times of severe uncertainty, this modern-day dystopia has emptied city centres, normalised two metre social-distancing and grounded a consistent (and very real) threat of COVID-19. 

Nonetheless, we persevere. Adapting new parameters of what is considered ‘normal,’ society has emerged connected. Though memories of the recent-past still ring in our ears, we have learnt to redefine what is ‘normal’ in a world which is constantly in flux, and find ourselves asking when – or even, if – things will return to what they once were. Evidently, only with hindsight are we able to see what we truly value. This new reality, echoing romanticised nostalgia, is surely and slowly, becoming our collective ‘normal.’

As we distance ourselves from old patterns, we have sourced our own unique ways to deal with life during a pandemic. 

In a world upturned, what is your new normal?

 

Follow PLATFORM in Instagram: @oeg_platfrom

Download e-publication of PLATFORM Issue 2 in interactive PDF here.

 

Purchase printed edition of Issue 02 here.

 

Undeniably, we are living through unprecedented times. Since the implementation of lockdown, we realise that freedoms we once took for granted are plentiful. From meeting a friend for a carefree catch-up to popping quickly in-and-out of the shop because you simply cannot go without ice cream that night, we are slowly realising that life as we once knew it, has changed. Operating in times of severe uncertainty, this modern-day dystopia has emptied city centres, normalised two metre social-distancing and grounded a consistent (and very real) threat of COVID-19. 

Nonetheless, we persevere. Adapting new parameters of what is considered ‘normal,’ society has emerged connected. Though memories of the recent-past still ring in our ears, we have learnt to redefine what is ‘normal’ in a world which is constantly in flux, and find ourselves asking when – or even, if – things will return to what they once were. Evidently, only with hindsight are we able to see what we truly value. This new reality, echoing romanticised nostalgia, is surely and slowly, becoming our collective ‘normal.’

As we distance ourselves from old patterns, we have sourced our own unique ways to deal with life during a pandemic. 

In a world upturned, what is your new normal?

 

Follow PLATFORM in Instagram: @oeg_platfrom

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