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Hope and Fear: Environments and Stress

30 March 2022

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Hope and Fear: Climate Change and the Arts

22 March 2022

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Hope and Fear: Narratives of Extinction 1850-2050

7 March 2022

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Hope and Fear: Art, Photography, and Extraction

1 March 2022

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Hope and Fear: China’s Environmental Values

15 February 2022

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Hope and Fear: Colonial Interventions

8 January 2022

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Hope and Fear: Indigenous Perspectives

1 February 2022

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Hope and Fear: Climate Crisis

25 January 2022

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Are You Living Comfortably?: Creating a Culture of Energy Efficiency In Our Homes

28 January 2022

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Peloton: Joy Ride

18 February 2022

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Read Now Write Now: Climate Champions Reading Event

17 March 2022

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Read Now Write Now: Climate Champions Young People’s Writing Workshop pt.2

6 February 2022

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Read Now Write Now: Climate Champions Young People’s Writing Workshop pt.1

30 January 2022

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Read Now Write Now: Climate Champions Writing Workshop – Adults part 2

27 February 2022

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20 February 2022

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Climate Cafe: Session 3

9 March 2022

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Climate Cafe: Session 2

16 February 2022

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Climate Cafe: Session 1

26 January 2022

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Land Art – How to approach Environmental Photography Projects with Hanna-Katrina Jędrosz

23 February 2022

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Mersey Green Map Workshop 2 – Finding Green Local Businesses on Merseyside

16 March 2022

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Mersey Green Map Workshop 1 – Finding Green Local Businesses on Merseyside

9 February 2022

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Mersey Green Maps: Start-ups and new Voluntary Groups Workshop

4 February 2022

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Land art – Messages and Manifestos: Photography as Activism with Louis Quail

10 February 2022

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Growing Sudley CIC: Nature’s Apothecary Workshop 3

6 March 2022

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Growing Sudley CIC: Nature’s Apothecary Workshop 2

13 February 2022

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Growing Sudley CIC: Nature’s Apothecary Workshop 1

23 January 2022

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13 January - 20 March 2022

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3 December 2021

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Open Rooms #19: Moral Turpitude

9 December 2021

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18 November 2021

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3 November - 30 November 2021

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VR: Whose Land Is It?

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18 October 2021

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Collective Matters: Meet and Greet

22 October 2021

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19 November 2021

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The Mutual Respect Manifesto by Glow Creative Learning

25 October 2021

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11 December 2021

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25 November 2021

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24 November 2021

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Open Rooms # 17: Today, Tomorrow and Somewhere in between

11 November 2021

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6 November 2021

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Open Rooms # 17: Today, Tomorrow and Somewhere in between

Thursday 11th November, 6.30pm / livestreamed to Twitch

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Darryl Georgiou and Rebekah Tolley-Georgiou (Georgiou & Tolley), are lens-based artists and photographers. Their work explores the notion of cultural memory, often examining the psychogeography of ‘how places feel’; the tension between truth, fiction, history, and identity. 

Their new collaboration involves a series of ‘picture poems’ set in Liverpool 8, made in association with Granby residents in the period before, during, and after lockdown. ‘Today, Tomorrow, and Somewhere In-between’ consists of an interlinked array of constructed photo/text/audio works and portraits concerned with people, place, and time.

The project was developed through online participatory workshops, and physical art labs (involving a range of photography-making genres, and image sequencing techniques), that considered notions of individual and collective identity, and what makes a neighbourhood become a ‘home’. Our Open Rooms event will bring together the artists, residents and Open Eye Gallery’s Head of Social Practice for a sharing and reflection of the work made to date and we invite you to join and ask questions via our discord and twitch channel. 

Georgiou & Tolley have exhibited internationally and describe their socially engaged practice, as a “reflective slow burner”, often punctuated with unexpected events ranging from the epic to the everyday. The new work also sees the artists build upon their previous project, ‘The World Lived Here: L8’ (hosted by Granby Four Streets Community Land Trust), as part of Open Eye Gallery’s ‘Culture Shifts’ exhibition programme in 2017.

Image: bits jungle much © Georgiou and Tolley 2020-21

Thursday 11th November, 6.30pm / livestreamed to Twitch

BOOK HERE

Darryl Georgiou and Rebekah Tolley-Georgiou (Georgiou & Tolley), are lens-based artists and photographers. Their work explores the notion of cultural memory, often examining the psychogeography of ‘how places feel’; the tension between truth, fiction, history, and identity. 

Their new collaboration involves a series of ‘picture poems’ set in Liverpool 8, made in association with Granby residents in the period before, during, and after lockdown. ‘Today, Tomorrow, and Somewhere In-between’ consists of an interlinked array of constructed photo/text/audio works and portraits concerned with people, place, and time.

The project was developed through online participatory workshops, and physical art labs (involving a range of photography-making genres, and image sequencing techniques), that considered notions of individual and collective identity, and what makes a neighbourhood become a ‘home’. Our Open Rooms event will bring together the artists, residents and Open Eye Gallery’s Head of Social Practice for a sharing and reflection of the work made to date and we invite you to join and ask questions via our discord and twitch channel. 

Georgiou & Tolley have exhibited internationally and describe their socially engaged practice, as a “reflective slow burner”, often punctuated with unexpected events ranging from the epic to the everyday. The new work also sees the artists build upon their previous project, ‘The World Lived Here: L8’ (hosted by Granby Four Streets Community Land Trust), as part of Open Eye Gallery’s ‘Culture Shifts’ exhibition programme in 2017.

Image: bits jungle much © Georgiou and Tolley 2020-21

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