FACT’s Digital Art Installation

By Demi Williams As part of the Spring 2019 season, the Liverpool FACT picturehouse has opened a new exhibition from the works of two renowned female artists. American filmmaker Ericka Beckman and London based artist Marianna Simnett have  created different forms of visual storytelling curated by Zabludowicz Collection. The exhibit shows what we can learn about modern day society from traditional fairy tales, with one piece … Continue reading FACT’s Digital Art Installation

Street art brings life to Toxeth

By Jose Ruiz Walking through Toxteth, it’s not hard to come across derelict houses, and although certain locations look like something out of a war movie, it’s very easy to stumble upon colourful art murals that bring life to the surroundings. The community, deciding to add character to the area has turned a street of abandoned houses into a work of art. Just a few … Continue reading Street art brings life to Toxeth

The Liverpool based charity helping families learn about autism

By Jose Ruiz Based in Liverpool, the Isabella Trust focuses on providing families and carers with the support and knowledge they need when taking care of children with autistic spectrum condition (ASC) and sensory processing difficulties (SPD). Liverpool’s Taco Bell store, which is situated on Bold Street, recently collaborated with the trust to help raise money for the charity, and raise awareness around the matter. … Continue reading The Liverpool based charity helping families learn about autism

West Derby school open cafe to help their students with special needs gain key work experience

By Megan Stringer A school in West Derby has opened a cafe ran by students with special needs, to encourage them to acquire skills which will help them gain key work experience to help with employment in the future. The cafe aims to break down barriers about people with special needs, and to make people realise everyone has a role in the workplace, regardless of … Continue reading West Derby school open cafe to help their students with special needs gain key work experience