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As of Monday 16 March, the UK Government has advised that people should avoid pubs, clubs, theatres and public gatherings. Nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of our community and this is why FACT has taken the decision to postpone the opening of the exhibition, 'And sat the Animal Responded?', and all exhibition-related events. FACT will remain closed from the evening of 17 March until further notice due to the current COVID-19 outbreak.
Liverpool's FACT - Foundation for Art & Creative Technology could be described as a hidden gem with its tucked away location in the Historic Ropewalks Quarter of Liverpool, just a few steps from Liverpool's famous Bold Street.
It's the UK's leading organisation for commissioning, exhibiting, promoting and supporting artists and innovation in it's specific field of film, video and new media. It regularly participates in Liverpool Biennal, the contemporary art festival featuring art from all over the world.
Exhibitions at FACT Liverpool are developed by a range of international world-class artists, with the aim of increasing knowledge about new technologies and how they effect us socially.
In 2016, actor turned performance artist Shia LeBouf lead performance artwork 'Touch my Soul' as part of the exhibition 'FOLLOW' that explored how social media effects our perceptions, self value and online behaviour. During the exhibition, Le Bouf took calls from all over the world over 4 days at the gallery, asking callers if they could 'touch his soul' which was streamed online.
Visitors can also pay a visit to three state-of-the-art cinemas at FACT, where own food and drink is permitted. The Box is an innovative space and there's also the Garden by LEAF - a Liverpool based tea company!
Entry is FREE and free Wi-Fi is also available throughout.
BY CAR - DIRECTIONS FROM THE M62:At the end of the motorway, follow signs for the City Centre and Cathedrals (3 miles). Turn left at the Metropolitan Cathedral onto Hope Street. Turn Right at the traffic lights onto Hardman Street. At the church ruins of St. Luke's, turn left (at the traffic lights) onto Berry Street. The second right is Wood Street.
BY TRAIN: The nearest rail station is Liverpool Central (3 mins walk). Liverpool Lime Street is a 12 mins walk away.BY BUS: The nearest bus stops are Berry Street, Paradise Street and Hardman Street.
|Centre Open Daily (1 January 2020 - 31 December 2020)|
|Galleries Open (1 January 2020 - 31 December 2020)|
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