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Liverpool School of Art and Design students take part in a life-changing trip to explore the art and culture of the Caribbean island known for its sun, sand and laid back lifestyle.
Sam Henty has been selected as one of Bloomberg New Contemporaries for 2018. We find out about his art, what it means to be a New Contemporaries artist and why Liverpool is an inspirational city for artists.
LJMU academics work alongside artist to create a board game that brings the experiences of life on probation to the general public.
Take a look at the winning and shortlisted images submitted for the Images of Research Photography Competition.
LJMU marketing student, Amy Collins started making pins as a side project but her creations quickly became sought after by many well-known brands across the city and further afield.
Was Manchester Art Gallery's removal of JW Waterhouse's Hylas and the Nymphs a brilliant conversation-starter or a PC act of censorship? History of Art lecturer Dr Juliet Caroll and students give their thoughts
We speak to John Hyatt whose day job is Professor of Contemporary Art in the School of Art and Design. His secret life: the singer of post-punk band, The Three Johns.
Despite its reputation for being a difficult job market to break into, the creative and cultural sector is thriving in the UK. We talk to Tate Liverpool’s Lindsey Fryer to clear up the misconception and find out what skills are sought after by employers.
LJMU’s FabLab takes first steps into fashion with 3D printed shoes featured at the British Style Collective event in Liverpool.
Beyond their significance in helping us to discover more about our universe, the images of galaxies, planets and stars are also appreciated purely for aesthetic reasons.