Acclaimed Liverpool actor, director and writer David Morrissey visited Edge Hill last week to give students a fascinating insight into his varied career.
The head of Arts Council England (ACE) will visit Edge Hill this month to give insight into the invaluable benefits that arts and culture bring to our lives.
Edge Hill’s oand Tate Liverpool will hold a film screening and in-conversation evening about artist Francis Bacon
Key film industry figures from across the UK met at Edge Hill University to discuss the significant contribution the film industry in the North can make to the overall economy.
The life and art of Lancashire-born surrealist icon Leonora Carrington, whose work is currently showing at Tate Liverpool, was explored during a public event at Edge Hill University.
A groundbreaking research centre which examines the various relationships between humans and other animals will be launched this week.
A conference held by Edge Hill University’s Institute for Creative Enterprise (ICE) on 4 and 5 September will discuss what ‘independence’ means for and within Liverpool’s creative and cultural sectors.
Edge Hill University has become a key partner in Lancashire’s bid to be the UK’s first ever Sustainable Food County.
Find out more about some of the debates and questions raised at the Beyond Benefits Street Symposium and listen to a podcast featuring Dr Lee Salter and the media’s treatment of the working class.
Edge Hill University is hosting a public symposium to debate issues raised by Channel 4’s controversial reality show Benefits Street and suggest alternative ways of portraying Britain’s poorest communities in the media.