Overwhelming support demonstrated by inspirational students, staff, alumni and partners in response to the global pandemic is celebrated in Edge Hill University’s new Annual Review.
Carl Hunter, the Director and creator of Sometimes Always Never and Grow Your Own, documents the streets of Liverpool as they have never been seen before in his new short film More Than Time.
Edge Hill’s popular arts podcast, the Lonely Arts Club, is back for a third series to unravel more stories from some of the most influential figures in the North West’s cultural and creative industries.
Originally a week-long festival for the millennium in 2000, Writing on the Wall has grown into an annual event, spanning the month of May.
To mark the historic times we are all living through, Edge Hill University has partnered up with Sefton’s Borough of Culture team to create a COVID-19 time capsule.
After the success of its debut series, the acclaimed Lonely Arts Club podcast returns, promising an insightful look into the diverse lives of professionals from the world of culture.
Creative industry experts at Edge Hill University have welcomed news that Liverpool’s Metro Mayor has this week unveiled a £400k funding pot to support to the city region’s vital music, film and TV industries.
To mark the birthday today (6th April) of Lancashire-born artist and writer Leonora Carrington, Edge Hill University academics have been able to pay tribute to her life and work in a new book.
Students are being encouraged to submit a short film about their experiences of social distancing for a new project.
The Lonely Arts Club podcast is a series of interviews with creative and cultural people, discovering their journey into the arts and where it’s led them.