As our most recent round of Prototype Projects comes to a close, you’re invited to an informal event to learn more about the St Helens and Knowsley based artists we've been working with.
At the end of last year, 26 artists and collectives from across St Helens and Knowsley applied for Prototype Projects support, of which we were able to select five projects. This gathering is a platform for some of the artists we worked with to share their practice. Expect to see a display of artwork from across the projects and a number of short presentations, with the opportunity to share knowledge, skills and ideas together.
We will also be revealing some exciting news about Heart of Glass’ autumn programme which will celebrate our communities’ love and appreciation of the environment. The next round of Prototype Projects will invite artists to respond to these themes and collaborate with identified locations and communities that are based in the boroughs.
We look forward to seeing you there, and encourage you to bring ideas for potential Prototype Projects!
4.30pm Arrivals, refreshments and a chance to see the display of work
5.00pm Artist presentations
5.30pm Peer support discussions
5.50pm Artist presentations
6.20pm Information about the Prototype Projects 2023 call out
6.45pm Informal networking
Wheelchair accessible, with sloped and ramped access
In a town centre location
Nearest train station is Huyton (for trains to and from Liverpool / Manchester / Blackpool / Wigan)
Nearest bus stop is Huyton Bus Station (for buses within Knowsley, to Liverpool and St Helens)
Nearest accessible parking is located on Civic Way, at the side of the building. There is a public car park adjacent to the petrol station in front of the library.
Nearest taxi drop off is on Civic Way
Accessible toilet available within Huyton Library