Forgotten furniture to beloved icons: A stroll through Liverpool’s sculpture-filled streets
How the way we treat public art changes its meaning
Dear members — welcome back! We’ve missed you. Bloated though we may be by Baileys and Buck’s Fizz, we’ve got big plans to hit the ground running in 2023 and can’t wait to take you on that journey with us. We start with a lovely piece by Edward Haynes, who you might remember from November’s look at disability access in Liverpool’s nightlife scene (if you don’t, then you can read that one here). Edward has been interning with us for a few months now, and they’ve served up another treat today, about the role of public art in our city.
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