When: Mon 7th Nov - 12.00 until 15.00
Where: School of the Arts Library, 23 Abercromby Square, L69 7ZN
We are excited to share this event from Liverpool architecture student, Lewis Washington, on Monday 7th November.
This free public workshop welcomes all Liverpool residents who are interested in the city’s heritage or ongoing strategies for tackling Heritage Projects… to finally give the floor to public opinion on this controversial topic.
Lewis comments: “This is a rare chance for you to share, discover, and collate your own memories and opinions of what was once a bustling, unique, and iconic section of entertainment street. This may lead to meaningful research which seeks valuable change!”
“Have an opinion? Memory?… or Simply have an interest in Liverpool’s heritage? All are welcome!”
The session will include:
- Archival Introductory Talk: A photographic-based talk into the life and history of this key section of Liverpool Lime Street, including the renowned ‘Futurist Cinema’.
- Public memory & opinion discussions: All guests will have an opportunity to listen to, or share their opinions and memories of the pre-demolished street, and the contentious development which has replaced it – perhaps for the first time.
- NOW AND THEN Archival Photograph Exhibition: A collation of key photographs of the street, past and present…
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.