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The World Reimagined

Liverpool UK Start Date - 13 Aug 2022 End Date - 31 Oct 2022 09:00am

About this Event - The World Reimagined

Steve Rotheram, Mayor of the Liverpool City Region, has launched The World Reimagined, a ground-breaking, UK-wide art education project aimed at using the story of the transatlantic slave trade to promote racial justice.

The project features ten large globe structures, created by artists, making up a free public art trail across the Liverpool City Region, bringing to life the reality and impact of transatlantic slavery and inviting the public to think about ways to make racial justice a reality.

The trail will run from this Saturday, 13 August to 31 October, with a walking trail of five large globes located around Liverpool city centre, with a further large globe in prominent locations in Halton, Knowsley, Sefton, St Helens and the Wirral.

The ten large globes make up a route around the city region, listed below in the suggested order that people visit them:

  • Liverpool – Central library, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, Rialto, Berkeley Square (this globe will initially be at the Merseyside Caribbean Centre before moving to the Rialto site on 23 August), Liverpool One on College Lane, Martin Luther King Building, Albert Dock
  • Wirral – The Priory, Birkenhead
  • Sefton – Marine Gardens, Waterloo
  • Knowsley – The Court Yard, Court Hey Park
  • St Helens – Pilkington’s World of Glass Garden
  • Halton – Spike Island, outside the Catalyst Museum

Find out more about the project here.


Venue Location

Liverpool UK

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