The Miniaturists - Saturday 16th June 2018 - Saturday 28th July 2018
As Liverpool celebrates ten years since our European Capital of Culture year we reminisced on the fantastic programme of events including when the Royal de Luxe giant puppeteers first came to town. In response we’ve have curated an exhibition celebrating miniature craft in a variety of media including wood, paper, basketry, ceramic, jewellery, precious and non-precious metal and found materials.
In the Window 1st - 31st July 2018 Rebecca Gouldson Toolkit installation (supported by Granada Foundation & Cass Art)
For the month of July, our window will be brought to life with a unique installation by Rebecca Gouldson. This is very generously supported by Granada Foundation and local art supplies retailer, Cass Art.
A unique selection of handmade gifts including jewellery, ceramics, wood, glass and paper.
Artist Talk – Michael Brennand-Wood Tuesday 25th September 2018
As part of Bluecoat Display Centre’s ongoing programme of exciting artist’s talks, the next event will feature textile artist Michael Brennand-Wood. Michael will speak about his artistic career. This event is open to current and new subscribing Members of Bluecoat Display Centre and The Athenaeum.
Annual Gardner-Medwin Lecture given by Alice Rawsthorn - Tuesday 16th October 2018
We are delighted to welcome the award winning design critic and writer Alice Rawsthorn to give our annual Gardner-Medwin Lecture for 2018.
Outreach Programme / Workshops / Residencies
See the latest updates from our ongoing Outreach programme. We have been successfully working with health and social care partners, including Person Shaped Support (PSS) on an outreach programme of artist–led workshops and residencies to demonstrate the benefits that craft can have on a person’s overall health and wellbeing.
Leading the Way in Contemporary Crafts
The Bluecoat Display Centre is a nationally and internationally recognised contemporary craft and design gallery that has been established since 1959.
We sell, exhibit and promote over 350 selected contemporary craftspeople each year working in a broad variety of media.
Bluecoat Display Centre has been a registered charity since 2010: Charities number 1136680