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  Feeding the 5000  
 

Feed the 5000
Biennial opening night
Independent District

 
   

  The Art Organisation, Liverpool Biennial 2004  
 

The Art Organisation
St Bride's Church
Liverpool Biennial 2004

 
   

 Tom Murphy, Liverpool Biennial 2004 
 

Tom Murphy
Journeys
Liverpool Biennial 2004

 
  

 Detail from 'footprintsinthesnow' by Rick Myers 
 

Rick Myers
footprintsinthesnow
Liverpool Biennial 2004

 
  

 Jyll Bradley, Liverpool Biennial 2004 
 

Jyll Bradley
Old Haymarket
Liverpool Biennial 2004

 
  
 
 
 
  Press Corps, Static

Press Corps

Static

City Central

23 Roscoe Lane

 

Contact:http://www.presscorps.org.uk
email:info@presscorps.org.uk
c/o Static
23 Roscoe Lane
Liverpool, L1 9JD
phone:+44 (0)151 707 1703 or 07940 759245

Press Corps is the official press corps of the Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art, September 18th-November 28th 2004, providing a full access, information and hospitality service for journalists at http://www.presscorps.org.uk as well as at Static Gallery.

The Liverpool Biennial represents the UK's biggest contemporary art event, in the city which is shortly to become European Capital of Culture. Due to these exceptional circumstances Press Corps decided to leave nothing to chance, providing a comprehensive range of facilities to support quality writing.

Press Corps provides access to all exhibitions, launch events and press conference information so that optimal critical engagement with the Biennial can occur. Press Corps assists with planning of visits by national and international journalists and broadcasters.

Once in the city, Press Corps provides a meeting and orientation service for press, as well as a complimentary night in Liverpool's famous Adelphi Hotel.

Whilst in the city, members of the press can take advantage of Press Corp's communication facilities including wireless internet access, fax, photocopier and access to reviews as they emerge.

Press Corps also provides a central, comfortable social and rest area at the host venue Static Gallery, providing complimentary refreshments and storage facilities. These facilities are available to all who register through Press Corps and on presentation of the Press Corps badge. Facilities are available 10-6 Monday to Saturday.

To access the benefits of Press Corps we suggest you register early via the web-site or by presenting your credentials in person at Static, 23 Roscoe Lane, Liverpool, L1 9JD.

The public may view the exceptional space, but priority is given to maintaining the comfort of, and preserving the privacy of the press when working.

In addition to supporting and tracking features about the Biennial in the press, Press Corps is commissioning a range of texts by respected and emerging writers. New press releases, features and reviews will be available at the host venue for the sole use by the press, and will be also available online at http://www.presscorps.org.uk/critical.htm

 

 

 

 

 


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