In partnership with International Curators Forum, Metal will host three curators from the Beyond the Frame programme for the duration of Liverpool Biennial 2018. The three selected curators are Kat Anderson, Katarzyna Sobucka and Sunil Shah. The residencies will involve each curator developing a new project, alongside artists from their networks, in response to the Biennial festival theme and the city of Liverpool. […]
METAL is delighted to announce our support for PROCESSIONS (www.processions.co.uk), a mass participation artwork which marks 100 years since women were first given the right to vote in Britain.
Edge Hill Station Garden
At Edge Hill station, Metal and a host of brilliant volunteers have worked together to turn an abandoned part of the station into a beautiful community garden. We would love you to get involved.
Metal is delighted to announce, Trackbed – a new composition and sound installation developed by electronic music duo Darkstar, in collaboration with Harthill Youth Centre in Wavertree. This experimental work will be presented as an interactive sound installation at Edge Hill Station this September, and as a live music performance premiering at Edge Hill in Liverpool on 27 September […]
Different Trains 1947
Marking 2017 as the 70th anniversary of Indian independence, Metal – in partnership with Warp Records, Barbican Centre, and Boiler Room; plus Indian partners Wild City and What About Art? – present Different Trains 1947. Find out more here.
Jeremy Deller: With a Little Help from my Friends
Jeremy Deller: With a Little Help from my Friends. Part of Sgt Pepper at 50: Heading for Home. Across Liverpool from 25th May – 16th June 2017. As part of a citywide celebration of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Metal presents a new artwork by […]
Metal Presents – The Space In-between from Metalculture on Vimeo. The Space In – Between, curated by Kate Marsh and arts organisation Metal, took place on 6th September 2018 at the Southbank London. It was the culmination of a research and development programme for 20 artists through residencies at Metal sites in Peterborough, Southend and […]
Metal is delighted to announce that we’re a host partner of Connect/Exchange – a national UK residency scheme for artists with a screen-based practice developed by Northern Film & Media. Connect/Exchange supports artists with the initial research & development of a new project via a two-part residency, together with associated professional networking and events. […]
Rehearsal space at Edge Hill Station
Metal has a performance and rehearsal space inside Edge Hill Station that is available to rent. It is particularly suited to dancers and performers who work with the body. One-off hires are available, but we also offer preferential rates for long-term hires. The space is shared with other artists on a time-share basis. For rates, […]
Desk space at Edge Hill Station
Metal has desk space available to rent at our fully renovated offices within Edge Hill Station. The space would be particularly appropriate for companies or sole traders whose work is creative or community focussed. For rates, further details and to arrange a viewing, contact us on email@example.com
The Day The World Got Smaller
The Day the World Got Smaller is a free online learning resource for primary schools celebrating the history of the Liverpool to Manchester railway. This brand new resource aims to inspire Key Stage 2 pupils to discover aspects of British and world history that are reflected in their local community, and question the impact […]
Different Trains was a major project that saw legendary American composer Steve Reich perform his masterpiece Different Trains live in Liverpool, while filmmaker Bill Morrison presented a newly commissioned film as an accompaniment. Taking place before a sold-out crowd at Edge Hill Station’s historic carriage ramp on 29th September 2016, the concert was also […]