Museums Now Open Free for All; NMGM Advertising Feature

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Museums Now Open Free for All; NMGM Advertising Feature


NATIONAL Museums and Galleries on Merseyside is delighted to announce that from December 1, 2001, entrance to all national museums and galleries on Merseyside will be free due to the abolishing of admission fees.

This decision upholds the fact that everyone should be entitled to enjoy and learn from all aspects of art, history and culture.

Liverpool is a vibrant city that is rich in all of these subjects and offers a host of venues, each with its own distinct personality and perspective.

The Museum of Liverpool Life, based at the Pier Head, Liverpool, features three new galleries portraying the history and culture of Liverpool. The Museum of Liverpool Life workshop series offers children of all ages the opportunity to look at their communities in the past, present and future via visual art, video, drama and creative writing.

From November 23, 2001 to February 17, 2002, 'Soccer Shots; Stephen Shakeshaft's football photos', will be featured at the museum. The portfolio of award-winning Liverpool Daily Post and Echo photographer Stephen Shakeshaft captures four decades of Merseyside footballing heroes both behind the scenes and in the dressing room, as well as on the pitch. This is a fantastic opportunity for all football fans.

The 120-year-old Walker Art Gallery, William Brown Street, Liverpool, reopens on February 8, 2002 and will feature three new, architecturally stunning galleries and a craft and design gallery. The decorative art gallery will feature costumes and accessories that span the decades.

From February 8 to April 21, 2002, George Romney 1734-1802 will be on display. The show marks the bi-centenary of Romney's death and exclusively presents a comprehensive insight into this leading figure of 18th century British art.

The Walker will also be presenting the first British exhibition of the art of Sir Paul McCartney from May 24 to August 4, 2002. …

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