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Convenience Gallery is curating an art exhibition called “Not a Cloud in the Sky”, at the Visitor Centre at Birkenhead Park which runs through to Sunday 31 July.
Featuring a host of exciting local artists, the exhibition ties in with the 175th anniversary of the park.
A spokesperson for the gallery said, “Convenience decided to hit the road again and this time we have arrived on a trip over to Birkenhead Park for their 175th birthday.
“Birkenhead Park is a place of historical and international significance as the first municipal park in the world and we’re really excited to bring a project and artists to their visitor centre space.
“For the exhibit, we ran an open call in which over 50 incredibly talented artists submitted. We have curated 21 of these in this exhibition.”
Featuring work from:Lo Tierney, Parice Bowyer, Joseph Hulme, Karema Munassar, Landlines Studio, Elisa Sallis, Ella Matthews, Libby Robinson, Eleanor Szydlowska, Joy Clarke, F ern Cooke, Phoebe Thomas, Laleh Kamalian, Declan Connolly, Steve Scull, Hassnat Sikander & Tom Doubtfire, Ellie Towers, Alex Long Yuan, Paul Mellor, Max Mallender, & Monica Marshall
The exhibition runs until Sunday 31 July at Birkenhead Park Visitor Centre, Park Drive, Birkenhead CH41 8AU
Images: Convenience Gallery
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