Tabitha Moses studio and exhibition
Thu 16th August 2012
Bridewell Studios and Gallery and Victoria Gallery and Museum, Liverpool
Visit the studio of Tabitha Moses, housed in a Grade II listed Victorian police station. We will then take a short walk (15 - 20 min) to the Victoria Gallery and Museum (another Grade II listed building) to view Tabitha's exhibition, 'Threshold: The Sublime Skin'. Based in the former women students' common room, the exhibition explores the relationship between the mind and the skin. Lunch will be available in the stunning Waterhouse Cafe at VGM.
You are then free to look at other exhibits and art exhibitions at the museum, as well admire the lovely building.
The Bridewell Studios and Gallery
101 Prescot Street
Opposite The Royal Hospital chimney.
Directions from Liverpool Lime Street Station: Exit the train station through the right hand entrance (as you look at the big clock). Walk up London Road and Prescot Street. Pass Starbucks and Spar on your left. The Bridewell is on the left at the top of the hill.
By car, directions from M62: At the end of the M62 follow signs for city centre, driving along Edge Lane (A5047) for quite a while, until you are nearly in the city centre. Turn right onto Low Hill (B5340). You will pass the front of The Bridewell on your left as you follow the road around to the left. Immediately after the curve take the left hand turn into Manfred Street. About 200 yards in front of you you will see a row of blue and metal doors. Park in front of these and walk back around to the front entrance of the building where we will meet.
Tabitha Moses was a runner up for last year's Professional Development Award. See the past winner's page for details.