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Dr Martens support for Homotopia

Dr Martens support for Homotopia

  Homotopia is proud to announce it has secured the iconic British footwear brand Dr. Martens for the second year as event sponsor for 2014. As part of this year’s programme Dr Martens are supporting the iconic photographic exhibition by Catherine Opie entitled ‘The Gang’ which is currently at the Walker Art Gallery until February 2015. Amy Nelson, Dr Martens UK Retail Marketing Manager said: ‘Music and subculture is at the heart of Dr.Martens and we are excited to continue our involvement with the Homotopia festival for the second year running. Dr. Martens stands for individuality and the right to…

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Morrissey and Marr say ‘YES’ to new play at Homotopia

Morrissey and Marr say ‘YES’ to new play at Homotopia

  To obtain the rights to perform any Smith’s song in a dramatic piece of work is extremely rare – in fact it may never have been granted before according to the Performing Rights Society. However, Morrissey and Marr have just given permission for Billy Cowan’s play, Still Ill, to use what is many fans’ favourite song, There Is A Light That Never Goes Out. Still Ill, at The Lantern Theatre 21 & 22 November, is a blistering new drama that involves gay paramilitaries and gives an honest assessment of Ulster ten years after the signing of the Good Friday…

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Liverpool John Moores University Announced As Festival Sponsor

Liverpool John Moores University Announced As Festival Sponsor

  In a press release issued today by LJMU it was announced that they will continue their support of and partnership with Homotopia for the second year.   Supporting the Homotopia international festival of arts and culture   Liverpool John Moores University is continuing its successful cultural collaboration with Homotopia for the 2014 annual international festival of arts and culture. The partnership is set to bring even more exciting opportunities to students and staff, while contributing to the arts sector in Merseyside.   LJMU is the highest ranking university in the Stonewall index of Britain’s best employers for lesbian, gay…

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Hot Off The Press

Hot Off The Press

  Read an interview with Homotopia’s artistic director Gary Everett all about this year’s festival

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Terence Davies Appearing at Homotopia 2014

Terence Davies Appearing at Homotopia 2014

Following Homotopia’s exclusive John Water’s event last year, this year’s festival will also feature a cult figure from the world of film. Terence Davies will appear at The Black-E in conversation with writer and journalist Laura Brown on Saturday 8th November. Davies is arguably one of the most distinct English voices in modern cinema. With films such as ‘Distant Voices, Still Lives’, ‘Of Time and the City’ and ‘The Long Day Closes’ the influences of growing up in post-war Liverpool are clear. “regarded by many as Britain’s greatest living film director.” – Nick Roddick London Evening Standard Presented in partnership…

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Jarman (All this maddening Beauty)’

Jarman (All this maddening Beauty)’

With text by Obie-winning U.S. playwright Caridad Svich and film and audio content featuring over 40 performers Force/Collision founder John Moletress performs this sensual meditation on beauty, love, sex and mortality attempting to capture the essence of artist, film-maker and queer cult figure Derek Jarman. Manipulating film and sound whilst performing live, Moletress unravels his own story of survival as an artist.

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Distinction Between Freud and Jung Ideas

Distinction Between Freud and Jung Ideas In this paper, I will quickly sketch the differences involving Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung’s psychoanalytic hypotheses, with emphasis on the method by which the latter engages and deviates within the past. I will start with a short exposition on your essential aspects of Freud’s psychoanalytic principle after which turn to the discussion on Jung’s carry out Freud.essay help online Fundamental to Freud’s psychoanalytic principle is a claim that the full progress of a persons person would depend primarily for the repression in the intuition via the ego or, to paraphrase, the inhibition on…

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Arts Council England award Homotopia NPO funding until 2018

Arts Council England award Homotopia NPO funding until 2018

Arts Council England this week announced their new national portfolio of arts organisations and museums, representing a major public investment in England’s art and culture. Homotopia was awarded £240k over 3 years which starts in April 2015. It was one of a handful of organisations that received an increase in funding. In this uncertain economic climate, the financial support from ACE will go a long way to ensure that Homotopia can continue to produce its award winning annual festival and innovative year round participatory and education programme.  It also means the organisation can extend its youth and educational work as…

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The Un-Straight Museum – Live Broadcasts

The Un-Straight Museum – Live Broadcasts

On Friday 13th & Saturday 14th June, as part of the Un-Straight Museum, we will be broadcasting 5 events live as part of the conference. You will be able to watch and share these via the Youtube links below.  You can contribute to the conference via twitter using #unstraightconference Scheduled for 9:45am on 13 Jun 2014 Representatives from the Swedish-based online project ‘Unstraight Museum’ will discuss and analyse the situation in Swedish institutions famed for their liberality and social justice. Scheduled for 13:45pm on 13th June 2014 National Museums Liverpool and Homotopia discuss their partnership work that has resulted in the…

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Relationship between macro- and micro levels of Economy

Relationship amongst small and macro stages of fiscal overall performance Relationship amongst micro and macro amounts of fiscal results Business economics is split between analysis of methods the overall economic climate functions as well as how single marketplaces work.term paper Both of these realms are macroeconomics and microeconomics. Macroeconomics scientific tests total financial system. It manages things such as the cost of living and Household Gross Merchandise (GDP); while microeconomics studies solitary marketplace works (Altman, 2006).

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