Here we are - Performative Conversation with Homebaked
197-199 Oakfield Road, 2013
23 sep '13
Hosted by Roger Phillips from BBC Radio Merseysidehttp://liverpoolbiennial.co.uk/whats...
Saturday, 28 September 2013, 4 - 5.30pm, free event, booking advised
It is only one month to go till the launch of our bakery. We are in the midst of refurbishment. Just the perfect time to invite you all to visit!
Join us for a public conversation about the past, present and future of Homebaked. We invite you to listen to Homebaked's illustrious biography told through the narratives of people who made it happen. And we want you to chime in. What is Homebaked? How did we get here? How can small-scale alternatives like ours take part in shaping our city?
Photographer Mark Loudon will also be showing the first instalment of his exhibition of Homebaked portraits.
There will of course be amazing free baked goods and time for a chat!
This event is presented as part of 'Future Cities', a collaborative project between Liverpool Biennial and Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art that considers the role culture can play in re-imagining our future cities. For more information and to book a place please contact the Biennial
All the best
your Homebaked Team.
197-199 Oakfield Road (diagonally opposite the cop end of Anfield Stadium)
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Homebaked is an independent Community Land Trust and Bakery established through 2Up2Down,
a Liverpool Biennial project, with support from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Metabolic Studio, Arts Council England and Liverpool City Council.
related project:2Up2Down / Homebaked
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