|OUTPUT Gallery is based in Liverpool City Centre and works exclusively with creatives who are from or based in Merseyside.|
2018 we have delivered a busy programme of exhibitions to support to
mobility, development and visibility of artists in the area. Alongside
physical exhibitions we run regular postal exhibitions, a podcast and
present work online and in the public realm.
We are always happy to hear from artists and members of our audience - please see the INPUT page for details.
is managed by Michael Lacey. Technical support is provided by Invisible
Wind Factory staff, in particular Creative Technology director Venya
Krutikov & Administrator Mia Tagg. OUTPUT gallery is part of
Invisible Wind Factory operations.
Our current programme is made possible by funding from Arts Council England and additional support from Bluecoat, FACT, Bridewell Studios & Gallery and Liverpool Arab Arts Festival.
We currently ask that visitors to the gallery wear a mask, to show support for our staff and more vulnerable visitors.
|WEDNESDAY||11am - 5pm|
|THURSDAY||11am - 5pm|
|FRIDAY||11am - 5pm|
|SATURDAY||11am - 5pm|
|SUNDAY||11am - 5pm|
HOW TO FIND US
32 Seel St
is next door to Kazimier Gardens, behind the big Tesco on Hanover
Street. Our space is multi-functional and also hosts Total Recall
to a recent health and safety review, the gallery is no longer
wheelchair accessible. We regret this and it will be rectified in
future site developments.
There is a bell to request access if
the front door is closed. There are four stone steps inside the
entrance to access the shop and gallery areas. The gallery space is
un-staffed, please ask the shop if you require assistance.
If you have any questions regarding access please get in touch via the Input page.
Download full venue access guide here
|WHAT ARE POSTAL EXHIBITIONS?|
started running postal exhibitions in 2020 to connect artists and
audiences when we couldn't open our gallery space due to lockdown. They
have since become a regular feature of our programming.
format is simple - artists are commissioned to create an exhibition
that fits in an envelope rather than a gallery, and you can sign up to
receive one online. Postal exhibitions are free, just like the gallery
exhibitions. Previous postal exhibitions have included prints,
posters, original drawings, board games, poetry, pamphlets and maps.
To be sure you don't miss out on future postal exhibitions, sign up for our mailing list here.