Sinead Nunes

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Twenty-something writer, freelance marketer and events producer living and working on the Liverpool arts scene. I'm lucky enough to have worked for and with some of our beautiful city's top galleries, and as a mentor on the CVAN Critical Writing Programme.

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Review — 07.10.2018

Interview with Joseph O’Rourke, John Moores Prize Winner

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

by Callan Waldron-Hall

Review — 07.10.2018

Liverpool Biennial 2018 at the Bluecoat

The Bluecoat, Liverpool

by Callan Waldron-Hall

Review — 07.10.2018

Invisible Flock’s AURORA at Toxteth Reservoir

Liverpool

by Denise Couroux

Exploration — 17.09.2018

The List, Its Destruction and What This Means for Liverpool

Liverpool

by Julia Johnson

Review — 09.09.2018

On Women in the Arts: We Want Women’s Support of Female Artists

Liverpool

by Claire Walker

Review — 02.09.2018

This Is Shanghai at Cunard Building

Cunard Building, Liverpool

by Sinéad Nunes

Review — 24.08.2018

Film at Liverpool Biennial 2018

Liverpool

by Julia Johnson

Review — 24.08.2018

New Brighton Revisited at The Sailing School Gallery

The Sailing School Gallery, Liverpool

by Denise Courcoux

Review — 15.07.2018

Preview: COSMOS at bluedot 2018

Liverpool

by Jacob Bolton

Review — 30.05.2018

It’s all Material – Snapshot to WeChat: A Migration of Identity

Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

by Callan Waldron-Hall

Exploration — 01.05.2018

Museums in a Post-Colonial Commonwealth: identities, issues and opportunities

Museum of Liverpool, Liverpool

by Julia Johnson

Review — 09.04.2018

Ken’s Show: An Art Handler’s View of Tate Liverpool

Tate Liverpool, Liverpool

by Julia Johnson

Review — 09.04.2018

Ready Gamers? States of Play: Roleplay Reality at FACT

FACT, Liverpool

by Callan Waldron-Hall

Review — 12.03.2018

Another Look: The Pier Head – Tom Wood at Open Eye Gallery

Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

by Kenn Taylor

Review — 05.03.2018

Hookworms: Totality of Experience at Invisible Wind Factory

Julia Johnson explores live music as a complete artistic experience

by Julia Johnson

Review — 11.02.2018

Lubaina Himid: Meticulous Observations and Naming the Money

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

by Callan Waldron-Hall

Review — 11.02.2018

The Pier Head – Tom Wood at Open Eye Gallery

Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

by Aoife Robinson

Review — 11.02.2018

Presence: Chinese Contemporary Art at St. George’s Hall

St. George's Hall, Liverpool

by Julia Johnson

Review — 11.02.2018

Future Aleppo: a VR Experience at FACT

FACT, Liverpool

by Callan Waldron-Hall

Review — 11.02.2018

Slaves of Fashion: The Singh Twins at Walker Art Gallery

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

by Julia Johnson

Review — 10.01.2018

John Piper at Tate Liverpool

Tate Liverpool, Liverpool

by Sean Ketteringham

Review — 15.12.2017

Making Himself Claire: Grayson Perry at Walker Art Gallery

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

by Claire Walker

Review — 27.11.2017

Bedwyr Williams: Hypercaust at Storyhouse

Storyhouse

by Bob Dickinson

Review — 25.11.2017

Mary Reid Kelley & Patrick Kelley at Tate Liverpool

Tate Liverpool, Liverpool

by Julia Johnson

Review — 09.11.2017

Wu Tsang: Under Cinema at FACT

FACT, Liverpool

by Aoife Robinson

Review — 02.11.2017

Abandon Normal Devices 2017 (2/2): AUDIO

Castleton, Peak District

by Jacob Bolton

Review — 26.10.2017

Review: Frequency Festival 2017

Lincoln

by Jacob Bolton

Review — 25.10.2017

What is Socially Engaged Photographic Practice?

Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

by Eli Regan

Review — 24.10.2017

Bluecoat: In the Peaceful Dome

The Bluecoat, Liverpool

by Callan Waldron-Hall

Review — 20.10.2017

Preview: Log Book at Frequency Festival

The Chapter House, Lincoln

by Jacob Bolton

Review — 16.10.2017

Artist Rooms: Roy Lichtenstein in Focus

by Carl Bishop

Review — 16.10.2017

Culture Shifts: Local at Open Eye Gallery

Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

by Grace Edwards

Review — 11.10.2017

Abandon Normal Devices 2017 (1/2): VISUAL

Castleton, Peak District

by Jacob Bolton

Review — 29.09.2017

Alphonse Mucha: In Quest of Beauty, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

Walker Art Gallery

by Claire Walker

Review — 27.09.2017

Black Blossoms at The Royal Standard: If We’re Going To Heal, Let It Be Glorious

The Royal Standard, Liverpool

by Grace Edwards

Review — 25.09.2017

Considering the Past and what has Passed – Coming Out: Sexuality, Gender & Identity

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

by Callan Waldron-Hall