Love this photo, it’s a great view which includes my old school – the Institute. You can see the ‘Fives’ courts in the playground. Any one out there remember playing fives during the lunch break?
This should be a fascinating exhibition of photographs of the building of Liverpool Cathedral by Stewart Bale one of the top local photographers of the last century.
‘Creating a Cathedral: Photographs by Stewart Bale of the Building of Liverpool Anglican Cathedral’
Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, 8 – 27 May 2011
09:00 – 17:30 (each day)
This exciting photographic exhibition in association with Liverpool John Moores University presents the work of Stewart Bale (1889 – 1944) and centres on the amazing history of the building of Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral.
Liverpool Cathedral, (the Cathedral Church of Christ), is the last great cathedral ever to have been built in the U.K. The astounding building process was documented by the cathedral’s official photographer, Stewart Bale, and these spectacular original photographs will be the focus of an exhibition in the cathedral during May 2011.
The exhibition is curated by Dr. Emma Roberts, History of Art course leader at Liverpool John Moores University, and will be part of the Look2011 Photography Festival, which takes place throughout Liverpool during this year:
The exhibition is free to visit and will be accompanied by events and activities. These will be a mix of the educational, spiritually uplifting and moving. Please see the LooK2011 website for upcoming details of events.