The World’s Reimagined comes to Liverpool Cathedral
Liverpool Cathedral is delighted to host one of ten large globe structures which make up a public art trail across the Liverpool City Region. The globe will be with us from August 13th until October 31st.
The globes make up The World Reimagined, a ground-breaking, UK-wide art education project. The project aims to bring to life the reality and impact of transatlantic slavery inviting the public to think about ways to make racial justice a reality.
Our globe – the reality of Being Enslaved – is one of five on a walking tour of Liverpool City centre which also includes locations at Liverpool: Central library; Rialto (Berkeley Square); Liverpool One (College Lane); Martin Luther King Building, Albert Dock.
Dean Sue said “we’re proud to be able to host one of these thought-provoking globes. We have recognised for many years the church’s historic involvement in transatlantic slavery and as a cathedral, alongside many other partners have been working to reflect on that legacy and how we can be part of a better future for all. Hosting a globe helps us, and others reflect and we hope that all engage with this in a strong, positive way.”
You can find out more about the World Reimagined on their website