And These Birds Can Sing
Part of our ‘Very Public Art’ commission, And These Birds Can Sing by artist Katy Anne Bellis is a magical sound installation of colourful bird boxes situated in the grounds of St. Nicholas’s Church.
Created by The Birdcage Stage in collaboration with Hope Street Harmonies and We Want Women, the artwork is a celebration of female/female identifying singers, poets and musicians in Liverpool.
Our Very Public Art commissions are a celebration of outdoor, public art taking place across Liverpool’s Quarters comissioned by Culture Liverpool and supported by Arts Council England.
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If you are planning on visiting this beautiful installation and soundscape, you may find the following information of use when planning your visit.
- Access is permitted between 11.00am – 4.00pm and it is an inclusive event and venue.
- Disabled access to the church gardens is available from the side of the road. There are no audio descriptions or BSL.
- The birdboxes play sounds of bird song and songs from women. These are viewable from the path. The bird sculptures and boxes are currently held behind rope barriers as they are not designed to be touched but rather, enjoyed from the path.
- Part of the artwork is inside St Nicks church and the sound will be switched off at certain times including:
- Sunday mornings before 12noon
- Friday 30 July at 2.30pm
- Saturday 31 July at 12 noon
- Saturday 31 July at 1.15pm
- Sunday 1 August at 1.00pm
- Friday 6 August at 4.00pm
- Saturday 7 August at 2.00pm
- Thursday 12 August at 11.00am* this may extend to the morning, please see social media for details.
- Saturday 14 August at 1.30pm
Event Date: Tuesday 27th July – Sunday 15th August 2021
LOCATION: St Nicholas Church Gardens, Liverpool, L2 8GW