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Professor Phil Redmond (BA Social Studies 1977, Hon LittD 2010), founder of Open Culture, the organisers of the Long Night outside the Engineering Tower
The Victoria Gallery & Museum (VG&M) and Engineering Tower became a feature of the city’s Long Night celebrations.
The Long Night is a cultural initiative from Open Culture, which marks the start of the final 10 days of the city’s international art festival, the Liverpool Biennial. More than 50 galleries and museums in the city centre stay open late and stage special events for visitors to enjoy.
As part of the celebrations the VG&M opened its doors until 9pm and the Engineering Building featured a special light display.
Photo by Mark McNulty
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