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Did you attend the Cities in Dialogue exhibition, concerts or workshops in October?Brian Mackern Santa Rosa Storm

Were you inspired by the artists exhibited there?

Do you want to dialogue with their works?

Do you want the chance to feed directly into a new and evolving work of art?

Then the Cities in Dialogue Twitter Gallery is for you!

Back in October, we covered details of a digital art exhibition curated by two SOCLAS staff, Professor Claire Taylor and Dr Jordana Blejmar, held at the FACT art gallery in Liverpool. For anyone who couldn’t make it, or who did, but would like to get more involved, there are some exciting new events taking place in March and April of this year.

Throughout the month of March, the project will be running a Twitter Gallery retrospective of the exhibition, dedicating one week each to each of the artists and the works they exhibited at the exhibition.

Then, throughout the month of April, the project will be premiering images and video files of Brian Mackern’s exciting new Residence Artwork that he created whilst he was here in Liverpool, This Too Shall Pass.

Artist in Residence Brian Mackern

Using favourites and re-tweets, and the exhibition hashtag #citiesindialogue, everyone is invited to vote for and comment on their favourite images during both months.

There will also be questionnaires for those of you who want to leave more detailed feedback, and the project will be trialling exciting new ways of contributing to an art work as it develops.

A prize will be awarded to the most-favourited image and the most-re-tweeted image, so get your twitter accounts at the ready!

To see all the images in the galleries, follow the project on twitter: @latamcyber

For more information about the events, take a look at our site, Latin American Cyberculture .

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