Liverpool will have its first free Digital Art Exhibition highlighting some of the city’s leading artists with work on the Blockchain on Tuesday 29th November at LMA, one of the fastest growing creative institutions in the UK, in the Metquarter.
The exhibition is brought to the city by NFT Public Relations, who has been hosting monthly meet-ups and exhibitions since February of this year, and building a like-minded community to discuss the ever-evolving digital art world whilst networking with artists, developers, collectors, curators, enthusiasts and complete newcomers to the NFT space.
NFT (Non Fungible Token) is a unique digital identifier that cannot be copied, substituted, or subdivided, that is recorded in a Blockchain, and that is used to certify authenticity and ownership. There will be a spectacular NFT exhibition showcasing talented Northern artists and in addition to the exhibition, there will be a carefully curated group of guest speakers who are experts in their respective fields.
These include Erica Stanford, author of the highly commended book “Crypto wars”, consultant for CMS law firm and founder of Crypto Curry Club. Erica will be delivering an insightful talk which will provide an incredible amount of value and knowledge to guests.
Alongside Erica, there will also be Edua Sykes, founder of Cryptic Ventures, a company committed to developing their mission of social entrepreneurship by utilising and implementing Web3 technologies that have a positive impact on society.
Edua, originally from Mexico but now living in Liverpool, has worked for Known Origin a marketplace for digital assets based in Manchester which was recently acquired by Ebay for an undisclosed fee and has become a key voice in the promotion of Digital Fashion.
From 6.30pm, the NFT Exhibition will welcome guests who have pre-registered for a free ticket via this link.
Andrai Jones, of NFT Public Relations, explained:
“We’re very excited to host Liverpool’s first free NFT Exhibition at LMA in the Metquarter. After hosting monthly events since February 2022, we’ve built a fantastic community of like-minded individuals who’ve come together to share their knowledge, or gain some insight, into the Web3 and NFT space.
“This exhibition will showcase talented Northern artists, giving them a platform to share their work with a wider audience. Tickets are, as always, completely free so it’s a great opportunity to come along, meet new people and learn more about NFTs and the Web3 space. We look forward to welcoming you on Tuesday 29th November from 6.30pm.’
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