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Lots happening in Liverpool and London this month as we present you with seven more opportunities to see art in the face of Christmas shopping.
Built in 1930, Liverpool's bronze-engraved Cenotaph will be given Grade I status as part of an English Heritage campaign to list up to 2,500 memorials by 2019.
Pictures from this year's festival of all things digital and cinematic on Merseyside, where Mark Boulos filled Fact with films and Jesse Darling pondered the art of the selfie.
Ben Miller scoots around Liverpool encountering DeLorean-inspired futuristic vehicles, mashed up BitTorrent videos and disconcertingly powerful Marxist films. It must be Abandon Normal Devices......
The French new media artist tells us about spying, surveillance, Woody Allen films in China and the top 100 clips being downloaded on torrents across the world.
The Tate Liverpool curator introduces us to a monumental metal piece which allows the world to be viewed in kaleidoscopic style, on show in the Constellations series.
Touring show 3am kicks off in Liverpool with a multi-faceted look at sleeplessness and the hopes and fears of the small hours.
The Assistant Curator tells us why she's a fan of Anywhere out of the World, from the major current Marc Chagall exhibition at Tate Liverpool.
Damien Hirst's 2013 show was the most popular ever solo exhibition for Tate, whose plans for the forthcoming year include a digital display allowing visitors to add their own art.
Heritage Open Days, the opening of the Ashmolean's new museum in a Cotswold village and the opening season at the Library of Birmingham catch the eye this month.
The Assistant Curator at Tate Liverpool on a Nauman sculpture made of irregular, hollow fibreglass and resin bars, featuring in the current Constellations exhibition.
Three artists channel sculptural views, ancient literature, death and Matisse's muses into an exhibition seeking out the contemporary concept of a masterpiece.
Yorkshire Medieval Festival focuses on Richard III and Scotland's Festival of History unites circus skills, archery and rampaging armies in this month's history highlights.
A French duo turn the gallery into a fracking site and an installation turns the value of capitalism into a public referendum as Liverpool's FACT celebrates ten years of new media adventures.
Myth-based paintings and towering watercolours brought out from storage for the first time in decades feature in an exquisite show of the artist and designer's work.