CBS Graduate Residency

Each year CBS work in partnership with Liverpool John Moores University, offering graduates the opportunity to apply for our graduate residency programme. Working closely with LJMU we offer support and opportunities during the critical transitional period from art school to an artist.

We provide work space in our open plan, critically engaged studios, allowing discussions and interaction with a diverse range of practicing artists.

Logo Residency

We’re inviting exhibiting artist or artists we have previously worked with to redesign the CBS logo. 

Our current logo is designed by Helena Geilinger, a past CBS studio member who co-produced Five Pound Poster Party in 2019.


Jon Edgley 


Luke George, Please Slow Down

Sam Henty, The Harken Archive Presents Eborakon Ofridr Tapestry


Brice Ulrick Krizoua, Its RudeBoyPro


A Particular Act
Raphaella Davies & Benjamin Nuttall - Intimate performances from a diverse range of artists.

Stephen SheehanFINLAND DOES NOT EXIST, 2016 (A Particular Act)

Alice Jacobs in Being Alone Together, 2016  (A Particular Act)

Ellie Hoskins & Rory LarbalestierBlue Sands, 2016 (A Particular Act)


Devon Forester Jones   - Counsel was a project aiming to encourage critical discussion between artists and creatives in Liverpool. It offered an alternative platform for those out of art school to find feedback on their practice and engage with a different creative community.


Helena Geilinger


2017  Jake Kent

2017 Mark Simmonds