Art For All: Exciting New Shop CASS Art Opens in Liverpool One

The shop is a welcoming, friendly and warm space, hard to find in many art shops

You may have noticed that the old Cath Kidston shop on School Lane has recently undergone a transformation. In its place sits a brand new and exciting shop, CASS Art.  Having stores in London, Glasgow and Bristol, they have recently opened a Liverpool branch, bringing the experience and knowledge that comes with CASS Art into our own art-filled city. More...

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