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Ammemorium: A Forgotten Rebel’s Tale

This autumn, the Whitaker Museum and Art Gallery is host to an exhibition by John Hyatt and Sam Windrim, Ammemorium: A Forgotten Rebel’s Tale. The exhibition is of new work about the adventures, tragedies and misadventures of John and Sam’s grandfather, a forgotten Irish revolutionary of 1916. The show features new paintings by John alongside poems by Sam.

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Simon Woolham’s Up And Coming Exhibitions And Projects

The Macc Walks – Taking-Back-Space: Pete, Janet and Laura Commissioned film for the Barnaby Festival 2016 http://barnabyfestival.org.uk/events-2016/simon-woolham-the-macc-walks-taking-back-space-janet-laura-and-pete/ DAR – Digital Artist Residency SPACE/PLACE Residency http://digitalartistresidency.org/news  Rural Routes – The Bolsover Walks Commission for D-Lab in collaboration with Junction Arts, Derbyshire http://www.d-lab.org.uk http://junctionarts.org In Search Of The Shortcuts ART ON PAPER BOZAR, Brussels Represented by PAPER  http://www.artonpaper.be HUGGING THE CANAL Super Slow Way Walking/Drawing Residency from Leeds to Liverpool In collaboration with Jennifer Reid http://superslowway.org.uk _______________________________________________________________ Simon Woolham Artist Associate Artist – Fermynwoods Contemporary Art Practice-Led PhD at MIRIAD (MMU) Associate Lecturer – Manchester Metropolitan University Curator/Artistic Programmer at PAPER mail: simonwooly@hotmail.com Tel: 07759 776848 www.insearchoftheshortcuts.com www.darkcorner.co.uk www.paper-gallery.co.uk ...

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Chris Hamer: Border Paintings

Details of my solo exhibition, which opens tonight at Rogue Studios in Levenshulme. This is part of the LCAC project that runs alongside the Manchester International Festival until 28th July. http://www.bankley.org.uk/ http://www.lcac.org.uk/ On the Gorton border the runoff from the carwash stains the pavement by a fence that has collapsed. Over the A6 the broken stones are rearranged nightly, bridging the floodwater in the space of the tunnel after it rains. Time seems to be patchy around here, and can alter strikingly from one street to the next: it can be the time of the city, sometimes of the suburbs, ...

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A Quality of Distance

A research project and new public artwork by photographic artist David Penny at Edge Hill Station. Launch Event: Thursday 16th April 6-8pm Work on view at Metal until 15th May. (access through large yellow doors on Platform 1 until 5.30pm Mon-Fri) The project has been made possible through a “Time & Space” residency at Metal and is part of a longer term research project, supported by Arts Council England, investigating the potential of the railway station as a site for the exhibition of contemporary art practice. Over five weeks a new large-scale image will be installed on Platform 3 at Edge Hill train station, with the image being changed ...

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