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Out Of Place

Sara Davies wrote: I am having some work in this exhibition curated by Iona Shaw. The exhibition is called ‘Out of Place’ and my work is four  photographs 30 cm x 30 cm titled ‘Stay this moment’. It it the work made during my MA. Iona Shaw describes the show on Facebook: Opening Wednesday 22nd April 3.00pm, free entry & complimentary wine. Holden Side Gallery, Grosvenor Building, Manchester School of Art, Cavendish Street, M15 6BR Exciting opportunity to view the latest works of Manchester based artists, ranging from Ph.D., graduate and undergrads of Manchester School of Art, including: Daniel Goodwin, Sara ...

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SLIPPAGE: The Unstable Nature of Difference

9 – 27 March 2015, Open Monday to Saturday 10.00 – 4.00 Contemporary Art Space Chester, The University of Chester Faculty of Arts and Media Kingsway CH2 2LB Curated by Lesley Halliwell and Jo Thorne The exhibition curators explain how, “some of the work in the show confronts head-on what it means to be physically different while other works take us beyond surface appearance and explore embodiment through medical research or mental health issues. Artists include: Katherine Araniello, Lisa Bufano & Jason Tschantre, Eric Fong, Paddy Hartley, Lesley Halliwell, Karen Heald & Susan Liggett, Andrew & Eden Kotting, Noemi Lakmaier,  Daksha Patel, ...

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Summoning Ghosts of Industries Past: Performance Thurs 26th Feb

I’m showing work on Thursday 26th February at 7.30pm in Third Floor Studios Exhibition Space, Manchester. Hope you can make it if you’re close by, and here’s what I’m working on if you’re far away… Site-specific experimental film performance by Mary Stark exploring voice, optical sound and industrial noise 7.30pm Thursday 26th February, Third floor Studio & Project Space, Chapeltown Street, Manchester M1 2WHa Featuring experimental film works made during a September 2014 residency at LIFT, the Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto. The artist residency was funded by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Canada Council for the Arts ...

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ALBUM: PAINTINGS OF POLAND 1940-1941

‘Album’ is an exhibition of new work by MIRIAD postgraduate researcher David Gledhill. The exhibition features 6 large scale paintings based on photographs from an album that was found in a flea market in Frankfurt in 2013. The exhibition opens on Tuesday February 17th and all are welcome to the Private View on Friday February 20th, from 6 – 8pm in theHolden Side Gallery.

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The Fire & The Rose

You are all invited to the exhibition launch of ‘The Fire and The Rose’ as part of Asia Triennial Manchester 2014.    Preview: Wednesday 5th November 5pm-8pm  Vertical Gallery, Manchester School of Art Cavendish Street, Manchester, M15 6BR   Artists: Sarah Lawton, Steve Dixon, Saoirse Higgins, Paul Booth, Jacqueline Butler, Alice Kettle, Paul Scott, Joseph Duffy, Gavin Parry, Tongyu Zhou, Jane Brake and John Aitken Curated by: Tongyu Zhou, Joe Duffy and Alice Kettle The Fire and the Rose presents the work by a group of twelve artists from Manchester School of Art. Inspired by their visits to Asian countries, ...

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‘Stay this moment’ – Photographic Work by Sara Davies

Come and view Sara Davies’s photographic work at the MA Degree show 2014. The work is the culmination of an MA by research project titled: ‘Re-constructing Home – Memories in the Scandinavian Diaspora’. My work explores the experience of being Anglo-Nordic in the north of England through photographic self-staging. I investigate how migrants in diaspora establish a sense of belonging through symbolic imagery and collective myths. In my work the traditional Nordic red croft, symbolic of an ideal home, is haunting. Re-modelled from my new position in the UK, its meaning is shifting. Preview: 2nd October 2014 at 5:30pm – 8:30pm ...

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Lewis Sykes’ Whitney Triptych at NOISE

Whitney Triptych v1.2 – an audiovisual artwork by Lewis Sykes produced as the research for his Ph.D. project, The Augmented Tonoscope, has been judged “Outstanding” by curator Janey De Nordwall from over 5,000 festival submissions to the NOISE 2014 festival – “A national celebration of the UK’s next generation of creative talent, handpicked by the best in the business”. The work will feature alongside 56 other selections in a “Best New Creatives: NOISE Festival 2014” outdoor exhibition, Southbank & Bankside, London, 9th September – 5th October 2014 and be exhibited in a 3-day exhibition of “Best New Artists of NOISE Festival 2014” showcase at The Old Granada Studios, ...

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Sabbi Kaur’s Master’s Degree show

  You are cordially invited to come view my Master’s Degree artworks on the 28th of May 2014, between 10:00 and 18:00 at MMU Special Collections. Please see e-flyer for details. To access Special Collections, enquire at the information desk on the ground floor of the library. I look forward to seeing you there. Kind regards Sabbi Kaur Artist and workshop leader

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Making Traditions

Lucy Wright has her final PhD exhibition in the evening of April  29th at the People’s History Museum and it would be lovely if you could make it. In addition to display of photographs and costumes produced during my research, there will also be performances by a number of local groups I have worked with, including Irlam Royalettes Morris Dancers, 2nd Alexandra Park Girl Guides and Lymm Morris Men.

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Propositions for things to come

Preview @ 5-7pm on Friday 11th April (Exhibition runs from 8th – 24th April) Holden Gallery cafe space Manchester School of Art Grosvenor Building M15 6BR Dear all. You’re very welcome to the preview of ‘Propositions for things to come’, an exhibition of drawings underpinning my recently submitted PhD. It would be great to see you there. Please feel free to circulate if any of your students / friends might be interested. All very best Emily

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