It’s that time of year again – the Manchester Metropolitan School of Art Degree Show kicks off this Friday from 5:30pm! For those of you who haven’t attended in previous years, the MMU Degree Show is probably the biggest event in the North West arts calendar, with hundreds of exhibits covering a huge range of media and disciplines, from fine art, sculpture, textiles and photography to fashion, graphic design, illustration and much much more. More information on this year’s show can be found on the MMU website. The exhibition runs from 14th – 25th June and is well worth a visit.
We’re also excited to announce the return of Drawn Together, Drawn Apart! You can get involved in this unique event, where you’ll have the opportunity to draw dancers as they perform. The show is taking place as part of Create Salford on Saturday 14th June at Digital Performance Lab – the show starts at 3.30pm and is free to attend. We’ve even had a mention on the Manchester Evening News website!
Drawn Together Drawn Apart
Digital Performance Lab
Hi folks! There’s a very special live drawing/dance event featuring some of the Chorlton Art Class artists taking place on Saturday 20th April from 7.30pm at the Contact Theatre, Manchester as part of the Turn Festival:
Tickets for the event are £8 (£5 concessions), or £10/£6 for a two-day pass for the festival.
Booking is via 0161 274 0600 or online at http://www.contactmcr.com/turn. Please quote “Drawn Together Drawn Apart” when booking your ticket, as we may be awarded with some extra funding if we sell the most tickets!
Hi everyone! Sorry for the radio silence over the last few weeks – we’ve been busy as little bees organising a special drawing/dance collaboration event, which you may have seen details of elsewhere on the site. More announcements will follow soon including the date of the event, which is due to take place in April. We hope you’ll be able to join us!
We’re back next week for more sketching at the usual time and place; in the meantime here’s a double helping of your pictures to make up for not posting them last time…
We’re looking for volunteer artists to collaborate alongside two talented contemporary dancers in a live drawing and performance project and exhibition! Get in touch today to find out more by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the flyer below for more details. This project is part of the Turn Mcr festival 2013.