Art in Manchester – INTERFACE at Neo:Studios & 2018 GM Arts Prize

Art in Manchester
25th March 2018

 Art in Manchester: Contemporary Art & Contemporary Arts Prize!   This week in Art in Manchester we have an interesting offer from Neo:Studios  which they describe as: ‘a pioneering exhibition of contemporary art, which explores the impact of technology on our daily physical and social environment and on visual culture in general.’  There’s also the fantastic news that the 2018 GM Arts Prize has launched. Submissions are now being sought…

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Art in Manchester – What’s On in March – Three

BeesBlogs
18th March 2018

Art in Manchester – What’s On In March More Art in Manchester from BeesBlogs in what has been great month for art-lovers. I’ve also put in some Snippets as a reminder of some exhibitions still on if you haven’t yet had time to get around them, including: ‘Looking Forward at Saul Hay Gallery, Alison Wilding at The Whitworth, Manchester artist Chris Cyprus at Contemporary Six,  Paradise works hosts  Tipping the…

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BeesBlogs art2c in Manchester – March – Two

Beesblogs art2c in Manchester
9th March 2018

BeesBlogs art2c in Manchester – March – Two BeesBlogs has a selection of exhibitions starting this coming week or just started, plus, one that any lover of photography will be delighted to see. The Hepworth, Wakefield ‘Lee Miller and Surrealism in Britain’ starting 22nd June – definitely One for the Diary (more information below) So, we have Lesley Halliwell in residence at Zellig Arts, Sara Ricardi in conversation with artists…

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BeesBlogs art2c in Manchester – March – One

Art2c in Manchester
6th March 2018

BeesBlogs art2c in Manchester – March – One March heralds in Spring and some great new art2c in Manchester this month. Rather than put together a What’s On of great length, I’ve decided to break it down in weekly bite-size pieces. More next week!! As part of International Women’s Day and Manchester’s Wonder Women Festival, Castlefield Gallery have brought together Ruth Barker and Hannah Leighton-Boyce in their latest exhibition previewing…

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