Archive for May 2009


May 28th, 2009 — 9:27pm

Northern Print Biennale 09. Newcastle 26 June - 15 August.

Works from an on-going series of prints / drawings have been selected for the forthcoming Northern Print Biennale, drawn from international submissions and staged at arts venues in Newcastle.

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for a full list of exhibitors: 
http://www.parkerharris.co.uk/news/index.php?ArticleID=276

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May 26th, 2009 — 9:00am

 June 2009
Artists’ uses of the term Revolution - A collection of audio works, 2XCD’s curated by Alan Dunn http://www.alandunn67.co.uk/

criticalmass 

In collaboration with Aidrian Bailey - ‘Revvin up with the Critical Mass’ (1 min 05 sec). Recorded bicycle sounds from a Critical Mass gathering at the Chinese Arch, Liverpool 13th February 2009. 
listen here:
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May 1st, 2009 — 8:41pm

Wednesday 6th May 

Outsider Art: Journeys into the Outside and the significance of Arthur Bispo do Rosário Martin Wallace and David Jacques

Emmy Award winner and BAFTA nominated director Martin Wallace, and artist David Jacques, whose recent work, Por Convención Ferrer,  has been selected for inclusion at the prestigious EAST International 09 Exhibition, present a night devoted to Outsider Art, featuring footage from Martin Wallace’s three-part Channel 4 documentary, Journeys in the Outside, and a visual essay by David Jacques on the significance of Brazilian outsider artist, Arthur Bispo do Rosário. 

Bispo do Rosario






6:30pm Blackburne House, Blackburne Place, Hope Street, L8 7PE

Entrance £4.00/£2.00 on the door


26 April 2009 1.00pm at FACT
Location: Gallery 1

Discussion: Assault on Culture III

The third  in a series of discussions initiated by Mute and Variant magazines questions the existing framework for independent cultural practitioners. Does commercialisation enhance or corrode ‘critical’ culture? Why does an institutional turn to ‘openness’, collaborative and politicised art practices coincide with privatisation? How will the financial crisis impact on arts funding and cultural practice and what would be a ’sustainable’ alternative? With panellists: Leigh French (Variant), Anthony Davies (Writer), David Jacques (artist), Richie Hunter (The Nerve). Chair: Josephine Berry Slater (Mute)

 

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