ROGUE PROJECT SPACE @ THE MANCHESTER CONTEMPORARY
LAUNCH: Thursday 22 September, 5.30-9pm
I’m pleased to announce that we’re taking (a much downsized) version of June’s Progress exhibition to this year’s Manchester Contemporary. Our booth will include work by Rogue members Jan Chlebik, Hilary Jack, Sam Meech, and Evangelia Spiliopoulou.
Our booth at TMC is part of Rogue’s Arts Council England funded 2016 Place & Production programme which I’m co-ordinating this A/W. The programme of exhibitions and events will be the last in the studios current home, Crusader Mill, following the building’s recent purchase by property developers. The works exhibited at The Manchester Contemporary respond to the transitory state of Rogue and the building which has been its home since 2001.
The Manchester Contemporary is the only critically engaged art fair of it’s kind outside London. 2016 will be the eighth edition and will see a range of UK and international gallery and project spaces at the Old Granada Studios in Manchester. Produced alongside Buy Art Fair, this is the largest art fair outside of London.
image courtesy John Lynch
Division of Labour, 1-10 December 2016
Excuse me while I am changing, 14-16 October 2016
The Manchester Contemporary, 22-25 September 2016
Progress, Manchester Histories Festival, 4-26 June 2016
I’m pleased to share the news that Rogue Artists’ Studios have been awarded funding by Arts Council England for a programme of exhibtions, residencies and publications to mark the group’s last months at Crusader Mill. As part of the Place + Production programme we will be taking a paired back version of July’s Progress exhibition to this year’s Manchester Contemporary and I will be curating 2 new group exhibitions exploring the wider area surrounding the Mill and the movement of production from Manchester City Centre. [More]
Nicola Dale + Joe Hancock
L-R Evangelia Spiliopoulou, Hilary Jack
images courtesy of Drew Forsyth for MHF2016.
Progress at Rogue Artists’ Studios for Manchester Histories Festival 2016
4-26th June 2016
Progress is a site specific exhibition featuring the works of eleven contemporary artists in the evocative surrounds of the grade two-listed Crusader Works. The exhibition marks Rogue Artists’ Studio’s final year at Crusader Mill following the building’s recent purchase and forthcoming development. New and selected works by 11 members of Rogue Artists’ Studios consider the building’s transitional state and the industrial heritage of the surrounding landscape.
The exhibition coincides with Manchester Histories Festival will invite Manchester residents to view the works in the context of Crusader Mill, offering an increasingly rare opportunity to visit one of Manchester’s undeveloped mills. The exhibition launches with special performances and film screenings on Saturday 4th June, 1-3pm.
Full exhibition text.
Exhibiting artists: Nicola Dale + Joe Hancock, Tracey Eastham, Taneesha Ahmed, Sam Meech, Evangelia Spiliopoulou, Hilary Jack, Lucy Harvey, David Gledhill, Mary Stark, Annie Carpenter, Jan Chlebik.
L-R David Gledhill, Sam Meech
images courtesy of Jan Chlebik
Opening Party: Friday 23rd October 2015, 6-9pm
Open Weekend: Saturday + Sunday 12-5pm
Rogue Artists’ Studios’ open weekend features more than 95 leading contemporary artists across three floors and two temporary exhibitions within the studios’ project spaces. I will be showing new work in my studio on Floor 4, keep up to date and join our Facebook events page here.
Mytholmroyd Artist Residency, Mytholmroyd Arts Festival 2015
Saturday 24th October, 10-4pm, The Old Fire Station Gallery, Cragg Road, Mytholmroyd
I will be showing new work as part of our group residency open day as part of Mytholmroyd Arts Festival alongside Lucy Atherton and site specific performances across Mytholmroyd by Pink and Grey.
Mytholmroyd Arts Festival + News: East Street Arts
The New Art Gallery Walsall and Eastside Projects’ Extra Special People (ESP) have teamed up for a third time to offer a series of three interconnecting residencies for eight artists this summer. CG Associate Lucy Harvey will be joining ESP member Brian J Morrison and Spike Island Associate Laura Phillips in the Artist Studio space for a four week micro residency this August.
6th June – 12th July 2015
A collaborative project and sculpture inspired by the romanticisation of heritage in Sale Town Centre as part of Sale Arts Trail 2015. The Grotto Project is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England; and with kind support from Sale Locality Partnership.
Find out more on the blog and catch The Grotto Project as part of Sale Arts Trail 2015, featuring 54 artists at diverse venues across Sale from 11 -12th July, www.saleartstrail.com