Here’s our Newsletter from 13 September 2018. If you’d like to receive our weekly Newsletter into your inbox, just sign up here


Art ‘n’ parties, it’s what we do best! On Friday 14 September we’re offering both in abundance! Read on…

// Saviours: An Exhibition. Islington Mill Art Academy share the fruits of an ongoing exploration into Da Vinci’s ‘Salvatore Mundi‘ (‘Saviour of the World’) which sold for $450 million, making it the most expensive artwork in history. Exhibition 6–9pm with performances throughout.

// Turkey Burgler at Caustic Coastal offers a new installation from Dan Szor with photography by Heather Glazzard, opens at 6pm, plus a bar and music to keep the Coastal warehouse buzzing into the night.

// Meanwhile, Islington Mill End Of Summer Party will be going off at Unit 2 Regent Trading Estate beside the Mill, inside and out, with a bar ‘n’ beats, Mill artists on the decks, and friends old and new in tow. We’d love to see you there, all welcome, bring a bottle and a buddy!

Other stuff…

// The glorious Islington Mill Attic Recordings project has been running for TWO YEARS. Using live music to lovingly draw attention to the roof fundraising project, impaTV have brought sensational musicians to our upper storeys to produce magical musical memories. The full library of work is all online. We want to thank impaTV from the bottom of our hearts and eardrums. One day we will be recording under a new roof…

// Mill Artist focus: Amrit + Matthew = Fresh Fruit. Two inventive artist designers utilise a multi-media approach to client projects and experimental outings across print, video, photography, drawing and more. Click and click.

Events in brief…

// Island Life @ Paradise Works

// SUBI @ Castlefield Gallery

// Art Market @ Common Bar

Future stuff…

// Reminder: deadline for Caustic Coastal’s artist residency in Clermont-Ferrand is 23 September. Don’t be shy, apply!

// 22 SeptGemma Parker collaborates with Black Gold Arts to produce ‘The Hidden Pin-Up‘ at the Whitworth, re-contextualising the figure of the Black pin-up girl with site-specific performance work.

// 12–14 Oct: Islington Mill is thrilled to return to The Manchester Contemporary with a new twist and an exciting project to share.

// 6 Dec: It’s never too early to save the date for Christmas at the Mill

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