Here’s our Newsletter from 11 October 2018. If you’d like to receive our weekly Newsletter into your inbox, just sign up here!
// It’s that time again. The Manchester Contemporary rolls into town and sets up at Manchester Central for 3 days of art, artists, talks and networking. Islington Mill will be representing in the Exhibitors area at Stand 203. Our focus this year is on Capital A, Artists. Looking back at 20 years of artist-led endeavour and the incredible work that has emerged. Come talk to us and bring biscuits.
Dates, tips and reminders…
// Heart of Glass & Mark Devereaux Projects present the next instalment in their practical artist professional development sessions aimed at artists working in socially engaged practice. Read more for a great range of possibilities.
// Artists of Colour: Sharing #1 centring artists of colour with film screening, sharing session, dinner, outing and exhibition. Find out more at event page here.
// Salford Makers workshops are up and running and taking bookings. Dressmaking, printing, dyeing and more. Full workshop itinerary is here.
// 11 Oct: Ride Your Own Pony began at the Mill and is emerging in Liverpool for a second show forming part of this year’s Independents Biennial.
// 13 Oct: Fat Out bring a live music all-dayer to Partisan. More here.
// 31 Oct: Islington Mill Pot Luck Film Night screens all 5 Elm Street Nightmares back to back for FREDDYFEST
// Another special piece of film from impaTV this week. Clive Bell & David Ross performing their live sell-out show in the majestic John Rylands Library. Bell works with shakuhachi (Japanese flute), khene (Thai mouth organ) and other East Asian wind instruments while Ross plays with experimental and rhythmic electronics. Together they explore harmony and contrast in strange works of improvised beauty…