Next week's digital events

future everything2010FutureEverything has announced a series of new programme additions, including new commissions, installations, conference speakers, film screenings and live events, as the pioneering digital culture festival celebrates its 20th anniversary and it looks uber cool. 

Published in Events
Wednesday, 08 January 2014 10:12

Keep on Blabbing

Do as Matt Booth does, the web designer come event organiser who upon feeling a bit left out in the cold and wanting to talk to others about his design practice decided to set up a regular event where web workers like himself could meet, talk and disucss the erudite matters pertaining to web design.  

Published in Tech News
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Can you lend a day to help create something amazing? A SMALL CINEMA IN NORTH MANCHESTER

Re-Dock need some hands on deck to help us turn an unused space in Moston into a community screening theatre. They need volunteers and skilled tradesfolk, as well as contributions of basic materials > timber, plaster board, paint etc.if you can help. 

Published in Latest

andlogo2AND festival preview events 22- 23 June 2012

Abandon Normal Devices Festival heads back to Manchester during the Olympic summer, with an eclectic programme of art, new cinema and digital culture.Celebrations begin with the AND Festival Preview, Fri 22 - Sat 23 Jun, timed to coincide with the Manchester leg of the Olympic Torch Relay.

Published in Visual arts
Monday, 23 July 2012 00:00

Maker Faire Manchester - This weekend

Mini maker faire

This baby is gonna be lovely so let's celebrate as we finally have a Mini Makerfaire in the region.  It's on the 28th-29th July, and just down the road in Manchester so will definitely be worth a visit. so if you like robots, and electronics and the Internet of Things then this event is just for you 

 

 

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cent_blank_200pxCentrifuge brings an exciting collection improvising musicians from around the North together in Manchester. 
The musicians, with a range of different musical practices, will combine in various small groupings to deliver 
a program of free improvisations in music. 
Centrifuge where creative forces meet. 
Published in Music
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WELCOME to an out of this world perfromance experience as the Castlefield Gallery becomes home to artists, Ronald Fraser-Munroe, Michael Barnes-Wynters and Naomi Kashiwagi - all really highly respected artists who have come together to collaborate on this event 
THURSDAY 5 APRIL, 7-10PM (DOORS 6:30PM) FREE / ALL WELCOME

Before you read the rest of this I must tell you I once travelled in the back of a minivan from Liverpool to Glasgow to see Ronald Fraser-Munroe - so it will be an experience to remember. 
Monday, 13 February 2012 00:00

WARNING: A DIFFERENT NIGHT OUT!

warningIn the wake of the closure of greenroom, Manchester's home for experimental theatre and performance, comes a brand new enterprise: Word of Warning, a pop-up programme of new performance, coming to a Manchester space very soon.

Launching on Friday 17 February at Zion Arts Centre in Hulme, Manchester with long-standing greenroom favourites Third Angel's new show What I Heard About The World, Word of Warning promises a season of the bizarre, the beautiful and the best new shows for anyone looking for a different night out.  

Published in Theatre
Wednesday, 08 February 2012 11:01

Are we getting the most out of Media City?

Media CityBased in Salford not Manchester the BBC's second largest production centre, BBC North aims to build stronger relationships with audiences across the UK. And so it should as we all got sick of London centric programmes and we looked forward to the move North. The centre is at Salford Quays (nice) and will house 2,300 staff and a number of BBC departments – including BBC Sport, BBC Children's and Radio 5 Live.

THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED

Published in Events
Thursday, 22 September 2011 08:48

Seeking emergency accommodation…

Seeking emergency accommodation…

In June 2011, greenroom, Manchester’s iconic theatre for all things new, contemporary and experimental closed its doors for the final time. Beyond the loss of one of the Manchester‘s ‘hidden treasures’, there is also the story of the creative community it nurtured over the course of its existence, as a ‘home’ for artists, giving opportunities to literally thousands of young people looking to take their first steps into an often precarious career.

Published in Theatre
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