Join Liverpool Biennial at Camp and Furnace (67 Greenland Street, Liverpool L10BY) for an Open event hosted by Liverpool Biennial with Artangel and BBC Radio 4 to hear about an open invitation for artists to come forward with ground-breaking project proposals which will transform the UK’s cultural landscape.
Liverpool Biennial is seeking experienced and motivated individuals to join the team that will deliver the 7th edition of the UK Biennial of International Contemporary Art.
If you like your art and you like your technology then you will probably like your artechnology (made up word) - Yes it's that's time when the Abandon Normal Devices festival comes around. This year it's in Manchester but don't let that put you off as there will be a fine selection of work on offer, to challenge, inspre and hopefully meta confuse our notions of Winning.
It only lasts 5 Days so don't be a loser and get along as soon as you can.
Legendary photographer Bill Zygmant, famed for his images of musicians and celebrities including The Beatles, Bee Gees and Jimi Hendrix, wiil be showcasing his collection of photographs from next week at Penny Lane Gallery.
Artists Brief: Baring Foundation and Your Housing Sheltered Scheme Project.
tenantspin are working with the Baring Foundation and Your Housing sheltered scheme residents to create a special project which addresses the digital divide and becoming even more creative as we age. We are looking to recruit an artist who can inspire and engage with older people and technology - http://www.fact.co.uk/get-
Accessibility is an artist residency located on the campus of Cleveland State Community College in East Tennessee. During the last two weeks of October, selected artists are invited to create new works of art that deal primarily with the use of new media and technology. Cleveland is located 30 minutes from Chattanooga, 2 hours from Atlanta and Nashville and 90 minutes from Knoxville. Chattanooga was recently recognized as “Gig City”, being the first city to offer the fastest internet in the Western Hemisphere at 1 gig per second. The residency will also include weekly films, lectures, demonstrations and discussions involving the community, artists, students, and information technologists in a dialogue that brings awareness to the connections between technology, art and culture.
Penny Lane Gallery will be displaying work by Liverpool artist Anthony Brown is an artist, graphic designer, illustrator and musician who has earned international respect and acknowledgement. His work moves freely between contemporary and abstract art in any medium – to graphic design, photography and illustration. His original and eclectic art has been described as ‘special’, ’brilliantly original’ and ‘genius’. His works are displayed within prestigious locations throughout the UK and internationally with much of his work commissioned and held within private collections.
AND 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.
A new exhibition opens on Friday 6th April at Penny Lane Gallery featuring work by Paul Berry and John Cutts. Their exhibition entitled 31 will present a collection of limited editions from their latest series of urban and abstract digital art.
Cutts and Berry are photographers and artists working with a shared vision based on their passion for the visual arts and exhibit collective as Where Art Now. For their exhibition “31”, they have chosen 31 images from their urban and abstract collections, together with several new pieces.
The Liverpool element of the North West Visual Arts Open takes place from 2 to 3 March 2012, with an exciting programme of free public events taking place in galleries across the city. Two further North West Open Arts weekends are planned in Manchester and Cumbria/Lancashire in April and May this year.
This Thursday Night the new Penny Lane Art Gallery will be graced by Jon Roseman for thirty-five years a leading agent and video producer, who lived through a near-daily diet of dramas, crises and tantrums from some of the worlds biggest rock stars and TV celebrities.