CG New Art Spaces Federation House: OPEN HOUSE

Holly Rowan Hesson, Walk the line, 2014, projection series, dimensions variable

Holly Rowan Hesson, Walk the line, 2014, projection series, dimensions variable

Excited to be showing work in progress at this big event - CG New Art Spaces Federation House: OPEN HOUSE, Thursday 26 March 2015 6-9pm, Federation House, Federation St / Balloon St, Manchester M4 2AH

Join us for OPEN HOUSE on Thursday 26 March 6-9pm at CG New Art Spaces Federation House, currently CG’s flagship New Art Space in city centre Manchester.

Speeches at 6:30pm on the 6th floor by:

Peter Heslip - Director Visual Arts, Arts Council England, Professor David Crow - Pro-Vice-Chancellor for internal communications and Dean of the Faculty of Art and Design at Manchester School of Art at Manchester Metropolitan University, Nicola Ellis - Artist

Exhibitions, open studios, film / video, and performance over eight floors.

Lower Ground floor Matthew Denniss Upper Ground floor Bokeh Yeah! | Curated Place | Beth Kettel | Manifest | Conor McKee | Potentialism 1st floor Mark Devereux Projects 2nd floor Agata Alcaniz | Holly Rowan Hesson & Lisa Denyer | Sarah Hill | Jane Lawson | Helen Mather | James Moss | Keith Wilkinson | Graham Wann 3rd floor Filmonik 4th floor Launch Pad: Manchester School of Art (Jack Blackett, Ian Malhotra, and Emily Rusby) 5th floor James Bloomfield | Sophia Crilly | Matt Davies | Kathryn Miller | Trine Moore | Pool Arts | Richard Shields | TOAST (workspace) | Paul Wolinski 6th floor TOAST

In 2012 CG launched New Art Spaces, providing temporarily empty properties to artists in Greater Manchester and the North West to create and present new work to audiences. From empty retail units, warehouses, to office spaces, artists have been transforming these spaces into temporary studio and exhibition spaces. More info at castlefieldgallery.co.uk

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VENUE: Federation House, Federation St / Balloon St, Manchester M4 2AH

CG New Art Spaces Federation House is made possible through the support of NOMA.

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