Little May Day 1: 7 HOURS
10am-5pm, 17th May 2013
Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester
Yu-Cheng Chou – Chinese Arts Centre’s current residency artist – has curated a show which will last only 7 hours.
I’ll be showing alongside other Manchester based artists.
Hurry or you’ll miss it…
Further info here
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I’ve now reached the end of the R&D phase of my year long commission from Art and Sacred Places.
I’ve finalized plans for the artworks I will be creating for Manchester Islamic Centre and Manchester Cathedral. I recently explained my thinking to both communities during our lovely walk in Wythenshawe Park. You can read an abbreviated transcript here.
The artwork will be ready in October…
Turn the Page – Artists’ Book Fair
10am – 6pm, Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th May
The Forum, Norwich
Earlier this year, I was asked to be a selector for this fair (along with Tanya Peixoto and Les Bicknell). I’m really looking forward to meeting all the exhibitors there this weekend!
I’ll also be performing “The Folding and Unfolding of A Secret Heliotropism” on Saturday – a chance to see the transformation of this work (pictured left) from sculpture into book. Further information here.
Saturday, 4th May
“Year of the Snake” – an installation created during my series of workshops with community groups in Cheetham Hill earlier this year – will be exhibited during Cheetham Park Community Day.
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The First Cut, Djanogly Art Gallery, 24th April – 9 June 2013
30 artists rethink the possibilities of paper
Noriko Ambe, Anderson M. Studio, James Aldridge, Su Blackwell, Claire Brewster, Sarah Bridgland, Peter Callesen, Long-Bin Chen, Laura Cooperman, Béatrice Coron, Susan Cutts, Nicola Dale, Andrea Dezso, Tom Gallant, Manabu Hangai, Chris Jones, Chris Kenny, Andreas Kocks, Elisabeth Lecourt, Emma van Leest, Violise Lunn, Andrea Mastrovito, Mia Pearlman, Abigail Reynolds, Georgia Russell, Rob Ryan, Andrew Singleton, Justine Smith, Susan Stockwell, Yuken Teruya
Djanogly Art Gallery, University Park, Nottingham NR7 2RD.
markdevereuxprojects.com is now live.
The website showcases the work and portfolios of the organisation’s three inaugural artists; Nicola Dale, David Ogle and Nicola Ellis, along with information about upcoming exhibitions, projects and publications. The site includes a dedicated Resource area for MDP Associate Members, featuring guidance sheets, top 10 tips and advice from industry professionals about how to develop your artistic practice. The new MDP Resources area will give Associate Members advice on some of the key issues and questions when starting out.
Issue 5: When Men and Women Work in Harmony
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This issue’s collaborators: Jeff Raderstrong, Daniel Truran, Maureen “Mo” Douglas, George Starcher, Laura Tomasko, Nicola Dale and Becky Davis
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I am delighted to announce that I am now supported by Mark Devereux Projects (MDP).
MDP is a new artist production-development organisation established to help increase the national and international profile of early career visual artists.
Mark Devereux Projects will officially launch in July 2013 with an exhibition showcasing the work of its three inaugural artists (Nicola Ellis, David Ogle and Nicola Dale)
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