Clear your calendars! Here're the places you need to be in the next few weeks.
12 Mar 2014
- NOISE events
- NOISE Festival 2014
NOISE Amplify events are exhibitions, gigs, pop-up stalls and installations etc produced by NOISE Talent and supported by us. They’ll show off original talent submitted to NOISE Festival 2014 from across the UK. Here’s a round-up of all things Amplify in the next month or so.
Taking place in Wigan Library, Craig Atherton will be showcasing his work and curating for this exhibition from the best NOISE Artists based in Wigan, throughout our March “Call for Entries”. Craig is no new face to NOISE, as he took part in the Radio 5 Live “Young and Jobless” series, the “Art of Protest” and at the Wigan “Creative Toolbox” event. Also exhibiting work is Amy Leigh, illustrator/designer and Emily Calland, who has designed prints for Urban Outfitters.
The Lowry Outlet is hosting a month-long exhibition, separated into three themes. Up until the 16th the art and sculptures of Sam Rushton and Dan Crosby, respectively, will be on show before moving onto photography. Jessica Gluba, David McFarlane and David Taylor will have their captured images on display until the 24th March. For the remainder of the exhibition, Salford City College Design students will dominate the space with their Typography work.
Other upcoming events are...
A photography exhibition, organised with the help of Somewhereto_, to help young Artists & Photographers in the Yorkshire areas develop their skills and showcase their work to a broader audience.
A week-long celebration of the arts at the University of Exeter, bringing together young people from every aspect of the arts. From the academics to comedians to photographers, expect exhibitions and a mini-festival as well as a range of activities.
Open Minds Theatre Company and Somewhereto_ launch Rotherham Youth Arts, a free event open to the public where young people aged 8 – 25 get the opportunity to showcase their talents commission free.
Artisto Events host 'In The Mix' - a night of music from a variety of styles and genres, promoting raw, undiscovered talent in Manchester.
Rising Stars host a five week art festival at Brinnington Arts Festival with weekly workshops to explore the world of Graffiti Art and Fashion. Their interactive workshops are delivered by creative industry professionals, enthusiastic artists and volunteers who are passionate about arts and the young people they are working with.