Category Archives: Matthew Denniss Studio Blog

To Your Left Is A Stone Obelisk (Test Piece)

 

Our Lady Star Of The Sea And St.Winefride

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Ynys Llanddwyn Research Trip

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Parys Mountain Research Trip

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Wigan Archives, Leigh Town Hall

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The Tetley Open: Artists’ Film

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I’m pleased to be showing The Turing Suite in a film screening at The Tetley in Leeds. The film screening will feature work by artists from the North of England. It is on the 11th of November from 6 -8 pm and is a free event.

The Turing Suite was made in collaboration with We Are Willow.

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21st Rogue Open Studios

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Public Preview: Friday 14th October, 6-9pm

Open: Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th October, 12-5pm / FREE

Rogue Artists’ Studios, 66-72 Chapeltown Street, Manchester, M1 2WH

Rogue Artists’ Studios is celebrating its 21st anniversary with what will be its last Open Studios at Crusader Mill.  A highlight of Manchester’s art calendar, the annual weekend-long event offers members of the public, curators and collectors the opportunity to meet some of Manchester’s most exciting emerging and established artists.

Currently home to 90+ contemporary artists Rogue is the largest artists’ studio community in the UK outside of London.  But as Rogue announce a series of projects to mark its 21st anniversary, the artist members are still to secure a new home ahead of December when their lease ends.

Spanning all forms of visual art from painting, sculpture, photography, installation, performance and more, visitors are welcomed to the two-day event when the artists’ throw open their doors.

In addition, Rogue Project Space will present Excuse Me While I Am Changing, an exhibition of new works by artists Matthew Bamber, Linda Hemmersbach, Hannah Leighton-Boyce, and Michelle Shields. Curated by Lucy Harvey, the exhibition presents works which respond to the shifting and liminal spaces which surround Rogue Artists’ Studios.

Rogue Cinema will also present a programme of short artists films and moving image works.

*Unfortunately Rogue Studios is only accessible by several stairwells.

For press enquiries please contact Jennifer Dean on j.dean06@gmail.com