“Events”

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Event

Andrew McDonald closing events at Castlefield Gallery

Corridor8 invites you to join our current residency partners Castlefield Gallery and The International 3 on …

Review — 07.10.2018

Interview with Joseph O’Rourke, John Moores Prize Winner

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

by Callan Waldron-Hall

Review — 07.10.2018

Liverpool Biennial 2018 at the Bluecoat

The Bluecoat, Liverpool

by Callan Waldron-Hall

Review — 06.10.2018

Headlands to Headspace Landscape Art Commissions

Morecambe

by Jack Welsh

Review — 28.09.2018

Poly-Technic: We Are Not An Island

Sheffield

by Simon Boase

Review — 09.09.2018

On Women in the Arts: We Want Women’s Support of Female Artists

Liverpool

by Claire Walker

Review — 13.08.2018

Chris Alton and Liam Geary Baulch: The Ballad of The White Ship

serf studios, Leeds

by Saffron Ward

Review — 08.08.2018

Matt Stokes: Gogmagog – The Voices of the Bells

Holy Trinity Church, Sunderland

by Dave Pritchard

Review — 07.08.2018

Declan Colquitt & Michaela Cullen: Double Dropping on a Phantom Island

The NewBridge Project : Gateshead, Gateshead

by Lesley Guy

Review — 15.07.2018

Preview: COSMOS at bluedot 2018

Liverpool

by Jacob Bolton

Review — 08.06.2018

Idea of North

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead

by Grace Denton

Interview — 15.05.2018

Talking Rubbish with Joanne Lee, Joanna Rucklidge and Frazer Hudson

SIA (Sheffield Institute of Arts), Sheffield

by Alice Bradshaw

Exploration — 01.05.2018

Museums in a Post-Colonial Commonwealth: identities, issues and opportunities

Museum of Liverpool, Liverpool

by Julia Johnson

Review — 24.04.2018

Cecily Brown: Shipwreck drawings

Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester

by Robbie di Vito

Review — 22.04.2018

Never Gonna Give You Up

Islington Mill, Manchester

by James Mathews-Hiskett

Event

BALTIC Self-Publishing Artists’ Market

This Saturday 21 April Corridor8 will be taking part in the very first BALTIC Self-Publishing Artists’ Market , …

Review — 12.04.2018

Jasmina Cibic: This Machine Builds Nations

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead

by Adam Heardman

Interview — 09.04.2018

A Curatorial Conversation with George Vasey

Ferens Art Gallery, Hull; Ex-Libris Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

by Niomi Fitzsimmons Fairweather

Review — 29.03.2018

Paint North

Lady Beck, Leeds

by Karen Tobias-Green

Review — 28.03.2018

Noor Afshan Mirza & Brad Butler: The Scar

HOME, Manchester

by Jessica Mallard

Exploration — 27.03.2018

Trade of Paper

Humber Street Gallery, Hull

by Devon Forrester-Jones

Residencies

Humber Street Gallery – Winter 2017/18

Devon Forrester-Jones was writer-in-residence at Humber Street Gallery throughout Winter 2017/18, coinciding with the Hull UK City of …

Publications

Occasional Residents

A limited-edition publication produced as part of a writing residency programme with Humber Street Gallery, Hull, in 2017/18.

Review — 22.03.2018

Queerology: What Have You Done For Me Lately?

serf studios, Leeds

by Alice Bradshaw

Review — 27.02.2018

Madiha Aijaz: These Silences Are All the Words

The Tetley, Leeds

by Fiona Allen

Review — 21.02.2018

Beyond the Pylon of the Pit

VITRINE, London

by William Noel Clarke

Review — 12.02.2018

The morning has gold in its mouth

The Great Medical Disaster, Manchester

by Michael D'Este

Review — 11.02.2018

Lubaina Himid: Meticulous Observations and Naming the Money

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

by Callan Waldron-Hall

Exploration — 05.02.2018

OR IN THE WAY WE WRITE IN A DREAM. Do you see?

by Emma Bolland

Review — 31.01.2018

Foldyard: Another Field | Gardens and Uncultivated Spaces

Queen’s Hall, Hexham

by Dave Pritchard

Review — 30.01.2018

Rebecca Lowe: Inhabiting Stone

Leeds Arts University, Leeds

by Derek Horton

Review — 17.01.2018

Indicator

The NewBridge Project : Gateshead, Gateshead

by Andrea Allan

Review — 11.01.2018

…into the labyrinth

The International 3, Salford

by Tom Emery

Review — 04.01.2018

The Return of Memory

HOME, Manchester

by Anna Ratcliffe

Review — 13.12.2017

Venture Arts presents

The Manchester Contemporary, Manchester

by Chris Connolly