The Making of No Particular Place to Go? - Pangaea Sculptors' Centre

By admin, September 10, 2019

Image: Nicola Ellis, Chemistry and Magic Straight Down the Line (installation view). Image Credit GS Visuals

TALK – MANCHESTER

The Making of ‘No Particular Place to Go?’

Wednesday 11 September, 6.30–8pm

Castlefield Gallery, 2 Hewitt Street, Manchester, M15 4GB

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Join Lucy Tomlins, Director of Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre in conversation with Castlefield Gallery Curator Matthew Pendergast and No Particular Place to Go? – 35 years of sculpture at Castlefield Gallery guest Curators Dr Clare O’Dowd and John Plowman, alongside exhibiting artist Nicola Ellis .

Built around Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre’s commitment to making the making visible, this informal discussion event will reveal what goes into the making of both artworks and exhibitions, both conceptually and materially, taking No Particular Place to Go? – 35 years of sculpture at Castlefield Gallery as a starting point for conversation. The event will explore links between current sculptural practice and the legacies of the more established artists in the exhibition.

This event is free to attend.

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This event is part of the Sculpture Production Award 2019. Open to emerging artists working in 3D, based within the UK but outside of London, the Award provides six sculptors with skills mentoring and a £1,000 production grant towards the realisation of a new work. Find out more.

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The Sculpture Production Award 2019 is funded by Arts Council England and Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre. With special thanks to CVAN EM, CVAN South East, Eastside Projects, New Art West Midlands, STEAMhouse and the Yorkshire & Humber Visual Arts Network for supporting the cost of administering the Open Call to ensure it remains free to apply.

Programme partners: Branch Arts, Castlefield Gallery, Coventry Biennial, CVAN EM, CVAN South East, Eastside Projects, New Art West Midlands, New Contemporaries, Primary, STEAMhouse, Temporary Contemporary, Yorkshire & Humber Visual Arts Network, Yorkshire Sculpture Park.