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MORE ON CATHARINE BRAITHWAITE:
Catharine Braithwaite has over 14 years experience in marketing communications. She has worked in press and marketing for 3 years at Manchester City Galleries and at Tate Liverpool as deputy of the Communications team, she was responsible for the high profile launch of the newly developed gallery. Her clients since becoming an independent consultant include Imperial War Museum North, Tate Liverpool, FACT Liverpool, National Museums Liverpool, Manchester Art Gallery, The Lowry, Cornerhouse, Art Sheffield, Bury Art Gallery, Manchester Art Show, and Liverpool Biennial. She is currently working on Liverpool Biennial 2006 and Asia Triennial Manchester.
MORE ON MADDI NICHOLSON: Maddi Nicholson has worked and exhibited Internationally as a professional artist since 1985. She undertakes public art projects, commissions, exhibitions and residencies, also working in community and educational contexts, giving lectures and courses of training. She works as a ‘Creative Consultant’ with industry, business and the public sector on all manner of research and development, art, education and design related issues. Maddi collaborates on projects with artist Stuart Bastik, (as ‘ N.B.’) and as a Directors of Art Gene they are currently showing and developing a series of works under their International Artists Residency Programme with artists from 9 European Countries, Japan and Canada www.artgene.co.uk
MORE ON HELEN JONES: Helen Jones studied Fine Art at Nottingham Trent University and graduated in 2002. She is currently Exhibitions Officer at Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham and is responsible for the programming and delivery of a range of exhibitions and public events. Her recent curated projects include Into The Light of Things (2006), (dis)comfort (2005) and the commissioning of a series of site-specific installations for the entrance area of the gallery. Jones also manages Accelerator, Angel Row Gallery’s programme of professional development opportunities for artists in the East Midlands. Jones has previously worked for Ikon Gallery, Birmingham and Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre.
Venue: Mid Cheshire College, Hartford campus, Chester Road, Northwich, CW8 1LJ. (10mins walk from Greenbank train station or 20mins walk from Hartford station)
Cost: £10 includes lunch
Organised by Castlefield Gallery on behalf of Cheshire Visual Arts partnership. Supported by CRISP: developing creative businesses in Cheshire &
Warrington and Cheshire Visual Arts Partnership.