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EXHIBITION & EVENTS ARCHIVE
From Thursday 18th October there will be not one but two exhibitions at the Castlefield Gallery. Work from a series of children’s workshops held in the gallery in September will be on show in the gallery until Wednesday 24th October, alongside paintings by artists Tricia Gillman and Sarah Feinmann.
This exhibition at the Castlefield Gallery presents work by two exciting young artists, Tricia Gillman and Sarah Feinmann.
The first exhibitor at Castlefield Gallery will be the internationally recognised painter JOHN HOYLAND. Born in Sheffield in 1934, Hoyland has had a strikingly impressive career, his most recent success being at the 1983 John Moores exhibition where he won first prize.
The Castlefield Gallery, Manchester’s new contemporary art venue, will open on March 20th 1984. Situated in the heart of the city, less than one mile from Manchester’s two main railway stations, Castlefield Gallery is committed to showing the best of contemporary painting and sculpture.
PureScreen presents ‘A Beautiful Virus Inside The Machine’, curated by Lumen in collaboration with Gregory Kurcewicz. Funded by Arts Council England, Yorkshire (2003)
This touring film and video programme highlights the pioneering work of Lillian Schwartz, resident artist and consultant at Bell Laboratories (New Jersey), 1969—2002.
Venue: King’s Arms, Salford.
Critically reflecting on ‘Transfer’, Emma Anderson, Ann Bukantas and Becky Shaw will discuss contemporary and historic public art collections.
‘Transfer’ is an attempt to move the entire art collection of the Manchester Royal Infirmary Hospital to the Castlefield Gallery.
(Please note: The Gallery will be closed for Christmas & New Year from Sunday 20th December 2004 until Wednesday 5th January 2005.)