Castlefield Gallery presents a unique opportunity to meet artist Darren Nixon to view and discuss his work currently being exhibited at Scotscroft, The Towers Business Park, East Didsbury as part of New Art Spaces.
Working with the support of Property Alliance Group, Castlefield Gallery has taken on two large temporarily unoccupied office spaces – Scotscroft and Ocean House – to provide ‘pop-up’ exhibition venues for creative practitioners.
Showcasing work by artists from the CG Associates membership scheme, Scotscroft features the paintings of Darren Nixon, accompanied by series of works by Anne Parkinson and Jude Macpherson exhibited in Ocean House.
This event takes place prior to Darren Nixon’s work being exhibited the same weekend at The Manchester Contemporary 2013. Once again CG will be showcasing some of the most promising emerging artists who are currently unrepresented. For this year CG has selected four artists from its CG Associates scheme. Alongside Darren Nixon, this includes Nicola Ellis, Jane Lawson, and Hannah Leighton-Boyce.
Address: Scotscroft, The Towers Business Park, Wilmslow Road, Manchester M20 2LY
Opening Times: 11:45am-2pm
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Castlefield Gallery’s vision is for the North West to be a place where artists can live and produce work while presenting their work in national and international contexts. Its mission is to nurture talent, explore cultural trends and deepen our audience’s relationship to contemporary art.
New Art Spaces provides pop-up spaces for emerging talent in the North West in which to develop their creative practice at very low cost.
Find out more about New Art Spaces at: www.castlefieldgallery.co.uk/associates/newartspaces/
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CG launched its CG Associates scheme for artists, writers and independent curators working contemporary art in December 2012. Now with over 90 members, the scheme supports them by developing their work and careers by providing information, skills, exhibiting opportunities, resources, promotion and critical dialogue.
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The Manchester Contemporary is the largest fair of critically engaging visual art outside of London and returns to Spinningfields in Manchester on 27 – 29 September with an invitation only preview night on Thursday 26 September. This year’s fair will see over 20 galleries and project spaces with a mix of returning galleries who took part last year and some new.