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BA Contemporary Art History Manchester School of Art http://www.mmu.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/courses/2012/9406/
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Asia Triennial Manchester Exhibition from School of Art – International Collaboration: 4 curators, 4 artists, 4 countries

    Pop-up Republics is an exhibition in four shipping containers by a co-curatorial collective called Dark Border Developments (DbD). The co-curators, Paul Booth, Beccy Kennedy, Ming Turner and Toby Heys formed the faux development company aka curator collective due to

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Asia Triennial Manchester Exhibition from School of Art – International Collaboration: 4 curators, 4 artists, 4 countries

    Pop-up Republics is an exhibition in four shipping containers by a co-curatorial collective called Dark Border Developments (DbD). The co-curators, Paul Booth, Beccy Kennedy, Ming Turner and Toby Heys formed the faux development company aka curator collective due to

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Beyond the Frame: Creative and Critical Study Day

Beyond the Frame: Creative and Critical Thinking Study Day Friday 14 November 2014, 11 – 3pm At Manchester Art Gallery and Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University A FREE study day for young people aged 16 – 20: Work with

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Beyond the Frame: Creative and Critical Study Day

Beyond the Frame: Creative and Critical Thinking Study Day Friday 14 November 2014, 11 – 3pm At Manchester Art Gallery and Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University A FREE study day for young people aged 16 – 20: Work with

Unit X Final Show : What’s On

Unit X Final Show : What’s On. Closing night for Unit X is on Thursday, including various exhibitions by Contemporary Art History students and other collaborations.

Unit X Final Show : What’s On

Unit X Final Show : What’s On. Closing night for Unit X is on Thursday, including various exhibitions by Contemporary Art History students and other collaborations.

Projection at TOAST

Ford Beaumont

  Virtual Galleries soft launched at TOAST, 6th floor of Federation House, on 3.5.14. Presented and curated by Ford Beaumont, a collective comprising of two third year Contemporary Art History students, Virtual Galleries aimed to pose the question of how

Projection at TOAST

Ford Beaumont

  Virtual Galleries soft launched at TOAST, 6th floor of Federation House, on 3.5.14. Presented and curated by Ford Beaumont, a collective comprising of two third year Contemporary Art History students, Virtual Galleries aimed to pose the question of how

Service Wash

Service Wash

Contemporary Art History 3rd year student Jasmin Saunders is working with designer Beatriz Pinharanda to produce a series of exhibitions in launderettes in Manchester. Service Wash will play host to a series of new and existing interdisciplinary art works, responding

Service Wash

Service Wash

Contemporary Art History 3rd year student Jasmin Saunders is working with designer Beatriz Pinharanda to produce a series of exhibitions in launderettes in Manchester. Service Wash will play host to a series of new and existing interdisciplinary art works, responding

Return of the Prodigal Son, Ghislaine Howard

Stopping teaching is not an option (Michael Howard)

‘The Return of the Prodigal Son’, Ghislaine Howard, (8′ x 6′), Saint Ann’s Church, Manchester.   An extraordinary time for me – exhilarating, sad and poignant in different ways as I near the end of almost 35 years teaching at

Return of the Prodigal Son, Ghislaine Howard

Stopping teaching is not an option (Michael Howard)

‘The Return of the Prodigal Son’, Ghislaine Howard, (8′ x 6′), Saint Ann’s Church, Manchester.   An extraordinary time for me – exhilarating, sad and poignant in different ways as I near the end of almost 35 years teaching at

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A Visit to Kettle’s Yard

I recently attended a conference at Cambridge University. While I was there I was lucky enough to pay a visit to Kettle’s Yard the home of Jim and Helen Ede between 1958 and 1973. ‘In the 1920s and 30s Jim

P1110496

A Visit to Kettle’s Yard

I recently attended a conference at Cambridge University. While I was there I was lucky enough to pay a visit to Kettle’s Yard the home of Jim and Helen Ede between 1958 and 1973. ‘In the 1920s and 30s Jim