Tag Archives: Sheffield
This has been widely reported over the past couple of days, but in case you missed it Museums Sheffield have had failed in their application for the next three years of Art’s Council Funding.
Though one member down from recording and touring their first album, 2007′s Mirrored, Battles’ currently healthy state exhibits no signs of deficiency.
Yesterday saw the opening of the 2011 Bloomberg New Contemporaries exhibition in Sheffield. Article went along to check out the talent.
Two exciting new events celebrating all prints independent and self-published come along and they’re, unfortunately, to be held simultaneously this Sunday 25th September.
It takes two to make a thing go right. Well, of course, things have gone right for more populated bands, but with such wonderfully harmonised interplay between Rebecca Taylor and Charles Watson, Slow Club often make the duo seem the quintessential band formation.
Seriously taking her time. Making paper plants out of books, hand colouring every woodchip on a 10m roll of wallpaper.
Sheffield’s Forum exhibition will see a pick-and-mix of artists, a sweet and colourful collective, some old some new, yet all revelling in teamwork.
Killing his darlings for his first solo retrospective exhibition
Pranks, fakes and stealing radioactive rides from Chernobyl; Article interviews Eva and Franco Mattes, aka 0100101110101101.ORG
Come forecasted rain or shine, this weekend promises a somewhat overwhelming array of music, art and cultural decadence certain to suit the pickiest of palates.