Monthly Archives: May 2012

John Cooper Clarke… Evidently.

I remember him presenting a radio show a few months ago and talking about the queen mum; he was in France when he heard she’d died but was dismayed to find no words on the subject from the then poet … Continue reading

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These are a selection of photographs taken around Salford and on Lower Broughton Council Estate (which is soon to be demolished). This is the result of a ‘path finder’ scheme intended to attract private…

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Salford, 1962. Kirkby, Liverpool, 1973. “An iconic collection of photographs spanning five decades which exposes the true character of Northern England. Sefton’s trademark style of poignant photojournalism edged with humanity and a black Northern…

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Anyone got any ideas how to make time?

More delivery than ever has resulted in less time for paperwork, including applications for core funding, which means we currently have six months before we run out of money and need to make funding a priority. Everyone involved seems oddly … Continue reading

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We got funding! (but it’s a secret).

3 of our projects got funding from secret gardens – Hooray! Sacred Trinity Art Group Pottery at URC A tour of short films that people can watch in the street. We’ll be adding more info in the coming weeks leading up … Continue reading

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Ceramics drop in Friday 4th May.

Our potters are running a ceramics workshop 12 – 2pm on Friday 4th may as part of the Sights from the other City event happening across Chapel St. Come and see a pottery demonstration and throw your own pot if … Continue reading

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