The Great Unanswered at Terrace NQ (pictured)
This exhibition at Terrace in the Northern Quarter runs for one night only. A group of artists will transform the upstairs space with a works that aim to answer the big questions like ‘What is Gravity?’ and ‘Why are Prime Numbers So Strange?’ The exhibition’s been organised by transient artspace Scaffold Gallery and is the second in a series, the last of which will be running next month in a venue yet to be announced.
Tue 19 Jul, Terrace NQ, 43 Thomas Street, Manchester, M4 1NA, 7pm – 9pm, www.scaffoldgallery.com
Sarah Boulton & Jesse Darling at Islington Mill
London-based artists Sarah Boulton and Jesse Darling are coming to Islington Mill in a talk promoted by local arts label Caustic Coastal. The pair are former founding residents of South London’s radical Kitson Road Living Project, an experiment in communal living in a Camberwell terrace. The pair will be talking about the project and its affect on their work, as well as discussing their recently-published book on the subject. In keeping the communal theme, there’ll be a pot luck dinner after the talk and possibly an opportunity to explore Caustic Coastal’s gallery space after hours.
Wed 20 Jul, Islington Mill, 1 James Street, Salford, M3 5HW. 7pm – 9pm, www.facebook.com
The Other Room at The Wonder Inn
The Other Room is a regular night of irregular poetry that rotates through different venues throughout the city, this time coming to Shudehill’s Wonder Inn. With a roster of experimental poets both local and from further afield, Kimberley Campanello, Sarah-Clare Conlon, Geraldine Monk and Iain Morrison are all already announced on a bill that promises more than a few surprises.
Wed 20 Jul, The Wonder Inn, 29 Shudehill, Manchester, M4 2AF. 7pm -10pm, www.facebook.com
Life Drawing at The Whitworth
As part of their Thursday lates series, The Whitworth is offering this one-off life drawing class as part led by artist Sarah Sanders. Sanders will be leading her model and an army of sketchers around the gallery to produce a series of poses and drawings based on the exhibitions: Sleeping, working, mourning and dancing. There’s no booking required to take part, and drawing materials are provided, but we’d recommend getting there early if you want dibs on the sharpest pencil.
Thu 21 Jul, The Whitworth, Oxford Road, Manchester, M15 6ER. Tel: 0161 275 7450, 7pm – 9pm, www.facebook.com
- Jon Whiteley
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- Mon 18 Jul 2016