This Saturday head down to Cornerhouse from 4pm to 6pm to get a taste of what’s happening in the minds of some of the city’s best leftfield innovators.
Bringing together Manchester’s visual arts community and the thriving digital design sector in a playful and informal setting Show and Tell invites ten artists and designers to make lightning-quick presentations about a current project, experiment or source of inspiration. The only rule – it mustn’t be something from the day job.
This time around our speakers are a mix of invited people, nominations from previous speakers and open spots that you can offer to fill.
The line-up includes:
Cherry Tenneson ‘Artist-informant-cartographer’ of redundant objects and information. Often seen documenting crumbs and plastic at an everyday desk top.
Michael Trainor founder of Pop Empires, Art makers and commissioners of art and events.
Richard Schofield from weareboy, 3D guys in Manchester serving the creative industries with still and animated 3D CGI, video, and all things ‘motionified’.
Mishka Henner Belgian born photographer whose recent work included No Man’s Land and recipient of the world’s smallest photography award! which seeks to emphasise the importance of coincidence, grace and humility in photography.
Amanda Bellantara from Kinokokophone, an artist collective that collects and composes sounds, stories and imagery from around the world.
Filmmaker, creator and compere extraordinaire Maria Ruban.
Plus more to be announced – including YOU!
The ideal way to spend a Saturday afternoon.
Following the first event we’ve responded to your requests to include open spots and there will be two available at this event for anyone who wants to present a cool, interesting project they are working on if you’re a designer please remember to focus on personal projects rather than pitching company work.
A collaboration between Cornerhouse and FutureEverything