I love PechaKucha nights, they are very inspiring, great for networking and there’s always good beers (held at Fairfield Social Club). Volume 29’s theme was ‘How Do I…’
I’m never sure about these type of events. They always have good and bad points I think. And I think the point of view you take all boils down to your art skill/background.
I hate writing negative reviews. There are two sets of artwork that clearly don’t go together, there seems to be no correlation, no relationship, there’s no flow.
…a real testament to how the event was presented throughout by Ebizie; always accessible, no need for pretense, a serious point to make but without the need for an overly serious tone.
I reviewed Lightwaves 2017 and I kind of expected this year to be bigger and better. There are new installations, new artists, new interactions, but it’s still just as confused, still a bit tacky, it’s very hit and miss.
There’s so much here for everyone, whether you are into the arts, or a community advocate, or business owner, there is so much to learn whilst listening to a range of different speakers.
It feels like a lot of the events we have been to recently are trying to do this, mix art, performance and music in one, but I don’t think any are doing it quite as good as Get It Done.
Furnished Archipelago has created a zone of altered context in a corner of Salford, with a feeling of being both embodied within and separate to the world outside.