Turning Point is Changing: New Art West Midlands Re-Launch, Thursday 10 November, 6-9pm
Thursday, October 27, 2016 at 4:00PM
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Join us at Coventry Artspace, Floor 11, Eaton House, Coventry, to celebrate the re-launch of New Art West Midlands.
With a new team and a new direction, the region’s Contemporary Visual Arts Network (formerly Turning Point West Midlands) is re-branding to become New Art West Midlands – a name and identity that better reflects our progressive role in developing and promoting contemporary visual arts across the West Midlands. This will be an opportunity to find out more about the new team, our programme and upcoming plans, and to find out more about the 2017 New Art West Midlands graduate exhibitions.
The evening includes music and an exhibition of work from artists and spaces from around the region organised by the Office for Art, Design and Technology. Artists include:
James Lomax is an artist based at Studio Capri in Birmingham. He has recently relocated from London and in 2014 was recipient of the Sky Academy Arts Scholarship.
Anna Francis is an artist based at Airspace in Stoke-on-Trent. She is course leader on the BA Fine Art Course and is an Associate Professor in Fine Art and Social Practice at Staffordshire University.
Amelia Crouch is an artist based in West Yorkshire. She was recently commissioned by Coventry Artspace Partnerships as part of their City Arcadia Festival.
TNT is a collaborative duo comprised of Christopher Hodson and Nicole Mortiboys. They are based in Broadwell and Worcester respectively and have shown across the West Midlands.
Matthew Macaulay is a painter based in Coventry. He is director of Pluspace and is currently undertaking a PhD at Coventry University.
Drinks provided by Twisted Barrel Brewery. All welcome.
Thursday 10 November, 6-9pm. Floor 11, Eaton House, Coventry.
(Image: Amelia Crouch, Tomorrow belongs to nobody)
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