For the last six years, the Blank Media Collective in Manchester has been championing emerging artists, writers, musicians and performers, by giving them a platform to showcase their work.
The collective has developed partnerships with different art forms, artists and organisations.
John Leyland, of BMC, says over the last 18 months they have affirmed their place in the cultural landscape of Manchester.
It has launched an ambitious summer programme of exhibitions featuring contemporary artists from across the UK, called the BMC Projector Series.
At the Salutation Inn, on 26 July, there will be live graffiti performances by Kev Munday and Dirty Work.
The Salutation Inn in Manchester, is described by BMC as “the smallest and most well behaved” of Trof’s arty cafe/bars which feels “a bit like the old man pub it was when no one had heard of it.
“On 16 August, The Sandbar in the heart of the student district, will be transformed into a cinematic playground with video art by Jessica Ball, Matt Smith and Samantha Imbeau projected onto bricks and hidden on screens in walkways. Finally, on 6 September, installation artist Greg Thomas will transform the King’s Arms, Salford, in what has been described as “a surprising conclusion” to the series. He will re create the pub, drawing inspiration for his work from the “possibilities suggested by the space itself.
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