Date: Sunday 03rd October 2010 12:30
Venue: Manchester Digital Laboratory, Manchester
Manchester Camerata and FutureEverything team up to present Camerata&s principal cellist, Hannah Roberts, who is widely recognised as one of the outstanding ‘cellists of her generation, and sound artist Andrew Deakin in a live collaborative performance in The Northern Quarter&s Madlab. This kaleidoscopic performance will see Hannah and Andrew explore Bach&s stunning unaccompanied Cello Suites.Drop in for what promises to be an enjoyable and thought-provoking experience. CreativeTourist.com has tipped this as one of their ‘Top 5& music events. We can&t wait!Free (due to limit capacity, you are strongly recommended to book in advance)Click here to bookTHE WEEKENDER1-3 October 2010 – 48 hours of music, art, film, food, literature, walks, politics, photography and spectacle all wrapped up into a single weekend.MAD LABFind out more about Madlab.
Why not stick around after for the afternoon&s ArtCollider activities?FutureEverything presents ArtColliderSunday 3 October, 1.30pm-5.30pmManchester Digital Laboratory (Madlab)Ahands-on workshop featuring The ArtCollider.A project that enables artists around the world to collaborate in a globally networked studio. Led by an international media artist, this workshop gives participants the chance to create audiovisual art projects from live VJing to visual programming with the Collider Infrastructure. Meanwhile, remote participants can provide footage from different locations, as well as process (modify, remix, transform) footage created in the workshop.Free (due to limit capacity, you are strongly recommended to book in advance)Click here to book
FUTURE EVERYTHINGFutureEverything is an award winning art, technology and social innovation organisation that runs year-round innovation labs and an annual festival of art, music and ideas. It has a very strong global network and international profile, and is recognised around the world for leading pioneering projects and important international debates. Find out more at www.futureeverything.org.