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Current Events from Bankley Gallery Artists

Colour & I Are One

Bankley member James Roper is exhibiting in a group exhibition celebrating the joy of colour through painting, sculpture and film.

It was Paul Klee who exclaimed “Colour and I are one. I am a painter” following an epiphany while on a trip to Tunisia in 1914.

Each of the seven colourists represented in Saul Hay Gallery’s fourth exhibition bring to their work a deep understanding of the language and power of colour to evoke an emotional response in the viewer.

Gareth Griffiths | Pete Hoida | Karol Kochanowski | James Roper
Sabrina Schmid | Stephen Snoddy | Patricia Volk


Preview: Friday 19th May 2017 6.00 - 8.30pm
Exhibition continues until 16th July 2017
Open Wed - Sat: 10.30 to 6.00, Sunday: 10.30 to 5.00

saulhayfineart.co.uk

Saul Hay Gallery
Railway Cottage
33a Collier St
Castlefield
Manchester
M3 4LZ

GM Arts Prize 2017

Bankley member David Lunt has been nominated for the Greater Manchester Arts Prize 2017

The GM Arts Prize Exhibition is an exciting new forum for promoting, championing and showcasing the work of emerging Greater Manchester artists, as well as bringing artists and business together.

The exhibition will feature the winner of the 2017 GM Arts Prize, along with the 3 runners-up and the shortlisted entries. The exhibition features artworks across a variety of media.

The exhibition is open on the following dates and times, to register your attendance please select the relevant date and contact: arts@gmchamber.co.uk

19TH MAY 12NOON – 2PM
24TH MAY 5.30PM – 7.30PM
26TH MAY 12NOON – 2PM
2ND JUNE 12NOON – 2PM

Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce,
Elliot House, 151 Deansgate,
Manchester, M3 3WD

http://www.gmartsprize.co.uk/

Previous Events from Bankley Gallery Artists

Creative Cityscape

At Bankley Studios and Gallery

Saturday 23rd October 2010
12.00 - 4.00pm
Suitable for all ages
FREE

Come and have a go to help draw and build a city that surpasses all others through imagination and creativity. Through drawing, collage and sculpture, add to the skyline with your own architectural masterpiece; a floating park of the future, a farmpartment or a museum of pencils – anything to make the most diverse and creative city in the world – in Levenshulme!


Please be aware - children must be accompanied by an adult.

For more information:
Email: info@bankley.org.uk
Phone: 0161 256 4143

Part of Levenshulme Festival: www.levenshulmefestival.co.uk

The Arc Poet-Tree Exhibition

The Arc Community Gallery, Greg Street, Reddish, Stockport, SK5 7BR

24 April - 18 June

Arc (Arts for Recovery in the Community) a multi-arts, multi-skilled community organisation which explores the links between creativity, mental health and wellbeing.

The Arc Community Gallery has been open since October 2008 and has a regular programme of exhibitions, events and sales of work by artists from the Arc community – artist members and volunteers as well as those who have worked with us in the past.

The Poet-Tree is a participatory art installation, a sculpture, a poem, a living work of art.

Since Oct 2009 colleges, schools, community groups and artists have participated, generating original artwork on the themes of growth, health, happiness and nature.

Members of Bankley were involved in a workshop to create artwork for this exhibition.

For more information : www.artsforrecovery.com

Picture This

An exhibition of new paintings by Jane Morley at Oddest Bar, Chorlton.

Preview: Thursday 27th May 7.00pm - 9.00pm.
Exhibition: 6th May - 10th June 2010

Part of Chorlton Arts Festival 2010 : www.chorltonartsfestival.com

Oddest Bar 414-416 Wilbraham Rd, Chorlton, Manchester M21 0SD www.oddestbar.co.uk

These Streets

Sophie Nixon

Arison Gallery, Chorlton, Manchester

Exhibition continues until 15 August 2009

Preview: Monday 6 July, 6 - 9 pm

More information: www.arisongallery.ning.com