23rd April 2015
The absent end product
The absent end product
Introducing the Graffiti Artist 'Khalid’
What happens when trying to promote 'Spalding Suite’ through the world of legal graffiti…
Join us at Piccadilly Gardens on Sat 18 April at 12:45pm.
We joined one of Manchester Giants community basketball teams at Belle Vue for an incredibly inspiring afternoon!
The Contact Flying Solo Commission offers the opportunity for two artists to create a new solo show.
Today our Agents were treated to a masterclass by none other than Dil Sidhu, Head of Manchester Business School. Dil is a supporter of the Agency and was a member of the panel that our Agents pitched to at the end of the first cycle.
It’s probably about time to let you know about the great work that The BySydney Rose Sewing Academy, the brainchild of our trailblazing Agent, Rosemary Davis, is doing.
An opportunity for artists working in Live Art to conceive and run unusual training and professional development projects for other artists.
Say hello to our new ICON members!
As the curtain comes down on show one of four at Contact, Assistant Director Nathaniel Hall reflects on the journey the company has been on.
A few weeks ago, Victor Oderinde (The Artist’s Avenue Project Director) and I (Reece Williams, Producer) met up with a highly influential Manchester City Councillor. It seems the god’s of community change favoured us because the Councillor is a massive art enthusiast and actually lives in Moston!
Columbus’ discovery that the world is round, Armstrong’s first steps on the moon and now…Crumbs’ first ever (pilot) workshop! All of these are pretty monumental moments in the history of mankind.
Today The Agency in Moston and Harpurhey were visited at the Miners Community Centre by a highly-respectable national broadsheet newspaper, which will be featuring The Agency in an article in the coming months.
As 5 weeks of skills workshops comes to a close, CYC prepare to hit the rehearsal room…
We set off at a great pace, with our Agents working on their respective projects; planning and shaping exactly how they are going to make their projects happen.
Re:Con invites artists to be a part of Sensored.
‘But what if it’s just a terrible mess? A bodily mess? What if I lose control?’ – Contact Young Company confront their personal fears of performance…
It would be a mistake to think that a project is finished when it secures funding. It would be an even bigger mistake to think that funding is ever given without a great sense of accountability.
The newly refreshed and re-named Contact Young Company (formally Contact Young Actors Company) get to grips with the challenging subject matter for their next show, Under the Covers, as Assistant Director Nathaniel Hall explains…