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Current Project: St Bede’s Pilgrim Trail

In Michel de Certeau’s ‘Walking in the City’  the author refers to walking as a form of spatial ‘enunciation’ (2002) whereby narrative and syntax can be explored as a series of significant moments which can be recorded throughout the walk.

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Current Project: St Bede’s Pilgrim Trail

In Michel de Certeau’s ‘Walking in the City’  the author refers to walking as a form of spatial ‘enunciation’ (2002) whereby narrative and syntax can be explored as a series of significant moments which can be recorded throughout the walk.

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Exhibition / Award: GM Art Prize 2017

The GM Arts Prize Exhibition is an exciting new forum for promoting, championing and showcasing the work of artists living in Greater Manchester, as well as bringing arts and business together. ‘The prize originated as a concept by Chamber staff

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Exhibition / Award: GM Art Prize 2017

The GM Arts Prize Exhibition is an exciting new forum for promoting, championing and showcasing the work of artists living in Greater Manchester, as well as bringing arts and business together. ‘The prize originated as a concept by Chamber staff

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Solo Exhibition: Waterways @ Bradford Industrial Museum 19.11.16 -7.1.17

Mark Adams Solo Exhibition – Waterways @ Bradford Industrial Museum 19.11.16 – 7.1.17 Mark Adams began ‘Waterways’ in 2007 as a self-funded photography project exploring the inland waterways of northern England. Informed by the landscape tradition of English painters and

Solo Exhibition: Waterways @ Bradford Industrial Museum 19.11.16 -7.1.17

Mark Adams Solo Exhibition – Waterways @ Bradford Industrial Museum 19.11.16 – 7.1.17 Mark Adams began ‘Waterways’ in 2007 as a self-funded photography project exploring the inland waterways of northern England. Informed by the landscape tradition of English painters and

Solo Exhibition: Waterways @ Bradford Industrial Museum 19.11.16 -7.1.17

Mark Adams Solo Exhibition – Waterways @ Bradford Industrial Museum 19.11.16 – 7.1.17

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Solo Exhibition: Waterways @ Bradford Industrial Museum 19.11.16 -7.1.17

Mark Adams Solo Exhibition – Waterways @ Bradford Industrial Museum 19.11.16 – 7.1.17

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Exhibition: Northern Light – Landscape Photography and Evocations of the North

My documentation of the English north began in 2007 as a self-funded photography project involving the navigation of the inland waterways that connect Greater Manchester to Yorkshire. This photographic journey follows the South Pennine Ring – a canal network that

Exhibition: Northern Light – Landscape Photography and Evocations of the North

My documentation of the English north began in 2007 as a self-funded photography project involving the navigation of the inland waterways that connect Greater Manchester to Yorkshire. This photographic journey follows the South Pennine Ring – a canal network that

Exhibition: Northern Light – Landscape Photography and Evocations of the North

My documentation of the English north began in 2007 as a self-funded photography project involving the navigation of the inland waterways that connect Greater Manchester to Yorkshire. This photogra… Source: Exhibition: Northern Light – Landscape Photography and Evocations of the

Exhibition: Northern Light – Landscape Photography and Evocations of the North

My documentation of the English north began in 2007 as a self-funded photography project involving the navigation of the inland waterways that connect Greater Manchester to Yorkshire. This photogra… Source: Exhibition: Northern Light – Landscape Photography and Evocations of the

Exhibition: Migrate @ Cross Street Arts. Open until 20th May

An exhibition from artists working along the A6 corridor – in response to the theme Migrate. Source: Exhibition: Migrate @ Cross Street Arts. Open until 20th May

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Exhibition: Migrate @ Cross Street Arts. Open until 20th May

An exhibition from artists working along the A6 corridor – in response to the theme Migrate. Source: Exhibition: Migrate @ Cross Street Arts. Open until 20th May

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