Category: Therblig

All Work and No Play

6 Feb - 14 Aug 2016, Grafters - Industrial society in image and word @ PHM. Demolition men, Newcastle. Jimmy Forsyth, 1956. Courtesy of Tyne and Wear Museums

All Work and No Play is an open submission exhibition showcasing the work of a selection of artists, photographers, poets and filmmakers who have responded to the themes and images of the current changing exhibition Grafters: Industrial society in image and word.

All Work and No Play includes works by Julie Edwards, Nat Wilkins, Steve Talbot, Huma Arshad Khaliq, Ian Vines, Mandy Rathbone and David Rogers, Lizzie King, Mei Yuk Wong, Julia Parks, Steve Judson, Bianca Cork, Nigel Slight, Digital Works, and Wideyed’s Lucy Carolan and Richard Glynn, who are showing the video element from their exhibition project Therblig.

5 March 2016 — 15 May 2016, 10:00 – 17:00

The Journal Culture Awards 2013

We’re delighted to be named as one of the three finalists in the “Best Arts and Business Partnership” section of The Journal Culture Awards 2013 for ‘Therblig’. Realised in partnership with SCA at Prudhoe, this exhibition has been exhibited as part of FORMAT13 at the New Art Exchange, Nottingham and at  the Fuse Media Centre, Prudhoe.

More information including a list of all the finalists can be found here.tumblr_n1v5ekCS6C1qij2hqo1_500