The Sunday Market
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So the market is happening TOMORROW…here are two fine traders who have been added to the bill:
Be the chicest geek in the playground with fine garments from:
Brush upon you commie history with the:
12pm….don’t be late
Extra good stuff at the market this week:
Spoilt for choice. Be there or be SQUARE.
This Sunday 4th September the Sunday Market is getting ready for the new term.
Kit yourself out with a new vintage uniform from:
Write your notes up in style with notebooks from:
Nifty accessories from:
Create your own alternative reading lists with these discerning publishers:
Carry your books and lunchbox safely:
Sell your fresh new artwork with:
PLUS MORE! MORE! MORE!
Here are the fine traders who will be peddling their wares in style at the return of The Sunday Market.
SKIN AND BLISTER
Downstairs in the main room at the Mill will be the second day of the brain melting Fat Out Fest.
Make a meal of it.
The Sunday Market will be returning on 7th August. The market will be coinciding with the brain melting FAT OUT FEST and will be taking place from 12pm until 4pm in the first floor gallery space.
Here is a quick poster I made:
Stay Tuned for who’ll be there.
The Sunday Market is going on holiday. Yes that’s right folks the market won’t be at the Mill for the next couple of weeks BUT don’t be sad, it’ll be relaunching bigger and betterer at FAT OUT FEST on 7th August. It’s going to be monthly too. Each month is going to be themed. It’s going to be good. Keep your ear to the ground.
There will be NO Sunday Market this week the 19th June. REPEAT. There will be NO Sunday Market this week the 19th June. Sorry folks but it will be back on 26th June so save your pocket money for then.
Meanwhile in Salford…Hot Bed Press Printmakers Studio has just announced their series of summer courses for the discerning printmakers about town. Hot Bed Press is the largest open access print workshop in the region. With 140 members, they provide specialist printmaking equipment and expertise in printmaking and related media, (such as bookmaking). If you would like to brush up on your skills or learn something from scratch check out their website by clicking the picture below:
Roll up for the PAPERGIRL MANCHESTER EXHIBITION LAUNCH
Wednesday 15th June
Soup Kitchen, Spear Street, 6pm until Late
Come on down for some mid week action. This wednesday will see the launch of the 2011 Papergirl exhibition. Papergirl will be distributing rolls of art by bicycle to passers-by. Come see the art at Soup Kitchen before it is distributed. Featuring illustration, photography, design, screen prints and zines from 50 local and international artists.
I will be joining the fun by taking the Sumi Ink Club from the market to Soup Kitchen for live drawing that everyone can take part in.
Click on this sleek poster to RSVP via Facebook.
Created by Aisha Ronniger in 2006 in Berlin and branching out first to Manchester and then to other cities across the UK, Papergirl is: participatory, analogue, non-commercial and impulsive. Papergirl is distributed like a newspaper, but not edited or printed like it. It consists of art pieces that are rolled up together. There are no guidelines as to format, subject matter or quantity, so originals, prints, photos, copies etc. come together. Each roll contains several different works, meaning that each one holds a unique combination of works. The art rolls cannot be sold and they are not delivered to subscribers. Giving the work out by bike means that there is no time for any stereotypes when choosing recipients of the pieces. You have to react fast and spontaneously. Chance plays its part.
It’s all about quality not quantity this week:
Bright and colourful jewellery, handmade in good old Manchester
Lovingly created homeware and accessories
This week is also your LAST CHANCE to see the wonderful ‘Manchester and Salford: Themes and Variations.’ An exhibition of prints by Robert Shadbolt. There will also be a stall in the gallery selling prints, badges and some lovely screen printed hankerchiefs.
Who’ll be there? Well, there will be some familiar faces and some débutantes too:
NORTH WEST IS BEST
Lovely Handmade/Vintage/Upcycled clothing and accessories from Manchester aficionado, Jacky. Take a look at her blog for stylish Northern news.
AMETHYST ANNIE JEWELLERY
Impressive woodcut jewellery. You’ll be hard pushed to buy only one piece.
Sunday Market favourites and purveyors of delicious homemade preserves and chutneys. All organic and locally sourced.
MARY LUNDQUIST ILLUSTRATIONS
Wonderful illustrations from the Sunday Market’s bestseller. Come on down and snap up some of this great stuff before Mary up and leaves old Blighty at the end of the month.
Prints and artwork by up and coming artists and designers. Quda is an online toolkit for you to buy/sell/exhibit art. Taking all the hassle out of self promotion for you.
So…If that isn’t enough to entice you from your bed this Sunday what else will be going on in Salford?
As part of the Say Something Series of events at the Mill, this Sunday will see the screening of the EMBRYONIC FILM PROJECT, a collaboration between artists Louise Woodcock and Jennifer Mcdonald. On recently discovering the work of Derek Jarman, Louise and Jennifer are using their week in residency at Islington Mill to embark on a new film project. In their first use of film Jennifer and Louise will draw together a number of recent influences.
The film features two women (McDonald and Woodcock) in Pendle Hill, famous for it’s association with the witch trials. The characters perform ritualistically using tribal symbols including animal bones, hair and wool. The film will be displayed with sculptural objects that were used in the film and with a live improvised soundtrack from WOMB.
The screening will be at 3pm in the first floor gallery.
The main art gallery will be open continuing the exhibition: "Themes and Variations: Manchester and Salford." Illustrator ROBERT SHADBOLT has been making drawings based on current and historical references in Greater Manchester and they are really worth a look. Prints of the work will also be available to buy, along with screen printed handkerchiefs and badges.
Don’t forget the usual Sumi Ink Club and Salford Zine Library will be there too.