- We are very pleased to announce that the next exhibition to come to the Momentary Art Project, following the end of "love new brighton" on the 25th of April will be "Guardians and Angels" from St Mary's College, Wallasey.Launching on the 2nd of May and ending on the 23rd of May, this will showcase the work from the students at St Mary's.
This will be followed by a visit from The Caravan Gallery and their fabulous Wirral Pride of Place Project. The Liverpool Pride of Place Project will be at The Lyceum in Bold Street, Liverpool from 17th May to 16th June.
Artists, Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale need your help to make sure the Wirral version is equally spectacular! All welcome to get involved.
Launch event: 8th June, 6 - 8 / Closing celebration: 23rd June
Over a fortnight during Look 13, Liverpool's International Photography Festival, The Caravan Gallery will be transforming an empty unit in New Brighton's Marine Point into a temporary exhibition hub cum alternative visitor information centre. With the help of residents and visitors alike they will be creating a warts and all celebration of Wirral in words, pictures, objects and performance.
Chris and Jan will set the scene with a selection of their own images of the peninsular in order to get people talking, looking and thinking. The exhibition will grow daily as visitors add their observations and contributions to The People's Map and The People's Wall.
The Wirral Pride of Place Project will give local people of all ages a great opportunity to get creative and showcase their talents - photos,videos,drawings, paintings, sculptures, home-made souvenirs, postcards and more all welcome as long as they have a Wirral theme.The Caravan Gallery website
Facebook: The Caravan GalleryTwitter: @caravangalleryThe Caravan Gallery will be parked outside at intervals during the exhibition.Unit 7 (Momentary Art Project C.I.C. space), Marine Point, New Brighton, Wirral, CH45 2HZNB: With thanks as ever to Neptune for the use of the empty unit.