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The launch of Streetview is Friday, 25th Jan. Come down from 6pm and join us for the party. [See photos from the night here!]
This is the first time I’ve curated a show and I’m overwhelmed by the press coverage and interest from the public. Overwhelmed but overly nervous, so do come and say hello and share the fun of the evening with me.
BUYING ARTWORK:
If you want to buy a print but didn’t get chance during your visit my shop or if what you like isn’t on there then email: theskyliner.org@gmail.com
EVERYTHING ELSE:
Streetview made the BBC! How exciting. You can take a look at some of the artworks on their ‘In Pictures’ feature here.
Thank you for the support of Ubiquitous who have sponsored the print of 250 event brochures, Sam Swaffield for designing them, Tunnock’s for driving all the way from Scotland with Burn’s Night biscuits for the event, James Travis and Mat Dean of Dots and Loops for giving us music on the evening, 2022nq for hosting the exhibition, Dan Zomack for being the inspiration and face of the event, and all the wonderful friends and artists involved.
The show runs until February 18th, and stay tuned for two frankly ludicrous ideas I have for a further two shows in the coming year. 

Mark O’Brien’s sculpture “Church Street Records” for the show

The venue during set-up, thanks to Ahmad Hakym for the image

The launch of Streetview is Friday, 25th Jan. Come down from 6pm and join us for the party. [See photos from the night here!]

This is the first time I’ve curated a show and I’m overwhelmed by the press coverage and interest from the public. Overwhelmed but overly nervous, so do come and say hello and share the fun of the evening with me.

BUYING ARTWORK:

If you want to buy a print but didn’t get chance during your visit my shop or if what you like isn’t on there then email: theskyliner.org@gmail.com

EVERYTHING ELSE:

Streetview made the BBC! How exciting. You can take a look at some of the artworks on their ‘In Pictures’ feature here.

Thank you for the support of Ubiquitous who have sponsored the print of 250 event brochures, Sam Swaffield for designing them, Tunnock’s for driving all the way from Scotland with Burn’s Night biscuits for the event, James Travis and Mat Dean of Dots and Loops for giving us music on the evening, 2022nq for hosting the exhibition, Dan Zomack for being the inspiration and face of the event, and all the wonderful friends and artists involved.

The show runs until February 18th, and stay tuned for two frankly ludicrous ideas I have for a further two shows in the coming year. 

Mark o'brien

Mark O’Brien’s sculpture “Church Street Records” for the show

Streetview venue

The venue during set-up, thanks to Ahmad Hakym for the image

The first issue of the lovely Twenty Two magazine, for which I am a contributor.

My feature all about art out on the streets of Manchester can be found on page fifteen.


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