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Directed by artists Suzanne Hutton, Michael Branthwaite and Janine Goldsworthy, Rednile Projects Ltd has since 2004 coordinated eight major projects in temporary venues in North East England. It has provided over thirty opportunities to artists including residencies, exhibitions and temporary public art commissions. Rednile has also provided free studio space, opportunities for writers, mentoring and education for students. The funds raised for each project, ensure that artists are paid for their time and work. Rednile aims to continue working in interesting temporary spaces, to collaborate creatively and to help artists and businesses build strong cultural communities.
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To celebrate the 2011-2012 Factory Nights programme rednile are looking to commission an innovative designer to produce a brand new Factory Nights publication.
This will follow the highly successful publication produced for our 2009-2010 programme featuring images hidden within a french fold design creating a document which the reader could explore. We are looking for creative ways to feature images from the Factory Night events, images of the artwork and events as part of Unique Commissions and pieces of creative and critical writing which respond to the innovative way Factory Nights commission artists and support their development. We recommend that you look at the ethos of Factory Nights on our website. Read full listing…
Factory Nights are a series of inspiring working sessions. They are free and simply provide an opportunity for creative people to come together in an interesting venue and supportive environment to make work or initiate ideas. Artists can come to the sessions with something they have been working on or could start something brand new, inspired by the space. Read full listing…
Factory Nights is a series of free, informal working sessions for visual artists and other creatives, held in venues of historical or architectural interest. During these sessions, artists have come together to make new work inspired by these spaces Read on…