The Black Path is an ancient route. It has been many things: the northern boundary of an Anglian Kingdom, a medieval sailor’s trod, and a convenient path to work for the steelworkers of Middlesbrough. It is a nominal, barely remembered place, home to rovers, fly-tippers, secret lovers and rough sleepers.
This exhibition is a response as varied as the Black Path’s uses. The artists featured, like the path itself, are outsiders.
An exhibition of art, painting, sculpture, poetry and sound including experimental electronic music by bands Ammonites and Warped Freqs.
The Black Path is showing at The House of Blah Blah gallery in Middlesbrough until 3rd March 2016.
‘COMMUNITY’ is the first independent LGBT theatre performance coming to The House of Blah Blah gallery and creative space in Middlesbrough April 2016.
The play is written and directed by young upcoming Producer Scott Davies, who is passionate about working with local actors and ensuring they gain the experience needed to develop their careers as well as paying them according to Equity Fringe recommendations.
For more information and to help the development of the project please visit: http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/community-a-new-lgbt-play-coming-2016/?utm_source=crowdfunder&utm_medium=dashboardmodel&utm_content=emailtofriends&utm_campaign=marketing
Alyson Agar – Solid Paradise; an exploration of dialogue between photographic and sculptural practice.
Coincidental, transient sculpture interventions in the landscape are recorded through the permanence of analogue photography; whilst formal values are explored through intuitive and trans-disciplinary working practices.
Playful compositions, illusory colours and the assimilation of sculptural form allow the construction of a new and unknown dream-like narrative.
Alyson is exhibiting at The House of Blah Blah, Middlesbrough until December 10th.