Andrew and Caitlin Webb-Ellis create a multi-screen performance installation – reminiscent of the durational, visceral performance art of the ’60s and ’70s – in which they test their bodies and relationship through five hours of untrained, ecstatic movement, to ask ‘What does it mean to really be present?’.
Until 6 April 2015, Crescent Arts, Scarborough.

Emily Allchurch: In the Footsteps of a Master
Manchester Art Gallery, through a crowdfunding campaign with The Art Fund, have commissioned Emily Allchurch to create a new work based on French Impressionist Adolphe Valette’s 1910 painting, Albert Square, Manchester. This is the first solo show in a museum for Allchurch, who recreates old masters through complex and intricate photographic collages.
13 March – 5 June 2015, Manchester Art Gallery, Mosley Street, Manchester.

Exchange: Artists’ Residencies
Artists who took part in Blue Monkey Network’s Shared Space residency at the Casson Art School studio spaces discuss their experiences. This is an opportunity for artists to come together to share knowledge around ‘the pros, cons, pleasures and uncertainties of working as artist in residence’.
19 March, 6pm, Towner, College Road, Eastbourne.

µChip 3
This three-day festival, running alongside the BBC’s Birmingham Digital Week, is a chance to encounter the music of Chiptune artists, participate in hacking workshops and experience vintage computers and a range of digital, new media and glitch art.
19 March – 21 March, Vivid Projects, Birmingham.

Just for the Day
Repeating a curatorial and learning experiment from 2014, nine students from the MA Drawing at Wimbledon College of Art spend a day responding to the collection and presenting their work in the National Gallery’s Drawing Studio.
20 March, 10am-7.30pm, The Drawing Studio, Sainsbury Wing, National Gallery, London.

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