We are delighted to announce that we will be holding a launch event for our new studio in Ardwick. This new sustainable studio model means that we are now hosting Associate Members, professional artists who will work alongside our members’ shared studio space. At the launch we will be showcasing our self contained Associate spaces, showing work by members and generally celebrating the voyage of discovery that Pool Arts has been on
Pool Arts’ Julie Portland is exhibiting photographs at Croma in Didsbury. We’d like to Thank Aroma for supporting a series of individual exhibitions in their restaurant over the 4 months. Its great experience for the artists and the work looks great. All the work in the show is for sale, contact us if you are interested in buying – proceeds to Pool Arts studio funds.
Welcome to The New Pool Arts Studio spaces. This new studio model includes self contained spaces with WiFi and natural south facing window light, ground floor access and close to transport network and Universities. Just 5 minutes from Manchester City centre and Piccadilly Station. Contact us now for more details if you are interested in joining as a Pool Arts member or as an Associate.
We would like to thank Arts Council England for helping to get the studio off the ground and Shoosmiths for their continued support.
Pool Arts will soon be opening our new studio in Manchester. Associate members will have access to self contained studios and Pool Arts members will be able top access the open studio. Let us know if you are looking for a space and we’ll give you all the details of vacancies or how to join Pool Arts.
I.Baron makes drawings and paintings portraying extraordinary and fantastical creatures – like people, but not like anyone you’ve met – or maybe you have. He also does portraits of famous and not so famous people in a graphic style such as this one above of Elvis.
Following the very successful exhibition of Simon Mawdsleys paintings, we proudly present a new solo show of Pool Arts member I.Baron’s work at Croma Didsbury. We’d like to thank Croma for allowing us the opportunity to use the restaurant as a gallery for the coming few months.
Its now 10 years since Tonbridge Road Allotments invited Pool Arts to erect the SHED gallery (previously shown at Platt Fields) on their new Community Plot. Since then we’ve held numerous exhibitions: solo shows , group projects, workshops and residencies in the smallest gallery (possibly) in the world! And the community plot has grown too, now boasting its very own pizza oven!
Famous curator Richard Demarco visited in 2011, declaring it “The best gallery I have ever visited” Help us celebrate with the lovely Community Plot volunteers providing refreshments and Pool Artists using “10” as a theme for the usual eclectic mix of artworks. There will be a display of images from the last 10 years. Wrap up warm and toast “The SHED” 2-5pm on Sunday 6th November. You can see some of the previous projects at SHED by browsing our archive – the link is top of the menu on the right of the screen.
as they develop their new studio facility in Ardwick. This is a one year freelance role
For details please download the job description and details of how to apply here POOL ARTS STUDIO MANAGER
raised £200 at our launch event - thats £300 to go for our target which we hope to exceed this year to match out @ace_thenorth GFTA
@cromapizza thanks for coming along to our launch and for the raffle gift! much appreciated