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Secret Cities: Immersion – Manchester Hidden Spaces Workshop

Secret Cities: Immersion – Manchester Hidden Spaces Workshop

A unique photography workshop led by Andrew Brooks, one of the UK’s leading digital artists

6 September 2014

6 September 2014,  Secret Cities Immersion @ People's History Museum, copyright Andrew Brooks  (1)

Time 10:00 - 17:30

Duration 7 hours 30 minutes

Cost £38 (excl. booking fee)

10.00am – 5.30pm (10.00am -12.00pm at People’s History Museum)

6 September 2014,  Secret Cities Immersion @ People's History Museum © Andrew BrooksCurated Place offers a unique opportunity to explore the unseen sides of Manchester while learning photographic and Photoshop techniques from one of the UK’s leading digital artists - photographer Andrew Brooks.

6 September 2014,  Secret Cities Immersion @ People's History Museum © Andrew BrooksBringing together artists, institutions and audiences in true collaboration this summer the Secret Cities project team is developing the work from a traditional photographic exhibition format into a new interactive projection based installation with the support of Arts Council England, Manchester Libraries, People’s History Museum and the people behind some of the UK’s largest lighting events.

6 September 2014,  Secret Cities Immersion @ People's History Museum © Andrew BrooksThe full day workshops invite you to learn about the Secret Cities team’s approach, enabling you to learn the practical and artistic skills employed by Andrew Brooks in producing his spectacular photography and get access to Photoshop training from the artist.  Starting in the People’s History Museum participants will be taken to unique locations in Manchester city centre before working in Manchester Central Library’s impressive new Media Lounge.

Book now – limited places available

Suitable for adults and young peopleCurated Place

Work in Progress

 

  • Treat yourself to 15% off in The Left Bank cafe bar when you attend an event at the People’s History Museum
  • Part of our Work in Progress workshop programme

 

Booking Requirements: Booking required via Eventbrite