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19 Nov 2017 to 14 Jan 2017
Tuesday - Saturday, 11am - 5pm or by appointment
Workplace Gallery
The Old Post Office
19/21 West Street
Gateshead
NE8 1AD
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Artists in this exhibition: Philip Coyne, Grace Denton, Joe Fletcher Orr, Luca George, Max Lee, Luke Mullen, Mathew Parkin, The White Pube, Paola Ciarska, Juliet Fleming, Liv Fontaine, Jake Kent, Andrew Maughan, Alfie Strong, Matt Antoniak, Hazel Brill, James Hindle, Harry Hurlock, Joanne Masding, Joe Shaw


M I L K  x  WORKPLACE  

19 November 2016 – 14 January 2017 Opening: 18 November 6pm – 8pm  

Gallery opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 5pm  

WORKPLACE is delighted to announce a new collaboration with M I L K artists collective. M I L K will takeover Workplace Gateshead for a 2 Month period as organisation in residence during which they will programme 3 group exhibitions and a series of accompanying talks and events featuring both M I L K members and invited artists from the North East region and further afield.  

The first two exhibitions are about doubt from within and from without. Both exhibitions address themes that are relevant to early-career and emerging artists and will provide an important comment on what it is to be a young artist in the North in 2016.  

This Is It, Isn’t It? explores ideas of self-awareness, self-reflexivity and self-doubt as a core of artists’ practice. 19November – 3December 2016 Philip Coyne, Grace Denton, Joe Fletcher Orr, Luca George, Max Lee, Luke Mullen, Mathew Parkin, The White Pube

Worried Mother responds to society’s concerns and reservation around people deciding to pursue a career in the arts. 10 December – 21 December 2016 (preview Friday 9 December) Paola Ciarska, Juliet Fleming, Liv Fontaine, Jake Kent, Andrew Maughan, Alfie Strong   

The final exhibition will open on 3rd January.
M I L K  x  WORKPLACE
closing party will take place on Saturday 14th January 2017. Further details to be announced.  

M I L K are an artist-led collective based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Formed in 2015, M I L K aim to provide a platform for emerging artists to exhibit. As practicing artists themselves, M I L K members perceived a lack of opportunities and recognised exhibition spaces in Newcastle for early career and emerging artists. M I L K seeks to address this discord with a varied programme of exhibitions and events focused on supporting early career artists both regionally and nationally.  

http://www.mmmilk.co.uk/  

For more information or images please contact:
mmmilkcollective@gmail.com / paul@workplacegallery.co.uk  

WORKPLACE is supported by Arts Council England

 
Workplace Gallery
The Old Post Office
19 - 21 West Street
Gateshead
NE8 1AD, UK



www.workplacegallery.co.uk






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