Posts Tagged ‘Launch Opening’

Wolf-Girls: Dark Tales of Teeth, Claws and Lycogyny Launch Party

Sunday, February 12th, 2012

Wolf-Girls

Title: Wolf-Girls: Dark Tales of Teeth, Claws and Lycogyny Launch Party
Location: MadLab
Description: Launch Party for a new collection of female werewolf fiction (published by Hic Dragones)
Date: 29-06-2012
Start Time: 18:30
End Time: 21:30
Free event: booking required












Feral, vicious, fierce and lost… the she-wolf is a strange creature of the night. Attractive to some; repulsive to others, she stalks the fringes of our world as though it were her prey. She is the baddest of girls, the fatalest of femmes – but she is also the excluded, the abject, the monster.

The Wolf-Girls within these pages are mad, bad and dangerous to know. But they are also rejected and tortured, loving and loyal, avenging and triumphant. Some of them are even human…

Readings from Lyn Lockwood, Mihaela Nicolescu, Hannah Kate, Sarah Peacock, Jeanette Greaves and Beth Daley. Plus wine reception, competitions and giveaways.

For more info: http://www.hic-dragones.co.uk/wolf-girls

Hic Dragones

Blank Media Collective Launch Opening

Friday, May 6th, 2011

Blank Media

Title: Blank Media Collective Launch Opening
Location: MadLab
Description: Blank Media Collective presents an exhibition showcasing work about social media in collaboration with MadLab, Manchester.
Start Time: 18:00
Date: 2011-06-02
End Time: 21:00

When: Public Preview: Thursday 2 June 2011 | Exhibition continues: 3 – 16 June 2011




Artists: Osvaldo Cibils, Jamie Crewe, Douglas Gast, Melissa Henderson, Pippa Lennox, Paul Plowman, Mark Powell, Jennifer Ross, Sarah Terry, Elizabeth Wewiora & Jennifer Steele and Teawitter.

Blank Media Collective curators are excited to present the exhibition User Generated Content. Collaboratively working with MadLab, the exhibition focuses on social media and its relevancy in this day and age.

From artists to arduino engineers, Blank Media Collective have searched ‘virtually’ every corner of the world to present to you the weird, wonderful and quirky things people are creating in the physical realm.

The diverse content of this exhibition includes facebook stalking, ‘like’ popularity contests, twitter drum, status-stealing poetry, political statements, never-ending you tube feed, cakes, flickr craft, moving image works, and a visual portrayal of an online relationship.