ESTUARY 2016 17 September – 2 October 2016 For more information, see Estuary website. Estuary is a new, biennial arts festival curated in response to the spectacular Thames Estuary and presented in culturally significant and historic venues along the Essex and Kent shorelines. An exciting mix of new and existing works will pull together powerful […]
NetPark – The Dementia Project
The People Department at Southend-on-Sea Borough Council have been awarded funds to enable a series of workshops with people living with dementia and their families at Metal. The project will work with the digital art Apps and media studio at our innovative NetPark project and will be based in our new Metal Art School. […]
Arts Award Courses at Metal
ARTS AWARD is a nationally recognised scheme which can be based on any arts or media activity, which you can complete at Metal.
Culture Lab: The Immersive
Culture Labs are a week-long residency opportunity for a group of artists, from different disciplines, to share a space and explore an emergent area of practice. From 2 – 6 March, Metal Liverpool hosted a lab which explored the area of ‘Immersive’ practice across the disciplines of sound, moving image, visual art and performance. The […]
Tabitha Jussa: Memorandum of Understanding
Metal is delighted to announce the opening of the exhibition ‘Memorandum of Understanding’ by Tabitha Jussa at the Bluecoat, a solo exhibition which was awarded as part of her 2014 Liverpool Art Prize win. Focussing on social planning, Tabitha Jussa’s artwork will be contrasting Liverpool with the burgeoning city wide developments of Shanghai – Liverpool’s […]
Launched at Metal’s Shorelines Literature festival in 2013, Public Record: Estuary is a cycle of audio poems intended to be listened to on walks around the old fishing village of Leigh-on-Sea. The poems are inspired by archival reports of 19th-century Estuary sea accidents. Set against the sights of today’s Estuary, they offer a new perspective […]
House of the Future
Metal were commissioned by CREST (Community Retrofit Through Sustainable Technologies) at Southend Borough Council to run six in-school creative sustainability workshops for the ‘House of the Future’ project.
Work On The Line
CALL FOR ARTISTS INTERESTED IN CREATING WORK FOR STATIONS ALONG THE HISTORIC LIVERPOOL AND MANCHESTER RAILWAY. DEADLINE: 23 February 2015 An invitation for expressions of interest to be involved in an artist development opportunity with Metal Liverpool. We would like to hear from artists working in any medium who would be interested in creating artwork, […]
Public Record: Estuary (Scroll down to stream or download the audio piece.) Public Record: Estuary is a cycle of audio poems intended to be listened to on walks around the old fishing village of Leigh-on-Sea. The poems are inspired by archival reports of 19th-century Estuary sea accidents. Set against the sights of today’s Estuary, they […]
Tabitha Moses: Investment
As part of her award for the Liverpool Art Prize 2013, Tabitha Moses presents a solo exhibition at the Walker Art Gallery. Investment is a continuation of the work presented at the Liverpool Art Prize exhibition at the Albert Dock in 2013, exploring her experience of infertility and IVF. For the Walker exhibition she has […]
Metal presents Feelgood Cafe Chalkwell Hall, Chalkwell Park, Southend on Sea SS0 8NB Friday 26 September – Friday 12 December 2014 Outside of advertised events, Feelgood Cafe will be open by appointment. Please call 01702 470700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We welcome schools tours or group visits. To coincide with the first public outing of the […]
Looking for things to do with kids this summer?
Metal are delighted to be working in partnership with Essex Libraries on the ImagiNation project