Super Cool Drawing Machine

The musicians' art show

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  • Times:

    10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 17:00
  • Dates:

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  • Price:

    £6.54 incl. booking fee

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Rising from the ashes of the covid-19 crisis, Super Cool Drawing Machine is a celebration of the visual art created by a host of internationally acclaimed, touring musicians.

Featuring renowned musicians from a wide spectrum of genres, Super Cool Drawing Machine features the work of trailblazing saxophonist and figure head of the UK Jazz scene Shabaka Hutchings, Mercury nominated Welsh singer/producer Cate Le Bon, experimental folk musician Richard Dawson, Turner Exhibiting African American experimentalist Lonnie Holley, celebrated drummer/composer Seb Rochford as well as members of This is The Kit, Mammal Hands, Haiku Salut, Snapped Ankles and many more.

The exhibit, which will be open for four consecutive days in our foyer, will showcase paintings, photography, drawings, ceramics, digital instillations, recycled arts, sculpture and furniture.

Coronavirus safety measures

For audience safety and to conform with Government guidelines we will be operating with some additional safety measures.

  • Exhibition viewings will be restricted to 30 people
  • A viewing slot must be reserved and will last for 45 mins
  • Audience members will be required to wear a face covering
  • Audience members will follow a designated route through the exhibition maintaining a safe 2m social distance from other attendees
  • Track & trace details will be recorded
  • Temperature testing upon arrival

Featured Artists

BEX BURCH (VULA VIEL)

BRYONY JARMAN-PINTO

CATE LE BON

H.HAWKLINE

TIM PRESLEY

CLOUDSHOES

DAISUKE TANABE

ED DOWIE

FRÀNÇOIS & THE ATLAS MOUNTAINS

HAIKU SALUT

HOLYSSEUS FLY

ICHI

JEFFREY LEWIS

LEAFCUTTER JOHN

LONNIE HOLLEY

MAMMAL HANDS

PETER BRODERICK

POPPY ACKROYD

RACHAEL DADD

RICHARD DAWSON

RHODRI DAVIES

ROZI PLAIN

SEB ROCHFORD

SHABAKA HUTCHINGS

SNAPPED ANKLES

TARA CLERKIN

THIS IS THE KIT

YAMA WARASHI

YUMI AND THE WEATHER

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