Message from 0161 Festival Organisers:
We are currently confirming next year’s date for what will be a very special 5th year anniversary 0161 Festival show!
Any bands, artists, stall holders, graffiti artists or anyone/any group that wants to get involved please e-mail email@example.com with ”application”
0161 is more than just a music festival, its a movement!
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Until 25th August 2017
Tricking the Impossible: word and type: Penny Rimbaud and Bracketpress
MMU Special Collections Gallery,
All Saints Library
This exhibition examines the close, collaborative relationship between the author Penny Rimbaud (co-founder of the highly influential punk rock collective Crass) and typesetter and book designer Christian Brett. The exhibition draws on extensive archive material from the Bracketpress archive held at Manchester Metropolitan University Special Collections. Brett’s collaborations with Rimbaud employ many expressive and conceptual typographic tricks, creating visually exciting designs for some very challenging texts. Along with published material (novels, essays, poetry and music) the exhibition also includes working designs for as yet unpublished works.
Bracketpress is an independent radical publisher of books, pamphlets and limited edition prints co-founded by Christian Brett & Alice Smith. The exhibition is part of RANDOM Archive, a collaborative project with Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre exploring text and type.
Tuesday 25th July
Friday July 28th, Saturday July 29th and Sunday 30th July
POW! Partisan Open weekend 1
To celebrate and launch the permanent Partisan space, we are having a Partisan Open Weekend (POW!) on July 28-30th. This weekend will act as a fundraiser, as we are still raising funds in order to get the space up and running.
Low Waged: £5
Day tickets: Half the price of the relevant weekend ticket
Weekend and day tickets available on the door.
Purchase weekend tickets in advance on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/partisan-open-weekend-pow-1-tickets-35690452103
LINE-UP (Full programme coming soon)
FRIDAY JULY 28TH
Water – https://soundcloud.com/water-22
LIINES – http://www.soundcloud.com/weareliines
Nick Kagame Jones – https://www.mixcloud.com/kagame/
She Choir Manchester – http://shechoir.com/manchester/who-we-are/
ILL – https://weareill.bandcamp.com/
Bad Body – https://badbody.bandcamp.com/
SATURDAY JULY 29TH
Scrap Brain – https://scrapbrainhc.bandcamp.com/
Bloody Head –https://bloodyhead.bandcamp.com/
Solution Hours – https://solutionhours.bandcamp.com/
Young Identity performance poetry
Global Justice Now workshop with Nick Dearden and local activist Laura Williams
Momentum Manchester workshop
SUNDAY JULY 30TH
Voguing workshop with Darren Pritchard
Raised By Feminists crafting workshop
Greater Manchester Housing Action screening of ‘Halfway’ by Daisy May Hudson + panel discussion.
Women-led DJ workshop
**If you would like to perform, run a workshop, cook, make, promote, or help out in any way – get in touch!***
We can’t wait to see you at Partisan!
In the meantime, please sign up to become a member. This is vital to the sustainability of the project. From as little as £1 a month: www.partisancollective.net/membership
Saturday 19th August
Friday 1st September until Sunday 3rd September
Fast Forward Festival: Build Commons, Build Counter-Power
Thornbridge Outdoors Centre, Derbyshire
Laying the foundations for a post-capitalist society will require the building of diverse forms of social organisation, an emphasis on building non-capitalist forms of consciousness, and finding new sites of struggle. For Plan C, this currently means pursuing the combined strategies of social strike, directional demands and radical municipalism, but we want to learn from your perspectives, strategies and modes of organising.
At Fast Forward 2017 we want to delve further into these ideas, to discuss, imagine and develop what it means to build commons and build counter-power.
We want you to join us for three days of talks, workshops, parties, childcare, food and commoning!
Any what’s on ideas? Email firstname.lastname@example.org