Photographic Styling Makeover - with SUPERSUPER Magazine

Workshop - Talk - Portfolio Review

'A New You' workshop with SuperSuper starring Alis Pelleschi, supported by SuperSteve and Holly Knoyle-Hughes

Artist/Photographer Alis Pelleshi also known as Tampon Girl does styling for SS www.alispelleschi.com.

ACTIVITY:

The SuperSuper team will begin the workshop with some pointers on photography, portraiture, styling, poses, make-up, identity, etc, and be on hand throughout to give practical advice – as well as taking some photos ourselves!

SCHEDULE:

1pm – 5pm: WORKSHOP

with Alis Pelleschi (photographer/artist), SuperSteve (SuperSuper Creative Director), Holly Knoyle-Hughes (Make-up artist)

 6.00pm – 8pm: TALK/PRESENTATION

Alis Pelleschi presentation of her work with results of workshop

BRING WITH YOU:

–Examples of your own photographic/styling/make-up work

–Any clothes/styling props you might have that could be used in the photos

–Your own camera if you have one (regardless of quality – could be a disposable, cameraphone, polaroid etc etc)

The SUPERSUPER Team:

ALIS PELLESCHI - Photographer and visual communicator extraordinaire takes photographs of those she deems curious and intriguing characters. Alis's a regular contributor in SuperSuper's Senior Style section. Just about to graduate, recently graced the front cover of New York-based GrungeCake magazine.She is always on her search for her next Fashion Icon.

SUPERSTEVE is Creative Director & founder of SUPERSUPER Magazine

HOLLY KNOYLE–HUGHES is a make-up artist who works with a range of music artists and publications and contributes regularly to SUPERSUPER Magazine

03 February 2010 Starting at 1pm

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SUPERSUPERs A New You workshop with Alis Pelleschi

'A New You' workshop with SuperSuper Magazine starring photographer Alis Pelleschi, whose work often features herself in various guises. The session was supported by SuperSteve (SuperSuper Creative Director) and stylist Holly Knoyle-Hughes (Make-up artist).

The SUPERSUPER team brought various props/styling materials and visitors were encouraged to create unique portraits of themselves and each other in the NOISE Lab and out and about in Manchester.

Check the final photos as taken by the very top Alis Pelleschi.

03 February 2010 Starting at 6pm

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Elliot Rashman

'How To Survive in the Ever-Evolving Music Industry'

A lot has changed in the music industry since those ‘Madchester’ times, when Elliot managed indie outfit Happy Mondays & Simply Red.  People are less inclined to spend money on music now due to the freedom of internet sharing and wannabes looking for a quick route to success through the likes of the X Factor, and Britains Got Talent.  Unfortunately this has left a lot of young artists with no idea of how to manage themselves, or how to develop as an artist. 

Elliot talks about the ways in which the music industry has changed, and provides tools and knowledge for surviving in the industry as it is in its current guise.

Elliot Rashman is now semi-retired and devotes much of his time to selectively mentoring and coaching young artistes from all the creative disciplines - he specialises in encouraging them to wake up and smell the coffee.  Elliot likens to working in today's music business to 'tap dancing on the Titanic'.

Elliot has worked in and around the music business for thirty years.  In that time he has managed and worked with a diverse selection of artistes including Simply Red, Happy Mondays, James, Ian McCulloch and the Lightning Seeds. 

He also has a masters degree in script writing and acts as a script supervisor for up and coming writers. 

03 March 2010 Starting at 6pm

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Interface Amnesty The public wants what the public gets

How do the devices and tools we use shape who we are? Why is the flat screen our interface of choice? Are the ways we use devices complicit in constructing our ideas of normality and how we then want to reject them? Artists, hobbyists, technologists and makers show and tell self-made, developed and hacked devices for playing with the world in a relaxed car boot style setting.

12.00 - 16.00

This event will also include a performance and talk by the Japanese artist Daito Manabe from 16.00pm to 17.00pm.

Free entry, so ignore the link below – you don’t need a ticket!

The Abandon Normal Devices (AND) Festival. AND will be taking place across Manchester from 1- 7 October 2010 and the North West until 2012 and beyond.

For more information visit www.andfestival.org.uk/

03 October 2010 Starting at 12pm

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Daito Manabe - The Face Visualiser Performance


On the NOISELAB second floor, artist, coder, hacker, mathematician, sound designer, DJ and VJ, Manabe will redefine the existent media and technologies from his unique perspective. Converting sounds into electrical impulses is one thing; transferring these impulses via diodes to a person’s facial muscles is quite another.

Manabe presents a performance that places demands upon his own facial muscles as well as the abdominal muscles of his audience.

12.00 – 16.00

Free entry, so ignore the link below – you don’t need a ticket!

The Abandon Normal Devices (AND) Festival. AND will be taking place across Manchester from 1- 7 October 2010 and the North West until 2012 and beyond.

For more information visit www.andfestival.org.uk

03 October 2010 Starting at 12pm

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