Mike Chavez Dawson Interactive art talk

Talk - Live Art

Interdisciplinary artist, Mike Chavez-Dawson, shall give an overview of his current projects linking their genealogy to past works, with insights to professional issues and top tips on how to survive as an artist. Please bring pen and note pads, also.... think of your favourite word.

Mike graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University, Interactive Arts BA (Hon's) in 1997 and MA (Art as Environment) in 1999. He was the Visual Arts Editor for Flux Magazine and founding curator for Flux Space for just over a decade. Chavez-Dawson work's crosses an interesting path of disciplines, such as fine art & design, performance, music, curating and publishing. His intention is to expand and challenge an audiences experience whilst offering alternative means to interpret. To date he's ran a gallery in a publication, utilsed alter egos as living portraits, ran a club night as an artwork, formed a band to explore the relationship between visual presentation and it's audio, interviewed dead artists through a spiritual medium, created a cinema using hypnotism and gave gallery tour's as estate agents and crime solving detectives.

Mike's recent shows/projects include: 'Unrealised Potential' Cornerhouse, Manchester. 'Involved Socially', Base Gallery, San Francisco, USA. 'Title Murdered', 'Strange Days & Some Flowers', The Storey Gallery, Lancaster. 'Selling the Psycho-Geographical Breakdown' for Afterhours 'Subversive Spaces', The Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester. 'A bANDdA dA' Late at the TATE, TATE Britain, London.

21 February 2010 Starting at 4pm

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Flux Magazine Review Your Creative Work

FLUX Magazine are holding portfolio reviews with Editor Lee Taylor and Fashion Director Claire Lomax, so bring along any creative work, work in progress or even ideas - photography, fashion, art or illustration work are all welcome. Ex-Visual Art Editor and artist, Mike Chavez Dawson, is on hand to give an interactive arts talk with insights into professional issues and top tips on how to survive as an artist. Invaluable stuff!

21 February 2010 Starting at 2pm

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Setting Up A Record Label Music Production & Artist Management

On Sunday 21st March, NOISE LAB welcomes Manchester music producer Johnny Jay.

WHATS INVOLVED?
Johnny, with over 20 years experience in commercial and underground Dance will talk about all aspects of the Music industry. Including:

  • setting up and running a record label
  • music production
  •  artist management


BRING WITH YOU

  • If you have some; bring your music demo's with you for him to feedback and advise
  • or simply come along for some first hand advice from the guy in the know.


About Johnny
The 'King of the Manc remixers' is known for his Development Corporation remixes for The Human League and others. He also produced the Urban Cookie Collective's Keep a Secret and managed the Dust Junkies. He's also worked with the likes of Pete Waterman to Tony Wilson. In 2008, Johnny offered his advice to over 25 young people as part of NOISEfestival.com's 'Creative Futures' portfolio review event. Johnny and his colleague John Robb, recently set up the record label Modern English, earlier this year.

21 March 2010 Starting at 2pm

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Flux Magazine Review Your Work

Flux Magazine editors Lee Taylor and Claire Lomax, were joined by artist and curator Mike Chavez Dawson to review photography, fashion, arts & illustration work.

21 February 2010 Starting at 6pm

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One-To-One With Johnny Jay

NOISE LAB welcomed Manchester music producer Johnny Jay.  With over 20 years experience in commercial and underground Dance Johnny talks about all aspects of the Music industry.  Including setting up and running a record label, music production, and artist management.

The 'King of the Manc remixers' is known for his Development Corporation remixes for The Human League and others. He also produced the Urban Cookie Collective's Keep a Secret and managed the Dust Junkies. He's also worked with the likes of Pete Waterman to Tony Wilson.

In 2008, Johnny offered his advice to over 25 young people as part of NOISEfestival.com's 'Creative Futures' portfolio review event. Johnny and his colleague John Robb, recently set up the record label Modern English, earlier this year.

21 March 2010 Starting at 2pm

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Lee
05 September 2014

Brahman Dawson is an fucking evil druggie

Lee
05 September 2014

Graham Dawson is evil fucking drug arshole,and Barry amey is a evil druggie,

Lee
05 September 2014

Graham Dawson is evil fucking drug arshole,and Barry amey is a evil druggie,

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