MAY 00] WARWICK ARTS CENTRE NEWS
Space Invaders Spotted At Warwick Arts Centre
invaders will be landing at Warwick Arts Centre next week along with
hundreds of loaves of bread, Japanese geishas and weird balloons.
will be taking to the stage at Warwick Arts Centre as part of a
national initiative to promote local up-and-coming performance
best of the performers will be selected to represent the West Midlands
at the National Review of Live Art in Glasgow in November.
artists have been chosen from a welter of proposals for live
performances at the shows on Friday 9 at 7pm and Saturday 10 June at
Hall, Director of Warwick Arts Centre, said:
is a great chance to come and challenge your expectations, try
something new and find out how creative our young artists are.
Midlands is establishing a reputation as being the best place in the
country for live art and it is very exciting to be giving these
young artists an opportunity to show what they can do.”
March the Mead Gallery at the Arts Centre was told that it would
receive funding as part of an Arts Council initiative called Spaces
Arts Council is to award £32 million to 34 leading galleries across
the country aimed at improving visual arts spaces.
receiving the award had to show a strong commitment to developing
education programmes and a focus on new media.
money will be used in part by the Mead to continue its live art
programme, following on from Space Invaders.
for the shows are free and can be booked in advance by contacting the
Box Office on 024 7652 4524 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org