The Museum of Club Culture

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Official Launch Party

and Viva La Muralists!

On Friday 19th November Actor, Singer
Roland Gift (Fine Young Cannibals)
officially launched
The Museum of Club Culture
 
This was followed at 7pm by Viva La Muralists!
Viva La Muralists! A Doodlebug sharing of Cross Platform Street Art Interventions with Manchester's Barney Doodlebug

Manchester based artist and event producer Michael Barnes-Wynters (aka Barney) has curated leading edge cultural initiatives for the past 20 years ranging from nightclub promotion to doodlebug live painting events and the noiselab part of noise festival. http://noiselab.co.uk/barney

 

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Captain Zip's Video Trip

Thursday 25th November, 2010. 7pm

Captain Zip introduced his films

Phil Munnoch aka Captain Zip has made
some 200 films on 8mm and Super 8 since he was a boy in the 1960s, ranging from records of events taking place in 1960s London to recent films of London’s S&M scene.

Captain Zip's films are a part of The British Film Institute National Film and Television archive.

UNRAVEL

Unravel came to The Museum of Club Culture
 on Saturday 15th January 11 - 4pm.
Winner of the Deutsche Bank Award for Art
at the Royal College of Art 2010, Unravel is an epic project that will create a hand painted film that correlates in length with the 874 miles between John O'Groats and Land's End - taking each metre between these two edges of mainland Britain as a ratio to equal one frame of 16mm film.
In collaboration with over twenty national and international film festivals across England, Scotland and Wales Unravel are holding touring workshops aiming to amass an epic sixteen hour film that will be created and manipulated by hand, by a diverse demographic of the people of Britain. Formed by Maria Anastassiou and Chris Paul Daniels whilst studying at the Royal College of Art, Unravel is also comprised of OKO Lab of Leeds (Mark Pickles and Jo Byrne) and, Manchester based, Kelvin Brown.

KEEPING THE FAITH

10 December until 20th February 2011

An exhibition of photography of the
Northern Soul Scene by John Barrett

John Barrett has been documenting the UK
soul scene through a range of black and
white and colour photography. This rare
collection provides a true insight into the
most endearing and idiosyncratic UK dance
scenes which continues to survive, uninterrupted since the1960's

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'The Endless Night. 35 years of nightclub portraits 1977- 2011'

An exhibition of Nightclub Photography by Derek Ridgers

Preview: Thursday 12th April – 6pm - 8pm
Exhibition runs until the end of May. Open weekends 11am – 5pm. Free entry

Derek Ridgers is a professional photographer with 35 years work of experience working mainly for UK magazines and newspapers like NME, The Face, The Independent, The Sunday Telegraph, Time Out and Loaded. From 1978 onwards he has recorded the young inhabitants of London's streets and Soho's club scene.

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