2014 was the year Future Artists as a collective came of age… find out how we did it and what is coming up next….
Future Artists takeover Great Northern Warehouse for 18months – Something’s happening here…. 2014/2015
Future Artists proudly introduce their newest production, Portal, a six-part web-series available exclusively on Dailymotion from the 31st March 2015. This is the first original scripted series to be released by the popular video platform, highly anticipated by their 250 million unique monthly users.
See It To Believe It – Future Artists Presents ‘Damaged Goods’, A New Exhibition Of Incredible Photo-Realistic Street Art By Clayton Whitter This December In Manchester
Future Artists proudly presents Drowned City, winner of Best UK Documentary at the London International Film Festival. Directed by Faith Millin, this gripping and intimate portrait of London’s pirate radio scene reveals the interesting lives of significant members of the pirate community and uncovers the risks taken and passion devoted in getting their sounds to the people. You can watch Drowned City today at via iTUNES
The space aims to provide a much needed mid-size venue for production companies in Manchester, and give a high-level of marketing support to independent North West talent. We aim to take away the barriers of a ‘theatre’ environment and engage new audiences with risk-taking, immersive productions, quality writing and brilliant showcase evenings.
Chasing The Sun: Oasis 1993-1997 – An exhibition of iconic band photography and rare memorabilia, running from Friday 18th July (opening night) until Sunday 16th August at the Home of Future Artists, The Great Northern Warehouse, Manchester.
What if a coffee shop was able to generate £100,000 a year in grants that will enable a community to grow – enabling exploration of the arts and sciences, benefiting health and well being, and being a space to meet, share and create…
Be part of Future Artists in 2014 here is how As a Media Collective with a co-operative ethos we are always open to new people joining our ranks, if the project can accommodate you.
It’s that time of year again when we bring projects to a close, look back on past achievements and re-evaluate our future goals. 2013 has been a year of graft and hard work at Future Artists, and following the success of our recent pop-up Stewy exhibition and release of our new film The Lost Generation, we are definitely closing on a high.