As we look forward to 2018, FutureEverything founder and creative director Drew Hemment discusses where we’ve been and where we are going.
August in review:
Positively Charged – a new artwork by FAULT LINES artist Kasia Molga – launched at Taipei Arts Festival earlier this month. The art installation uses smart technologies to create a vision of a future city, and explores new ways of harvesting and circulating personal energy. If you were not lucky enough to catch Positively Charged at the Digital Arts Centre, head to our website to watch a video of the installation.
My City: The Living Animal
If Manchester was an animal, what kind would it be? On Friday 18 August we asked a group of 30 children (and their parents) to answer this question. Linked to work carried out through CityVerve, the family-friendly arts workshop used imagination and painting to explore how clean air might change our experience of Manchester. Read about the workshop in a blog by our new Service and Engagement Designer, Mahnaz Yusef.
Upcoming CityVerve Community Forum: Workout Buddies
Join our workout workshop designed to inspire and motivate fitness lovers and PE dodgers alike to get physical, explore the neighbourhood and make friends.
Wednesday 27 September 7 – 9pm at Z-Arts, Manchester.