The Museum of Club Culture, the first of its kind opened in Hull, East Yorkshire. Now relocated to: Suite 5, Bond 31, 42 High Street, Hull, HU1 1PS.
Wednesday, 27 October 2010
Viva La Muralists!
We have great pleasure in inviting Michael Barnes-Wynters to The Museum of Club Culture to detonate our series of cultural events and exhibitions.
Viva La Muralists! A Doodlebug sharing of Cross Platform Street Art Interventions with Manchester's Barney Doodlebug on Friday 19 November at 7.00pm
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
Doodlebug was born in 1991 as a creative platform for its culturally diverse Northwest based artists, musicians, performers and DJs. Doodlebug's debut event in '94 presented the unknown DJ Shadow and DJ Krush...headz session(mo wax records). During this time Doodlebug provided a platform for unknown artists the likes of as Mr. Scruff, Andy Votel and Alison David to develop and explore their creative practices.
its annual celebration of visual/street arts known as International Doodlebug Day-Viva La Muralists! IDD ( 99-06), held simultaneously in Manchester, London and Tokyo, IDD nurtured talent the likes of Pete Fowler and gave rise to the scrawl collective whilst introducing the UK’s first street art expo at Urbis, Manchester in 2003, which moved onto the Tate Modern in 2008.