In the wake of being released from lockdown, we are looking forward to a summer filled with events. We interviewed our friends at Chester Art Centre to find out what they have planned for the summer, and here is one exhibit you shouldn’t miss.
The Chester Arts Centre is another one of those hidden gems in Cheshire, conveniently located at 132 Northgate St, Chester, Cheshire which showcases art pieces, exhibitions, events and artists. The gallery also offers exhibition space for rent, a photoshoot room, an installation room, and other services.
The exhibition RED RINSE RIOT is a text-based work of art by British artist PTMADDEN that tells the story of Dorys Tyler and Lyz Dei, two highly motivated death-defying sextagenarians who enlist on John Jackson Nicholls’ four-part ‘Techniques of Street Art and Calligraffiti’ course at a local industrial estate super-art-mall.
Events take a disastrous turn after Dorys and Lyz join an equally fearless and militant mid-teenage four-piece punk-rap band and then experience an increasingly terrifying series of urban explorations in Chester, Birkenhead and Liverpool.
An audio cassette of non-ambient music for the novel entitled ‘Mediations’ is available from Chester Art Centre. The first edition of the Red Rinse Riot book can also be pre-ordered from Chester Art Centre.
In the coming months, we at The Guide Cheshire will have a chance to meet the artists and bring back to our reader’s first-hand information about what is happening in the world of art in Cheshire and what to expect in the next few months.