MojoLife is delighted to be hosting a visiting art exhibition in their office space at 64 Bridge Street. The collection of 10 original paintings by Manchester artist Paul Brotherton can be enjoyed by MojoLife and Clerksroom clients in their meeting and training rooms. Aptly named ‘Let’s Meet in the City’ the collection celebrates city meeting place in Manchester and London will be at 64 Bridge Street until 31 March 2012. Viewings can also be arranged by private appointment and a series of open evenings will also provide further opportunity to view this unique artwork.
Paul Brotherton is a practicing Visual Artist based in Manchester. His paintings and drawings have been exhibited widely in solo and group exhibitions, in venues that include The Royal College of Art London, Sunderland Museum, MICC:G-MEX, the Turnpike Gallery, the Lennox Gallery London, the Blyth Gallery Manchester and The Chelsea Gallery London. Paul is also a qualified post-16 Lecturer, with teaching projects that currently include workshops for Manchester Art Gallery Friends and the Turnpike Gallery (Wigan Leisure & Culture Trust). For his ongoing series of abstract canvasses, during 2012 Paul will be represented by Agora Gallery (New York, USA).
Paul Brotherton’s collection of art work is the first to be exhibited at 64 Bridge Street in association with MojoLife. Sara Knowles, Managing Director of MojoLife says, ‘It has long been my ambition to connect the arts, business and education at a learning hub in Manchester. Paul’s visiting exhibition is an exciting development that adds new interest and verve to our space at 64 Bridge Street. The introduction of original art work to our space will enhance the experience of our clients, visitors and staff as well as provide artists with a platform to introduce their work to new audiences’.
The training and meeting rooms at MojoLife 64 Bridge Street can be hired hourly or daily and provide an ideal city centre location for meetings, training, coaching and hot-desking.
Further information about Paul Brotherton and his work can be found here.
5.45pm-6.15pm Arrival, drinks (wine & soft drinks), gallery viewing and networking
6.15pm-7.00pm Artist Paul Brotherton is interviewed in front of live audience by Andrew Thorp
7.00pm-7.15 pm Audience Questions and Answers
7.15pm-8.00pm Further opportunity to meet Paul Brotherton, view the galleries and network.
(free of charge but limited so please book early)