Alcohol largely untouched at art exhibition opening shock.

Must check out this exhibition!

Chapel Street Community Arts

I’m working on my tabloid headlines.

What a sober bunch we all are. With the exception of an exhibition of school pupils work, every art launch I’ve ever been to been to has ended up a bit messy due to the punters taking full advantage of the ‘free’ alcohol. However, the ‘not from concentrate’ juice was by far the favourite at our launch last Friday afternoon. I’m pretty sure I spied a couple of the artists having a glass of wine mind you, which you might say is unsurprising.

Despite the lack of alcohol consumed, the event was a great success, and we shared out the remaining buffet in the pub afterwards.

Congratulations to everyone involved.

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The exhibition entitled Chapel Street Then and Now is viewable at Salford Museum and Art Gallery until 12th October 2014.

Exhibition Info;
Manchester visual artist Ian Mckay and four community arts groups have been…

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