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ACT Group International Artists Exhibition

P Spowage Art Gallery, 2 Byard Lane, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 2GJ
ACT Group International Artists Exhibition

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Friday 21st - Saturday 29th April 2017

P Spowage Art Gallery

Beeston organisation, Art-Culture-Tourism (ACT), is holding its second international art exhibition at the P Spowage Art Gallery.

The solo exhibition by international fine art landscape photographer, Mike Lindtner, is continuing until Thursday 20th April at the P Spowage Art Gallery, 2 Byard Lane, Nottingham NG1 2GJ.   

Some of Mike Lindtner's works, and copies of his newly launched coffee table book ‘OUT THERE’, will be joined by a group exhibition of seven other international artists -  Joe Ganech (Belgium), Theresa Moynes (Ireland), Angelos Mavraidis (Greece), Sara Gaynor (UK), Rand Heidinger (Canada), Christine Zion (Canada) and Marcus Gilmore (UK) – with the opening preview event starting Friday 21st from 6pm and exhibition running until Saturday 29th April.

Marcus Gilmore is from Nottingham and is currently studying for a Foundation Degree in Graphic Design at New College Nottingham (NCN).

Find out more at www.artculturetourism.co.uk/

ACT was founded by Marysia Zipser in 2013, a 65-year-old entrepreneur originally from West Bridgford but now living in Beeston.

ACT's aim is to put Beeston on the international art and culture map but Marysia's work has grown to see her become a leading force for the arts and culture throughout Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

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