The Lowry has invited the Everyday People participants back to The Lowry Galleries on Saturday to pick up their reward for taking part – a limited edition Spencer Tunick print!
From 11am – 5pm participants will be able to drop into the Galleries to collect their print which is still open to the general public as normal. Kate, Emily and Michael who make up the creative exhibitions team at The Lowry will be on hand throughout the day to answer any questions about the exhibition and the large scale processes involved in making it happen.
At 3pm Michael Simpson, Head of Visual Arts and Engagement, will give a free tour of the exhibition.
Throughout this process we’ve been interested in finding out the public perception surrounding Spencer Tunick’s work, what drives people to take part, how does it make them feel and what do they think of the art on display? We’ve tried to document as much of this within the Everyday People website.
But we want more, so keep your reviews and opinions coming in by entering our ‘art critic’ competition. Up for grabs is an Everyday People exhibition DVD, a copy of Philip Carr-Gomm’s book, A brief history of Nakedness , and a bottle of Champagne. The competition’s open till Fri 10 September and the winner will be announced at The Naked Debate on Wed 15 September.
Full competition rules and details of how you can enter can be found on the Creative Tourist website here.
We hope you can join us this weekend to celebrate with the participants and best of look to all you budding critics!
The Lowry’s Galleries Team
Everyday People: Spencer Tunick at The Lowry.
See Spencer Tunick’s compelling photographs and documentary film in this truly unmissable exhibition, only at The Lowry, Sat 12 June – Sun 26 September 2010.