Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Alice Bradshaw Artist in Residence at Brighouse Household Waste Recycling Centre for Brighouse Festival 2018

Museum of Contemporary Rubbish director Alice Bradshaw is Brighouse Arts Festival 2018's artist in residence and will be based at Brighouse Household Waste Recycling Centre researching and undertaking Rubbish Conversations, culminating in a public performance on site on Thursday 11th October at 1pm.

https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/whats-on/brighouse/brighouse-household-waste-recycling-centre/alice-bradshaw-guided-tour

The Guided Tour will be a performative walking tour of the Brighouse Household Waste Recycling Centre on Atlas Mill Road in Brighouse. Free to attend, booking recommended but not essential. The tour will start at 1pm, please be prompt as safety is important on site. Audience will be at own risk.

Alice will also hold an exhibition at (venue tbc) for the duration of the festival.


http://www.brighouseartsfestival.co.uk/alice-bradshaw-guided-tour/

Monday, 1 June 2015

Woodhouse Ridge Festival, Hyde Park, Leeds, 05/07/15

Museum of Contemporary Rubbish is participating in Woodhouse Ridge Festival in collaboration with Flora Hochrein of the University of Leeds.

Postcards of selected items from the Leeds Collection will be available for visitors.


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Flora says: "Waste is one of the most pressing issues today. Particularly plastic waste poses many threats to our environment. Currently, only 12% of waste is recycled and plastic products are still consumed excessively. When walking through Woodhouse Moor after a sunny day, waste issues and careless attitudes become very apparent.

This is why I have developed a research project as part of my Masters thesis, targeting this issue and sparking a dialogue about waste and sustainability. The project aims to raise awareness for local and global waste issues. Using art as a medium of universal communication, the goal is to deliver issues to a diverse range of people, and make sustainability engaging and relatable."

Sunday, 16 March 2014

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Rubbish Conversations #1

Thank you to everyone who made it to the opening of the new Museum of Contemporary Rubbish exhibition.


Lots of Rubbish Conversations were held varying from the price of scrap, value systems, recycling to the specifics about my work.

A couple of people said the Rubbish Conversations element made the show for them and they enjoyed talking to me about my work and rubbish in general which was really great to hear.


It's possible that I'll go back and talk to a group of students at a later date during the show which could also be opened up to the public too for Rubbish Conversations #2.

Friday, 7 March 2014

Rubbish Conversations in Blackpool


Rubbish Conversations

Friday 14 March 2014, 6-8pm

Venn Projects, FYCreatives, 154-158 Church Street, Blackpool, FY1 3PS 





Join Alice Bradshaw for Rubbish Conversations at the opening of the new Museum of Contemporary Rubbish exhibition at Venn Projects, Blackpool, on Friday 14 March 6-8pm.

Rubbish Conversations is a platform specifically designed to facilitate talking rubbish, with complimentary refreshments available.

Guests can drop in at any time over the course of the evening to contribute on any topic concerning crap, debris, detritus, dirt, discards, garbage, junk, leftovers, litter, refuse, rejects, remains, rubbish, ruins, scrap, shit, shreds, trash and waste.

Alice has recently been talking rubbish with Antique's Roadshow's Lars Tharp at the The Hepworth, Wakefield as well as previous interviews with several artists working with rubbish, discards and detritus.

Further information can be found on Alice's Artists Talking Rubbish blog http://www.a-n.co.uk/artists_talking/projects/single/2334120

Thursday, 27 February 2014

Museum of Contemporary Rubbish at Venn Projects, Blackpool

Museum of Contemporary Rubbish has been invited to show at Venn Projects in Blackpool. The MoCR has made a Blackpool Collection for this exhibition, available as postcards, which feature alongside the Rubbish video documenting over 500 items in Collections from all over the UK, Germany, Italy, the US and Cuba.

The newly published Rubbish Newspaper will also available at the exhibition.

Preview: Friday 14 March 6-8pm
Exhibition continues until 7 April 2014.
Gallery opening times: 9:30am-4:30pm Mon/Weds/Fri

Venn Projects, FYCreatives, 154-158 Church Street, Blackpool, FY1 3PS

Rubbish Newspaper Launched at Supermarket Art Fair, Stockholm, February 2014



Alice Bradshaw has published a Rubbish Newspaper for her practice based MA by Research at the University of Huddersfield. She launched Rubbish and other Crap, Debris, Detritus, Dirt, Discards, Garbage, Junk, Leftovers, Litter, Refuse, Rejects, Remains, Ruins, Scrap, Shit, Shreds, Trash and Waste at Supermarket Art Fair in Stockholm with Paper Gallery in February and it will also be available at the upcoming Museum of Contemporary Rubbish exhibition at Venn Projects in Blackpool, previewing 14 March 2014.

The newspaper is available to download as a pdf (32.4MB) http://bit.ly/rubbishnewspaper2014 and feedback/reviews are invited.