Cognitive collaboration group exhibition opening @ ArtceteraStudio, Belfast [19 May]

Cognitive collaboration group exhibition opening


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19
May
20:00 - 23:00

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ArtceteraStudio
43b Rosemary street, BT1 1QB Belfast, United Kingdom
ArtCetera Studio is delighted to host «cognitive collaboration» a group artist exhibition by Conor Brady Stephen, Downey and John McFarlane. The show will run from the Friday the 19th of may for one week. Opening night will feature an acoustic set from «The Vibes» and music from Dj Dane. It's a BYO event. A 5£ Donation will be greatly appreciated in support of the artists and the venue.
Doors open 8pm. all welcome.

The artists:

Conor Brady is a young up and coming artist from Belfast. Conor's work includes imagery from his imagination and artwork based on popular culture with a science fiction twist.

Stephen Downey is a comic book artist, illustrator and game designer. He has worked with 343/Microsoft, Lionsgate, Electronic Arts/Firebrand, Titan/Dreamworks and more to bring his artwork to the masses. He is the co-creator and artist of graphic novels Cancertown and Slaughterman's Creed and worked on properties such as Halo, How to Train Your Dragon, Flash Gordon, Turok and Need for Speed. His comic book Jennifer Wilde was nominated for an Eagle Award in 2012.

John McFarlane is a comic book artist and trained animator, currently working as animation lead for Outsider Games. Partners and clients to date include Gamesradar, Giant Bomb, Uproar comics, Flophouse podcast and Atomic Diner. His artwork for the musical adventure game Wailing Heights was a finalist in the TIGA Visual Design category."
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