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This gallery contains photos from the launch of Portrait of Hockley, St Anns and Sneinton, the new exhibition from Nottingham based artist Mik Godley, on the 1st of April 2015.
The event featured fantastic performances by young musicians from Community Recording Studio (CRS). Ar Mulah sang two of his singles, followed by brilliant 11-year old rapper Kai and an acoustic set from the superb Summer & Tammy. Buy Ar Mulah’s latest single ‘Millionaire’ on iTunes.
Commissioned by arts charity City Arts (Nottingham) and the city’s Creative Quarter, the exhibition comprises a series of portraits, created using the iPad application ‘Brushes’, that show the vibrancy and diversity of Hockley, St Anns and Sneinton. People drawn for the exhibition include participants and workers at the Community Recording Studio, the congregation of St Anns’ Emmanuelle Church, visitors to the Greenway Community Centre and members of the Sneinton Tenants and Residents Association.
The exhibition will be displayed in the City Arts’ window from the 1st to the 17th of April. It has been feature on BBC East Midlands Today, Radio Nottingham, NottsTV and in the Nottingham Post.