It’s March, it’s a new month and consequently a new Blue Marlin network calendar. We’ve hand picked a few events taking place in our network to keep you busy ’til the Easter Bunny gets his act together.
1. Kenectica: An art fair focused on kinetic, electronic, robotic, sound, light, time-based and multi-disciplinary new media art, science and technology. More info here.
2. Is there life on other planets? you can weigh up all the evidence at the Alien Revolution exhibition in Greenwich this month.
1. Watch in awe this month as a pair mechanical cranes alight and transform into real birds on Artillery Avenue. The recurring spectacle is completely free to attend. Moe info here.
2. Artists hang found objects, toys and instruments from the ceiling for the Mosaic Music festival. Audience members are invited to come forward and use the instruments to tell their story through music. Info here.
1. Take selected architecture walks through Sydney this month. If you think you know Sydney, think again. Tours start at the Museum of Sydney. Info here.
2. Christie Torrington’s MACROSCOPE exhibition running ’til the 16th invites viewers to be taken into a crystal realm. Her illustrative drawings take inspiration from minerals, geology and crystallography. Info here.
1. Sleep No More is immersive theatre at its very best. Innovative immersive theatre company Punchdrunk are behind this show which will see the audience wonder from one room to the next in 100,000 square feet of warehouse and create their own story. No two experiences are the same. Info here.
2. From March 7th – 10th it’s the New City Art Fair. The fair, which focuses on Japanese Contemporary Art takes place at the hpgrp gallery in Chelsea. Info here.
1. From March 14th ’til the 24th its the Bath Digital Festival. Bath has a fast-growing digital sector, and the Festival has been developed to allow members of the public to explore the city’s thriving digital scene and to get involved in a variety of interesting projects. Info here.
2. Running until the 10th is the Bath Literature Festival. The event has established itself as one of the UK’s most respected literary events, presenting the best in local, national and international writers in venues throughout Bath’s vibrant city centre. 2013′s programme is brimming with some of the greatest names in contemporary fiction today. The programme even includes a public appearance from J.K Rowling. More info here.
2. Head to M Shed in Bristol for an exhibition all about Chocolate! Feast your eyes on choccy packaging of days gone by in this remarkable display. We don’t recommend eating anything over 250 years old – could taste a little funky. Running all month. More details here.