Belle Vue is an area of Gorton, in the city of Manchester, England. It lies in the eastern part of the city, close to its boundary with Tameside, and is bordered by the Hope Valley Line on the east and the Glossop Line on the west. It is known for the former Belle Vue Zoological Gardens and the Belle Vue Stadium.Belle Vue is part of the electoral ward of Gorton North.Belle Vue railway station lies on the Hope Valley Line.For many years there was a zoo and amusement park, with an annual circus. The zoo was opened in 1836. It occupied a 96-acre site and at the height of its popularity attracted 2,000,000 visitors annually. It was eventually closed in the 1970s due to mounting debts. The park was later closed in 1982. Later the location was used for professional wrestling.IndustryIn 1897, the machine tool manufacturer Kendall and Gent opened the Victoria Works. The company closed down in the late 1960s.
I draw art for people at request. The furthest I will travel is Liverpool.
Basic picture: £30 Different travel rates will apply for a large distance. Ask about the total cost before I start the product.
Portraits: £45 Different travel rates will apply for a large distance. Ask about the total cost before I start the product.
Wall Decoration: £70 In Manchester. Different travel rates will apply for a large distance. Ask about the total cost before I start the product.
Tattoo designs: £50 large.
Small: £10 Different travel rates will apply for a large distance. Ask about the total cost before I start the product.
Book cover designs: £45
CD Album arts: £20
Posters: Small £10
T-shirt Designs: £20, if my supplies are used up on this picture there will be a £15 charge for my materials expenses.
Phone cover: £15
Cards (any kind, e.g. Playing cards, birthday cards) : £5.50 for any type.
Photoshop requests: Price varies depending on picture size.
Bag art: Price varies depending on type of bag.
Shoe art: Price depends on shoe type.
Badge art £5 for 3 badges
Cup and glass designs: £35
Flipbook: Small (50 pages) 50p
Medium (70-80 pages): £1.25
Large: (A5 100 pages): £5
3D Drawings: Normal £20
Graffiti art: £40
Cartoon Art: £15-20
Designs on wood (ask if you want to know more)
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Designed by acclaimed architect EW Pugin for the Franciscan Order, the Church and Friary were the hub of the local community until the 1970s when housing clearances removed much of the congregation. Abandoned by the Friars in 1989 the buildings became derelict, prey to thieves and vandals, until a campaign was started to try and save them. The Monastery is now owned and operated by the Charitable Trust that raised over £9.5m to restore the buildings and return them to their rightful place at the heart of the local and wider communities.
STARZ IN GORTON
Starz is a great way for your child to build confidence whilst learning new and exciting things each week.
We learn different styles of dance to all there favourite music and more.
We learn different songs to sing from well known movies and musicals in a group session.
We learn how to build confidence through the fun drama based games.
Children learn to Interact with each other, learn cool new routines and explore different songs each week in Starz.
Its a great place to meet new friends, build confidence and keep active.
The Space Project is the new purpose built production stage complex for the North of England.
Based in Manchester, the 360,000 sq ft site in Gorton is 5 minutes east from the heart of the city.
With more than 55,000 sq. ft. of high spec studio space plus purpose designed dressing and make up facilities, laundry, prop storage / workshops and extensive parking. All backed up with hi speed connectivity and 24/7 security.
The building has flexible office space for short and long term production rentals as well as onsite catering.
Gorton Visual Arts has been creating artwork in and around Gorton and Manchester since 2006. We meet once a week at the The Aviary Communirty Rooms in Debdale Park Hyde Road Gorton. The group is made up of 18 local residents and Lead Artist Ian McKay.
By involving elderly residents, vulnerable adults and residents with learning difficulties, in a safe studio environment Our Projects are created to contain a strong element of Outreach sessions
delivered to a wide range of all aspects of the Community.
Gorton Visual Arts objective is to develop new artistic skills for the group members who are encouraged to share these new skills with individuals and groups within the
Community.These opportunities for all residents take place at the groups studio and in exterior venues such as Gorton Monastery and Gorton Market.
Presently the group as worked with the following groups
Rainbow Haven Asylum Seekers Group
Young at Heart Art Group
Cedar Mount High School
St Francis Primary School
St James Primary School
Residents of Thomas Regan Court
Residents of Patrick Roddy Court
Young People from the Gorton Community
Gorton Local History Group
Gorton visual arts actively promote social cohesion and inclusion through the arts. We have worked on some fantastic projects including the Belle Vue Mosaic at Gorton Market , Manchester’s Library Theatre and more Recently on the Whit Walks Project with Manchester’s Museum of Science and Industry.
If you are interested in taking part please email us at [email protected]
Chips is a residential apartment building, alongside the Ashton Canal, in New Islington, Manchester, England. Historically part of Ancoats, the building is part of an urban renewal project in east Manchester which has been led by Urban Splash.Chips consists of eight-stories and was designed by Will Alsop. Tom Bloxham of Urban Splash requested a building away from "mudanity" and came up with Chips with Alsop.BackgroundChips is part of the New Islington regeneration project east of Manchester city centre.
We are music video makers who create videos with bright ideas, slick visuals and bags of mood.
Each project is serious, yet fun – right from the off we develop a concise and structured project from start to finish, ensuring we have the broadcast quality and slick execution to a tee.
Our number one aim is to be “distinctive”. We approach every project with a unique, fresh viewpoint. We tailor the best out of your image into a bang-on visual feast, using our craft to innovate and experiment to new heights of creativity and originality.
With an experienced young team at your disposal, you can be guaranteed a music video production which hits all the right notes – current, fascinating and stylish.
If its not a music video you are after, we will probably do that too.
See you on set!
Team Video Ink
Established in 1994, Comme Ca Art pioneered the creation of alternative exhibition venues throughout Manchester City Centre, offering up and coming artists the opportunity to showcase their works to a wide and varied audience.
Many of the artists who have worked with Comme Ca exhibit their works throughout the world. Most notably the USA, Asia and Europe.
Over the years, Comme Ca has worked on a number of projects including, The Comme Ca Art Prize in 2003, awarding £10,000 to Paul Rooney, whose work was deemed to encapsulate the essence of what was being created in the North of England. Judging panel included the Turner Prize winning artist Chris Ofili, Lewis Biggs, Director of Liverpool Biennal, Sune Nordgren, director of Baltic and Carol Maund, director of Site Gallery.
One week after Comme Ca Art prize we launched Comme Ca NYC, a 3,500 sq ft ground floor gallery space in Manhattan’s Chelsea district. From 2003-2004, we exhibited Manchester based artists, putting them on an international footing in one of the world’s most prestigious gallery areas.
Since 2004 we have worked alongside the five star Lowry Hotel, producing an enviable line up of exhibitions. This has become Comme Ca’s main exhibition space where people from all over the world can view the works on display 24 hours a day. Many of the works have been bought from the shows and are now on display in private homes as far a field as Iceland, the USA and Australia.
In autumn 2015 CCA opened the doors to the brand new CCA GALLERY at Hope Mill in Ancoats, Manchester.
As well as working on an enviable Exhibition Programme, the space will also be used for Meet the Artist Brunches, Pre-Preview Viewings and Artists in Residence.
Sportcity Regional Athletics ArenaDistance: 0.0 miTourist Information Eastlands Manchester, M11
Truman Keeling StudiosDistance: 0.4 miTourist Information Unit 31, Wellington House, Pollard Street East Manchester, M40 7FS
To Book onto a course visit our store: www.trumankeelingstudios.bigcartel.com
For more information visit: http://michellekeelingglass.com/workshops/introduction-to-glass-fusing-workshops/
or Email us: [email protected]
Truman Keeling Studios is the creative base of glass artists Gemma Truman and Michelle Keeling.
The Masters Organisation was set up to provide World class events for riders over 35 years old outside those chosen by their National Federations. It is also intended to allow riders to compete at such as World level for as long as they wish to remain competitive and increase participation in their respective age groups.
We are an entirely self-funded non-profit making body and receive no support from any NGB or other sporting organisation of Great Britain.
Despite this we have a proven track (no pun intended) or providing high class events, something which the UCI pointed out this year when they agreed to at the World Masters Track Championships should remain in Great Britain until 2016 at the earliest.
We are sure that 2013 will be as well supported as 2011 when the event returned to Manchester for the first time since 2006.
Local Business Near Sportscity Manchester Regional Arena
GreaterSport and the Greater Manchester Sports Partnership are part of Changing Lives which has the power to impact upon the life of every adult, child and new born in Greater Manchester in the run up to and in the years following the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.