This page from Montague Terrace’s The Shipping Forecast is currently on exhibition at Southampton Solent University until this Sunday 20th as part of their Float exhibition, alongside a host of other water themed artwork coinciding with the annual boat show.
If you’re ‘in town’, the exhibition is at Solent’s East Park Terrace Campus and its Below Bar Space.
Concourse Gallery, Southampton Solent University, East Park Terrace, Southampton SO14 0YN from 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.
Below Bar Space, Southampton Solent University, Floor 2, 9 Castle Way Southampton SO14 2BX, 9am-6pm, Monday to Friday and 9am-1pm Saturdays.
All artworks on show are also available for sale at the Solent online shop here.
A little late to advertise this for the opening I know, but for all of you out there who don’t know by now, my adopted MA show Montague Terrace, is now featured alongside work by Dave McKean, Adam Dant and Daniel Merlin Goodbrey as part of the Hypercomics exhibition at the excellent Pump House gallery in Battersea Park, London, curated by Paul Gravett and Nick Kalpony.
Four comic artists all trying out something different within and outside the medium.
Admission is free and the show runs until the 26th of September.
There’s also an ipad ap coming out soon and a mini site to compliment the show.
You can see the latest instalment from Montague Terrace, The Shipping Forecast, in full and online at Act-i-vate Comix now.
Actually, I’ll be appearing on the Greg James drivetime show on Radio 1 this afternoon drawing DJ Greg as a superhero. Expect saggy spandex and alterno, bizarro superhero reinterpretation as I do my best Rolf Harris impersonation for the masses
Here’s a link to the interview me and Gary did for Newsarama’s Chris Arrant recently http://www.newsarama.com/comics/040914-Pleece-Montague.html
And while we’re at it, a link to the latest instalment from Montague Terrace
If you haven’t been following the series yet, you can catch up anytime at Act-i-vate Comix and check out all the other gems at the same time.
Probably the best film I saw last year. Brilliantly realised, haunting and poignant and, considering what’s been happening in Gaza recently, pretty darn relevant to anyone with a morsel of humanity left in them.
And on the subject of puppeteers, an excellent exhibition by my favourite animators right on our own doorstep at Brighton University, Grand Parade. Here’s a link to the various film showings as part of Cinecity’s current programme.