Native Manchester and Ducie Street Warehouse are presenting the HEADS photo exhibition, which will feature portraits of 30 creative individuals in Manchester. These photos will be showcased at the towering Atrium in Native Manchester for a limited time only, open to the public Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd July, from 11am until 7pm – priced at £5 per entry.
HEADS is the brainchild of Keenan Bettany and Liam Heeley, the two young and passionate creatives have been friends for a few years. Both budding photographers in Manchester, with Liam Heeley’s work includes photographing the likes of Floyd Mayweather, the two discussed about the incredible talent Manchester and the North have. Following this discussion, Keenan and Liam feel the need to shine a light on the city’s creative scenes and its individuals who all have contributed to making Manchester one of the greatest creative cities in the world.
Presenting an exhibition of truly Northern talent, Keenan and Liam will also launch HEADS magazine which will be available at the exhibition, bookshops UNITOM and Village, and online at www.headsmag.com – priced at £20.
The exhibition will give Manchester a platform to showcase its creative capabilities as a collective regionally and nationally. HEADS hopes to reignite the flame in the city and inspire the wider communities.
HEADS will showcase 30 creative individuals – announced below. The photo exhibition is available to view for a limited time only at the Atrium in Native Manchester, on Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd July, from 11am until 7pm. DJ and presenter Chaise Simon will be taking over the decks on Friday 1st July from 4pm onwards on the ground floor from Native Manchester, at the destination hub Ducie Street Warehouse.
Priced at £5 per entry, tickets on sale here: www.skiddle.com/e/36111392.