tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:/posts HAZARD 2018-01-15T17:25:37Z tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1070669 2016-07-07T17:51:12Z 2018-01-15T17:25:37Z Hazard 2016 - schedule and map

 So, if you really want the detail of Hazard 2016 - here's a sneaky schedule (it's paper-free on the day). Big caveats - this is a plan only... the city centre is unpredictable, as is the weather, so the plan may well go out of the window! 

Our advice is probably to 'go with the flow' - we will be! 


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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/1013517 2016-03-14T17:11:34Z 2016-03-14T17:11:34Z Hazard 2016 - taking to the streets... call for proposals

Hazard 2016 – Saturday 9 July – Manchester City Centre


Produced by hÅb and presented by Word of Warning, in collaboration with the participating artists

Proposals are now invited for Hazard 2016 (Deadline Friday 22 April, 5pm):


A micro-festival of incidental intervention and sited performance, blurring the boundaries between art and activism… cheeky, thought-provoking and sometimes raunchy sprees of eccentricity…


Manchester’s unique micro-festival of all things bizarre and stripy returns for its fifth outing, and invites you to join in with its strange antics and ludic(rous) activities. So far we’ve wrapped Cathedral Gardens in fluttering hazard tape, hosted the world's slowest fairground ride, moved the goalposts (literally) and witnessed breastfeeding in a shop window  – oh, and conducted a hoola-hoopathon; The Larks had the public riddling, racing and chasing as urban archaeologists and private investigators, injecting mass gaming into St Ann’s Square and beyond. To date Hazard has produced five micro-festivals of sited performance and intervention – nearly 100 artists have taken to the streets of Manchester including: Action Hero, Alex Bradley, Nicola Hunter Canavan, Kris Canavan, Jordan Mackenzie, Juliann O’Malley, Katherina Radeva, Michael Pinchbeck, Richard DeDomenici, Shahram Entekhabi + the vacuum cleaner.


For a glimpse of previous outbreaks of hazardous behaviour see here. 

Think big, think bright, think irreverent!

Call for Proposals:


Once again we are using St. Ann’s Square as our focal hub, with projects happening in, or radiating out from there.


We are now looking for proposals of work for a daytime event (Sat 9 July, 12noon-5pm) in Manchester City Centre:

• work that intervenes in public spaces in the city centre;

• work that is socially engaged, and/or conceptually motivated;

• work that is low- or no-tech and self-sufficient;

• work that is interactive and playful – which could mean anything from street/urban/pervasive games to playful spectacles;

• we will give bonus points for creative engagement with the idea of hazard – chance, danger, risk, and/or use of yellow+black tape! 


In addition to the general call for proposals of work, there are also a number of specific opportunities: 

• one commission (small budget c£1000) for a focal work embodying the notion of Hazard, which draws attention to the event;

• ideas for flash-mobs and/or mass participation interventions;

• work that is playful/interactive/participatory (both games and more loose formats welcome).


Hazard will be programmed by Tamsin Drury of hÅb. We will select from proposals from this call and other research, to put together the best possible programme of work for the event. There are no fixed criteria aside from the guidelines above and the feasibility/legality of the ideas for realisation in the public domain.


Honorarium/expenses (£2-300 per piece) available, to be negotiated on an individual basis. Please include outline budget with your proposal. For projects needing significantly more money, please contact hazard@habarts.org to talk it through first.

To apply

Please complete the proposal form (and the monitoring form too if you can bear it!)

Direct links: 

Proposal form:   https://habarts.wufoo.com/forms/hazard-2016-proposal-form/ 
Monitoring form: https://habarts.wufoo.com/forms/hab-monitoring-form/

It would be great if you could send us a link to video of your work – either things you’ve done in the past – or a mock-up or pitch of what you’re planning! Put your own YouTube/Vimeo etc link into the form and/or send via wetransfer.com to hazard@habarts.org or by post to hÅb, c/o Zion Arts Centre, 335 Stretford Road, Manchester, M15 5ZA

Deadline: Friday 22 April 2016, 5pm

The small print:
•    pieces must be the artist's own, original work;
•    the artist must hold copyright/ownership of the piece and materials included;  
•    artists must conform with statutory and local authority rules concerning health and safety, obscenity and defamation and any other licensing conditions imposed;
•    Equal Opportunities will be employed in the selection and programming of this platform.

*NB: The forms must be completed at one sitting (you can't save and return later) so please copy and paste the longer elements from another document.

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/670552 2014-04-01T18:13:17Z 2014-04-01T18:13:17Z Hazard 2014 - the hit and run of sited festivals - call for proposals.

Hazard 2014 – Saturday 12 July – Manchester City Centre


Presented by Word of Warning, produced by hÅb + The Larks in collaboration with the participating artists, a greenroom legacy project

Proposals are now invited for Hazard 2014 (Deadline Friday 16 May 2014, 6pm):


A micro-festival of incidental intervention and sited performance, blurring the boundaries between art and activism… cheeky, thought-provoking and sometimes raunchy sprees of eccentricity…


Manchester’s unique micro-festival of all things bizarre and stripy returns for its fifth outing, and invites you to join in with its strange antics and ludic(rous) activities. So far we’ve wrapped Cathedral Gardens in fluttering hazard tape, pitted together a lion and a unicorn, moved the goalposts (literally) and witnessed flat packed children take over streets of Manchester – oh, and conducted a hoola-hoopathon; The Larks had the public riddling, racing and chasing as urban archaeologists and private investigators, injecting mass gaming into St Ann’s Square and beyond. To date Hazard has produced four micro-festivals of sited performance and intervention – over 80 artists have taken to the streets of Manchester including: Action Hero, Alex Bradley, Jordan Mackenzie, Juliann O’Malley, Katherina Radeva, Michael Pinchbeck, Richard DeDomenici, Shahram Entekhabi + the vacuum cleaner.


For a glimpse of previous outbreaks of hazardous behaviour see here.

In 2014 we are seeking to do it all again, once more incorporating playful interjections from The Larks.  

Think big, think bright, think irreverent!

Call for Proposals:


This year we are using St. Ann’s Square as our focal hub again, with projects happening in, or radiating out from there.


We are now looking for proposals of work for a daytime event (Sat 12 July, 12noon-5pm) in Manchester City Centre:

• work that intervenes in public spaces in the city centre;

• work that is socially engaged, and/or conceptually motivated;

• work that is low- or no-tech and self-sufficient;

• work that is interactive and playful – which could mean anything from street/urban/pervasive games to playful spectacles;

• we will give bonus points for creative engagement with the idea of hazard – chance, danger, risk, and/or use of yellow+black tape! 

In addition to the general call for proposals of work, there are also a number of specific opportunities: 

• one commission (small budget) for a ‘launch’ embodying the notion of Hazard, which focuses on and draws attention to the event;

• ideas for flash-mobs and/or mass participation interventions;

• work that is playful/interactive/participatory (both games and more loose formats welcome).


Hazard will be programmed by Tamsin Drury of hÅb, with The Larks team focusing on interactive/play-based work. We will select from proposals from this call and other research, to put together the best possible programme of work for the event. There are no fixed criteria aside from the guidelines above and the feasibility/legality of the ideas for realisation in the public domain.


Honorarium/expenses (£2-300 per piece) available, to be negotiated on an individual basis. Please include outline budget with your proposal. For projects needing significantly more money, please contact hazard@habarts.org to talk it through first.

To apply

Please complete the proposal form (and the monitoring form too if you can bear it!)

A couple of people seem to be having problems with the links so the direct ones are: 

Proposal form:    http://habarts.wufoo.eu/forms/hazard-2014-proposal-form

Monitoring form: https://habarts.wufoo.eu/forms/hab-monitoring-form/

It would be great if you could send us a link to video of your work – either things you’ve done in the past – or a mock-up or pitch of what you’re planning!

Deadline: Friday 16 May 2014, 6pm

The small print:
•    pieces must be the artist's own, original work;
•    the artist must hold copyright/ownership of the piece and materials included;  
•    artists must conform with statutory and local authority rules concerning health and safety, obscenity and defamation and any other licensing conditions imposed;
•    Equal Opportunities will be employed in the selection and programming of this platform.

To apply:

This year we are piloting a new online proposal form, we would appreciate it if everyone could use it, but if you have significant difficulties, contact hazard@habarts.org

1.    Fill-in and submit the proposal* (http://habarts.wufoo.eu/forms/hazard-2014-proposal-form) + monitoring forms* (http://habarts.wufoo.eu/forms/hab-monitoring-form)
2.    Send photos and supporting material by email to hazard@habarts.org or by post to hÅb, c/o Zion Arts Centre, 335 Stretford Road, Manchester, M15 5ZA
3. If you have some video for us – put your own YouTube/Vimeo etc link into the form and/or send via wetransfer.com to hazard@habarts.org

*NB: The forms must be completed at one sitting (you can't save and return later) so please copy and paste the longer elements from another document.

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173557 2012-07-21T12:50:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z We have lift off #hazardmcr

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173564 2012-07-11T13:39:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z Hazard 2012 programme on line at hazardmcr.org

Word of Warning presents

Hazard 2012
Saturday 21 July 2012, 12-5pm
St Ann's Square, Manchester  FREE
Manchester's micro-festival of sited intervention.
hazardmcr.org     @hazardmcr      #hazardmcr    

Sneaking up on you from behind a bus, Manchester’s stripiest festival returns to unleash its fourth wave of bizarre behaviour on the city centre.

In this year of all things Games, get fit in the hula-hoopathon, see the goal posts shifting, or take a soapbox tour from the Olympics to the End of the World.

See the world through teen eyes, locate a missing soldier, make your protest or join our flatpack Nottingham tourists on their summer holiday to the North West.

For just one day, Manchester’s St Ann’s Square becomes the hub for random actions, strange antics and ludic activities.

If you want to find us, look for the big red bus… or keep your eyes peeled for a flash of yellow and black - anywhere in the Square or beyond.

Guest bus programme from Hatch, Nottingham and pervasive gaming courtesy of Larkin' About  

A hÅb/Hatch/Larkin' About co-production

What's on (subject to change):
All Day (12-5pm)

Amelia Beavis-Harrison   Alex Bidolak   sean burn   Dangerous Times   Annette Foster   Gale-Feeny & Fishman   
The Gramophones   Martin Hamblen   Larkin' About   Lembrança UK   Liquid   Julieann O'Malley   Michael Pinchbeck Simon Raven   SHRUG   Nicola Smith   Harald Smykla

12-1pm

Jessica Mautner   Rachel Parry   Small Things   Zoo Indigo

1-2pm

Clare Cochrane   Tim Jeeves    Jessica Mautner   Rachel Parry   Katherina Radeva   Small Things   Zoo Indigo

2-3pm

Clare Cochrane   Rachel Parry   Tim Jeeves   Small Things

3-4pm

Bill Aitchison   Tim Jeeves   Jessica Mautner   Rachel Parry   Zoo Indigo

4-5pm

Jessica Mautner   Zoo Indigo

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173567 2012-06-21T17:13:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z Hazardmcr 21 July... programme coming soon... in the meantime some titbits!

Thanks to all those who sent us bizarre, bonkers or beautiful proposals!  Selection is now complete and we've been in touch with all those concerned.

We're just figuring out how much we can do and will be presenting the projects to all the various powers that be next week, ahead of being able to announce the programme.

Hot news is that the epicentre will be St Ann's Square, and we will be joined there, not only by long term collaborators Larkin' About, but also by Hatch, bringing a Summer Holiday party of artists from Nottingham on a vintage doubledecker...

Watch this space for more news soon!

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173570 2012-05-28T14:13:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z Final call for random sprees of eccentricity... HazardMcr deadline looms 31 May

See below for details

 

Proposal form:  http://lanb.it/mLFB

Monitoring form: http://lanb.it/Dg3n

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173574 2012-04-24T12:45:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z Hazard 2012 call for proposals - try these direct links..

A couple of people seem to be having problems with the links so the direct ones are: 

Proposal form:  http://lanb.it/mLFB

Monitoring form: http://lanb.it/Dg3n

 

We are also looking for generous people to help support the project – so if you can spare a fiver (or more!) please go to http://www.sponsume.com/project/hazard-2012

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173577 2012-04-13T13:12:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z Feeling hazardous...? The Hazard 2012 call for proposals is now open...

Proposals are now invited for Hazard 2012

Deadline 6pm Friday 31 May 2012:


Hazard 2012 – Saturday 21 July 2012 – Manchester City Centre
Presented by Word of Warning, produced by hÅb and Larkin’ About in collaboration with the participating artists, a greenroom legacy project.


A micro-festival of incidental intervention and sited performance, with a hint of mischief!  Chance encounters and random occurrences… cheeky, thought-provoking and sometimes raunchy sprees of eccentricity…


In a 2012 Britain, seemingly obsessed with the notion of games and playing, Manchester’s unique micro-festival of all things bizarre and mischievous returns for its fourth outing and is inviting you to come and play with the city… and to see if it will play along with you..!


So far we’ve wrapped Cathedral Gardens in fluttering hazard tape, given the image of banking a makeover, circumnavigated the city by canoe and created a wheelchair moonlanding… Look out for a flash of yellow and black to see what 2012 will bring…!


To date Hazard has produced three micro-festivals of sited performance and intervention - over 60 artists have taken to the streets of Manchester including: Action Hero, Alex Bradley, Angel Club North, Richard DeDomenici, Eggs Collective, Jordan McKenzie, Michael Pinchbeck, Mkultra, Shahram Entekhabi and the vacuum cleaner.


For a glimpse of previous city onslaughts see the quick links to the right of this window.


In 2012 we are seeking to do it all again, once more incorporating an outbreak of pervasive gaming courtesy of Larkin' About.


We are also looking for generous people to help support the project – so if you can spare a fiver (or more!) please click here.


CALL FOR PROPOSALS:


This year we are using St. Ann’s Square as our focal hub, with projects happening in, or radiating out from there.
We are now looking for proposals of work for a daytime event(12-5pm) in Manchester City Centre:

  • work that intervenes in public spaces in the city centre,
  • work that is socially engaged, and/or conceptually motivated,
  • work that is low or no-tech and self-sufficient
  • we will give bonus points for creative engagement with the idea of hazard - chance, danger, risk, and/or use of yellow and black tape!
  • In addition to the general call for proposals of work, there are also a number of specific opportunities:
  • One small commission/budget for a ‘launch’ event embodying the notion of Hazard and that focuses on and draws attention to the event.
  • Ideas for flashmobs or mass gaming interventions.


Hazard will be programmed by Tamsin Drury of hÅb, with gaming projects programmed with the Larkin’ About team. We will select from proposals from this call and other research, to put together the best possible programme of work for the event. There are no fixed criteria aside from the guidelines above and the feasibility/legality of the ideas for realisation in the public domain.


Honorarium/expenses (£2-300 per piece) available. To be negotiated on an individual basis. Please include outline budget with your proposal. For projects needing significantly more money, please contact hazard@habarts.org to talk it through first.


To apply
Please complete the proposal form (and the monitoring form too if you can bear it!)

A couple of people seem to be having problems with the links so the direct ones are: 

Proposal form:  http://lanb.it/mLFB

Monitoring form: http://lanb.it/Dg3n


It would be great if you could send us a link to video of your work – either things you’ve done in the past – or a mock-up or pitch of what you’re planning!


Deadline 6pm Friday 31 May 2012.

The small print:
•    pieces must be the artist's own, original work 
•    the artist must hold copyright/ownership of the piece and materials included 
•    artists must conform with statutory and local authority rules concerning health and safety, obscenity and defamation and any other licensing conditions imposed.
•    Equal Opportunities will be employed in the selection and programming of this platform.

To apply:
This year we are piloting a new online proposal form.  We would appreciate it if everyone could use it, but if you have significant difficulties, contact hazard@habarts.org for a .doc version.

1.    Fill-in and submit the proposal* (http://lanb.it/mLFB) & monitoring forms* (http://lanb.it/Dg3n)
2.    Send photos and supporting material by email to hazard@habarts.org or by post to hÅb, c/o Zion Arts Centre, 335 Stretford Road, Manchester, M15 5ZA

3. If you have some video for us – either put your own YouTube/Vimeo etc link into the form and/or upload to www.youtube.com/hazardmcr (log-in hazardmcr@gmail.com, password: randomsprees)

Closing Deadline 6pm Friday 31 May 2012

*nb: The forms must be completed at one sitting (you can't save and return later) so please copy and paste the longer elements from another document.]]>
tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173582 2012-04-13T12:51:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z Can you spare a fiver for some raunchy sprees of eccentricity...?!

Hazard is looking for very generous, and maybe slightly mischievous, people to support the 2012 event.  If you are minded to help this artistic incursion into Manchester City Centre - then have a look at our pitch at:

www.sponsume.com/project/hazard-2012

Every donation counts... and the top 'reward' is to join us in selecting one of the projects to be produced!

So if you've ever fancied being a part of playing with a city, here's your chance!

 

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173585 2012-04-11T13:51:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z HAZARD 2012 coming soon... 21 July Manchester City Centre

Watch this space for the Call for Proposals... very imininently!

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173587 2011-06-22T13:08:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z Fancy creating some 'Hazardous' behaviour in Chester? Final Call....UP THE WALL...
UP THE WALL - Call for proposals

Deadline: Thursday 30th June 2011

Chester Performs is now calling for proposals for sited works for this year’s Up the Wall, an evening festival of live art, intervention, installation and new media works.

Taking place for the first time around Chester’s Castle, we are looking for artists to take part by contributing work to the event, either through contextually relevant existing work or newly created site specific performances and installations. We are particularly interested in works which seek to explore our relationship with borders and identity, of how psychogeography, ancient and modern, affects the places in which we live and the cultures with which we associate. 

Taking the castle as site and starting point we welcome proposals for performance and live art, mapping (GPS and architectural) and signaling projects, tours and walks, projection and installation.

An integral part of Up the Wall is to provide a background for the region’s installation, visual, live and new media artists. It is suitable for established and emerging professional artists. We would very much like to encourage artists to work across art forms and provide a platform for collaborative work.

Up the Wall will take place Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd October 2011.

To download a full Artist’s Brief and Proposal form go to http://chesterperforms.com/Content/opportunities.aspx

Contact:   Amber Knipe, Programme Manager 
Chester Performs
55 - 57 Watergate Row South
Chester, Cheshire, CH1 2LE
Tel: 01244 409113
Fax: 01244 401697
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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173590 2011-05-24T16:10:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z #wsf Xmas lunch, the finale!

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173594 2011-05-24T16:10:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z #wsf Last days of greenroom, throwing caution to the wind!

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173599 2011-05-19T14:52:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z Memories of greenroom - Tweet #WSF with your perfect or poignant performance moments to help us build our memory bank for greenroom before it closes...

Hazard has been asked to pass on the following request from Helen Cole, Director of Inbetween Time Productions, who is creating a twitter memory bank for greenroom:

Tweet #WSF with your perfect or poignant performance moments to help us build our memory bank for greenroom before it closes... http://tiny.cc/jn4ud

"Hi there

 

I personally have spent many a delicious hour sitting in greenroom in Manchester. At pivotal early moments in my career that dank railway arch was the place in which I witnessed and participated in work that inspired and challenged me.  I personally am gutted that greenroom will soon be no more. In so many ways my life would not be the same without greenroom. 
So we are creating a modest tribute to this unique place. in these precious few remaining weeks before it sadly closes its doors we will start a new WE SEE FIREWORKS campaign. Please tweet #wsf your favourite moments of shows or any other crystal clear moments that have taken place at greenroom.  
Over the next few weeks, we will collect all of these memories and in its final moments we will embed them in the building before the doors close to the public for the last time on 4 June.  
We may shout the memories out. We may write them down. Either way we will leave them there forever.  

Helen Cole
Director
Inbetween Time Productions

Tweet #WSF with your perfect or poignant performance moments to help us build our memory bank for greenroom before it closes... http://tiny.cc/jn4ud
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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173602 2010-10-18T15:49:00Z 2018-01-15T08:48:53Z If you liked Hazard...Up the Wall looms large...

This Friday + Saturday, Chester will see an explosion of image and performance on and around the city's ancient walls and structures.Curated by hÅb, the driving force behind Hazard, take a journey to Chester to check it out.

7-9pm, Chester Roman Gardens - FREE

upthewall.posterous.com
www.chesterperforms.com/Content/Projects/UptheWall/UptheWall2010Programme.aspx

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173606 2010-10-06T17:40:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z HAZARD MMX new video online!

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173610 2010-07-30T13:40:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z Are you afraid of the devil? Be a hero THIS Saturday at No Format.‏

if you liked Larkin' About...

NO FORMAT by Doldrum Theatre

Saturday 31 July
3pm – 8pm

Audience depart greenroom at 10-minute intervals

Duration 60 minutes.
£4 / £3 (concessions)

Doldrum Theatre makes site specific theatre and interactive events around the north west of England. They like to create experiences, adventures and journeys for people. 

Some may have taken part in (or even unwittingly watched) their kidnap piece Killing Time on Chorlton Green during last year’s Not Part Of festival.  This summer Doldrum return with No Format, a computer game brought to life on the streets of Manchester for one day only…

Departing greenroom in groups of 3 the audience will encounter peculiar characters in unusual places who give them clues and set them tasks as the story unfolds…

 ‘Are you afraid of the devil?

A life-sized computer game spanning the city centre.

But you don’t need a computer. Just a map, a carrot and your wits about you.

Accept the quest to visit peculiar characters and help them locate their lost powers.

Find yourself in a parallel universe where time stands still and everyone is counting on you.

Become a hero. Restore order to the world.

Take on the devil himself.

Win back your soul.

No Format is suitable for children over 12 but they must be accompanied by an adult.  Call greenroom on 0161 615 0500 to book your time slot.  Slots available every ten minutes between 3pm and 8pm for groups of up to three.

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173615 2010-07-28T17:14:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z If you liked HAZARD and wished you'd been a part of it...

Then check out its older-sister: emergency - just as frantic, but this time under-cover! Still calling for proposals - deadline 6 August 2010, 6pm.

emergency2010
Friday 1 October 2010, from 5pm
Saturday 2 October 2010, from 12noon

For further information and to download forms: greenroomarts.org/emergency
Deadline Friday 6 August, 6pm

Now entering its second decade, hÅb and greenroom’s platform for contemporary performance and live art is calling for proposals.

A paper dress, lovingly hand-typed and stitched; a giant circular skirt leaving filligree traces of icing sugar through its lacy trim; racous rememberings of a decade of madness and one woman's musings on her identity as a horse...
emergency's tenth epic featured saw all this plus a mermaid and a giant post-box, paddling pool performance and tea parties, romance and heartbreak in a tent and a mass celebratory conga.  40+ performances filling every nook and cranny to bursting and spilling out onto the street.

This is your chance to participate in this extraordinary free marathon of the bizarre and the beautiful, the glamorous and the thought-provoking.  Proposals are welcome for both short black-box/studio performance pieces and durational installations and interventions in the bar.
Artists working in live art, contemporary performance, time-based media and interdisciplinary arts are invited to submit proposals of short pieces of work, works in progress or extracts of longer works for inclusion in this event.

To get a feel check out emergency’s MySpace and take a look at last year’s line up.

emergency2010 will take place at greenroom, on Friday 1 and Saturday 2 October and at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation on Saturday 2 October.

For further information and to download proposal forms: www.greenroomarts.org/emergency
Deadline Friday 6 August, 6pm
enquiries:  emergency@greenroomarts.org     0161 615 0500

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173618 2010-07-26T13:25:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z Why did the zebra cross the road?

To bring pedestrian traffic to a standstill, of course!
http://cutteruption.wordpress.com/2010/07/26/hazard-festival-why-did-the-zebr...

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173621 2010-07-26T11:33:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z HAZARD MMX depicted...

Check out a handful of pictures from the day's goings-on - all taken by Roshana Rubin-Mayhew www.otgdesign.org


If coming to this page via Twitter or Facebook, read on down for a series of HAZARD REACTION writings from the day.

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173623 2010-07-25T10:51:00Z 2018-01-15T08:49:02Z White Umbrellas by Tracy Piper-Wright

Visit Tracy Piper-Wright's blog at: www.randomaccumulator.co.uk

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173624 2010-07-25T10:46:00Z 2018-01-15T08:49:03Z And Counting 3pm by Tracy Piper-Wright

Visit Tracy Piper-Wrights blog at: www.randomaccumulator.co.uk

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173550 2010-07-25T10:37:00Z 2018-01-15T08:48:52Z To Land on the Moon by Joanna Loveday

Visit Joanna Loveday's blog at: http://www.joannaloveday.blogspot.com/

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173553 2010-07-23T16:27:00Z 2018-01-15T08:48:48Z Hazard Reaction by Alex Herod

Apologies, we are having trouble with this upload - it will download, using the yellow button below it, it just doesn't want to display on the page. We are working on it!


You can also view this text on the following blog: http://collaboratehere.blogspot.com

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173555 2010-07-23T16:19:00Z 2018-01-15T08:49:18Z Hazard Reaction by Tracy Piper-Wright


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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173558 2010-07-23T16:17:00Z 2018-01-15T08:48:59Z Hazard Reaction by Joanna Loveday

Visit Joanna Loveday's blog at: http://www.joannaloveday.blogspot.com/

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173562 2010-07-23T14:40:00Z 2018-01-15T08:48:57Z Hazard Reaction by DANI ABULHAWA


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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173566 2010-07-17T19:19:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z Phone-in

An abandoned mobile phone is ringing - you answer. The caller is in Korea, and invites you to join him on a fantastical journey round Manchester.

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tag:hazardmcr.posthaven.com,2013:Post/173569 2010-07-17T19:16:00Z 2013-10-08T15:58:09Z I lie in wait...

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