The third Tatton Park Biennial features new works by internationally significant artists and writers all examining the history of aviation at this National Trust property and the human urge to fly, whether literally or metaphorically.
Working with a wide range of partners from aeronautical engineers to deep space research scientists, from balloonists to air traffic controllers, the participating artists in Flights of Fancy include Simon Faithfull, Juneau Projects, Jem Finer and Brass Art.
Join curators Danielle Arnaud and Jordan Kaplan for a tour of the Biennial and a chance to meet some of the participating artists. Please note we are also offering members invitations to the Private View on Friday 11 May.
This event is part of a series of events programmed by the Contemporary Art Society in the North West. Membership costs £50 per year / £25 for students.
If you are not yet a member and would like to join, or to receive further information about the organisation and its activities, please contact Mark Doyle at email@example.com or call 07891 880 498.