WHETHER you want to view the creations of others or get creative yourselves, the new city has the lot this coming week.
Here’s your at a glance guide to the artistic side...
>At Milton Keynes Gallery, this evening provides music from Robert Curgenven, Rie Nakajima, Manabu Shimada and Hill/Simpson.
Forget Grease, diverse is the word so far as this event is concerned...
Doors at 6.45pm
>Still at MK G and new art activities suitable for families are up and running every Saturday.
Mini Makers is perfect fun for kiddies aged four years and up.
The two hour sessions – replacing the Saturday Art Trolley drop-in affairs, will operate from 1pm weekly.
This week, storyteller Yaw Asiyama will take children on a journey of exploration around the Anna Barriball show.
Armed with sketch books for the event they will be encouraged to make their own masterpieces.
>Over in the MK Gallery Project Space, the Community without Propinquity project continues, ‘exploring the roles of contemporary art and communities in New Towns across the globe.’
Six new artist commissions and an exhibition and video programme are some of the attractions.
The exhibition carries through to November 27.
> In Midsummer Place, FRINGEMK present Creepy Monster in Project Space 1.
The ongoing series of more than 100 mixed media images began in 2008.
‘Creepy Monster is androgynous, poignant and pithy – a reflection on the stuff of life,’ say those in the know.
Creepy Monster will send shivers through to November 1.
>At AIM Gallery, the Northamptonshire Guild of Designer Craftsmen remain in residence for a little
over a week.
Pop in for a look – AIM is located next to Costa Coffee in thecentre:mk, opposite Waitrose.
Art by John Lennon and Miles Davis on display at new gallery – see City Nights.