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New Art Exchange

January – March 2016

FREE ENTRY | OPEN EVERY DAY EXHIBITIONS | TALKS | PERFORMANCES | FAMILY ACTIVITIES | CAFÉ BAR


VISITOR INFORMATION

NAE CAFÉ BAR

SPACES FOR HIRE

GALLERY TIMES

Our sun-filled café is a great place to relax, spend time with friends and family or to hold a meeting. Look out for late night openings on select Fridays.

Our Performance Space, Learning Room, and Meeting Room are available to hire for your meeting or event. Technical support and catering options are available.

Mon, 10.30am – 3.30pm Tue – Fri, 10.30am – 6pm Sat, 9.30am – 5pm Sun, 10am – 4pm

cafe@nae.org.uk

bookings@nae.org.uk

FUTURE PERFECT? FILM OPEN

CAFÉ TIMES Please note, the café opens from 9am on weekdays.

Whether your idea of the future is utopian or dystopian – we want to see your vision.

Presented by New Art Exchange in partnership with Stella Vision Films.

The Film Open provides a platform for UK-based filmmakers at various stages in their career to share their work, gain critical feedback from a panel of industry experts, and build a personal creative network (see page 10).

Categories:

OPEN CALL FOR FILM SUBMISSIONS

NAE are now welcoming submissions to our Future Perfect? Film Open. For this year’s theme, we are looking for short films that envision future societies or worlds.

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13 – 17 yrs 18 yrs + Maximum film length: 15 minutes Deadline for film submission: Sunday 7 February 2016 Screening Date: Saturday 27 February 2016 Safiya@nae.org.uk


WELCOME

LIVE LONG AND PROSPER… Welcome to 2016 where we fold and bend time and perspectives, clashing fiction, fact, science and art as we present new and existing works by Larissa Sansour. In times where much media and news reporting references apocalyptic contexts, Sansour reconstructs our understanding of power and colonisation, with sci-fi inspired films, objects and an occupation of Palestinauts. As part of our three day Future Perfect? Film Festival, Larissa Sansour discusses her practice during a special in conversation and she will provide valuable critique as we showcase the work of exciting filmmaking talents.

Collaborating organisations this season: Bluecoat, Capoeira Nottingham, Chez Toi, Danish Arts Foundation, Doha Film Institute, East Midlands po Polsku, Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN), Nottingham Hackspace, LEVEL, Manushi, My Sight Nottinghamshire, Nottingham Alternative Film Network (NAFN), Nottingham

This season we launch Saturday Art Club for families, as we continually find ways to nurture the creativity of young people. We celebrate our neighbourhood’s cultural diversity, hosting a Persian New Year and a Polish Fat Thursday donut day. Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad revisits a fascinating local citizen-led project that emerged in the 1970s, Hyson Green Workshop Units, through an exhibition, creative workshops, and a panel discussion which looks at the possibilities of citizen design activism. We continue to support Tasawar Bashir, our Academic in Residence, who immerses us in the science fictions of Sufi sounds, introducing the Su-Fi aesthetic. We hope to see you participating, animating and informing our programme. Travel far with us this year! Skinder Hundal 3

City Council, Nottinghamshire Iranian Members Association (NIMA), Nottingham Trent University, Signpost to Polish Success, Spike Island, Stella Vision Films, The Mighty Creatives, The Mosaic Rooms, University of Birmingham, Wolverhampton Art Gallery Image credit: Front Cover: In the Future They Ate From the Finest Porcelain 2, diasec, 100x200cm, Larissa Sansour, 2014. Previous page: Bartosz Kali. Curent page: Nation Estate, Jerusalem Floor, C-print, 75x150cm, Larissa Sansour, 2012.


EXHIBITIONS

LARISSA SANSOUR:

In the Future They Ate From the Finest Porcelain

Artist Larissa Sansour was born in Jerusalem and her practice is underscored by the urgency of Palestine’s political problems. She typically deploys dry wit and pop culture references in her work as a means of cutting through cultural divides and connecting the international community with the universal relevance of this situation. Allusions to comic strips, sit coms and Hollywood films feature heavily throughout Sansour’s previous works, however this exhibition focuses specifically on her more recent exploration into the genre of sci-fi.

MAIN GALLERY EXHIBITION 15 January – 13 March 2016 EXHIBITION LAUNCH Thursday 14 January, 6pm – 9pm

Image credit: Current page: Nation Estate, Olive Tree, C-print, 75x150cm, Larissa Sansour, 2012. Next page: In the Future They Ate From the Finest Porcelain 1, diasec, 100x200cm, Larissa Sansour, 2014.

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EXHIBITIONS

The show concludes with Sansour’s newest work in film, In the Future They Ate From the Finest Porcelain (2015). Addressing the politics of archaeology, this piece depicts a resistance group burying elaborate porcelain which is suggested to belong to this entirely fictional civilisation. Their aim is to influence history and support future claims to their vanishing lands. Once unearthed, this tableware will prove the existence of this counterfeit people. By implementing a myth of its own, their work becomes a historical intervention – de facto creating a nation.

The exhibition begins with A Space Exodus (2009). Inspired by Stanley Kubric’s iconic film, with a nod towards Neil Armstrong’s moon walk, the piece depicts a female Palestinian astronaut travelling to the extremities of outer space in order to claim land for her nation. Palestinauts (2010), a collection of toy-like astronauts bearing the Palestinian flag on their space suits, swarm the gallery, playfully extending the dialogue around power and colonisation. In the film installation Nation Estate (2012) Sansour’s use of irony and humour continues, however here she also introduces fantastical CGI aesthetics to showcase the absurdity and surrealism of Palestine’s situation. The film explores a vertical solution to Palestinian’s diminishing claim to land – their own state in the form of a single skyscraper with a floor dedicated to each Palestinian city.

Larissa Sansour will be discussing her work as part of Future Perfect? Film Festival (see page 10).

In the Future They Ate From the Finest Porcelain is co-commissioned by FLAMIN Productions through Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network with funding from Arts Council England; New Art Exchange; Bluecoat, Liverpool; Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton; and The Mosaic Rooms, A.M.Qattan Foundation, London; with support from Doha Film Institute; The Danish Arts Council, Arts Council England, Iambic Film, Knud Højgaards Fond and Contemporary Art Platform – Kuwait. Produced by Spike Film and Video, Bristol.

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EXHIBITIONS

Hyson Green Workshops: Citizen Design Action

Faced with ill-considered planning and architectural flaws of mass social housing, the active citizens of the flats, spearheaded by the Hyson Green Tenants Association, reacted by devising alternative modes of co-designing their own environment. Together, the group fought to transform the disused and problematic garages, situated underneath the flats, into spaces for cultural expression, community activity and economic growth.

MEZZANINE GALLERY EXHIBITION 23 January – 20 March 2016 EXHIBITION LAUNCH Saturday 23 January, 12pm – 2pm

Bringing together new and existing archival materials, oral histories and artefacts, the exhibition will present a comprehensive overview of this movement. In addition, the gallery will transform into a creative space through hosting a programme of community-led workshops (see page opposite) and we host a panel discussion to explore the social role of citizen design activism and maker spaces today (see page 12).

In this exhibition, designer Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad, explores a fascinating citizen-led project that emerged in NAE’s local neighbourhood in the 1970s; The Hyson Green Workshop Units. The Hyson Green Flats were a residential tower block that stood on the site behind NAE where ASDA is now located. 6


EXHIBITIONS + WORKSHOPS

Image credit: Previous page: Hyson Green Flat (courtesy of Nottingham post). Current page: Bartosz Kali

 Inspired by the ethos of creativity and community skill-sharing of the Hyson Green Workshop Units, join our programme of workshops led by members of Nottingham’s creative community.

Admission: FREE

Age range: All are welcome

THE MAKING OF CARNIVAL Wednesday 17 February, 6pm – 8pm

Join Ginger (Christine) Grocock from Hyson Green Youth Club in exploring the past and present of carnival whilst creating your own costumes. _

PASTA TYPES: MAKING PASTA BY HAND

REIMAGINING CHILDCARE Wednesday 2 March, 6pm – 8pm

Wednesday 27 January, 6pm – 8pm

Look at pasta with the eyes of a designer! Saria Digregorio and Chiara Dellerba explore traditional making processes and invite you to invent your own shapes. _

Join Creative Producer and NearNow studio member​, Amy Martin, as we unpack the changing demands of childcare, exploring new approaches built on trust, flexibility and shared resources. _

CHHAAP PRINT

BUILD YOUR OWN TORCH!

Wednesday 10 February, 6pm – 8pm

Wednesday 9 March, 6pm – 8pm

Join our Indian print workshops with local artist/designer Samiah Haleem. Use wood blocks to experiment with patterns and make your own stamps!

Nottingham Hackspace member and Renewable Energy Innovation founder Matt Little is back leading another engineering exploration. Join him to make your own solar powered torch! (under 7s must be accompanied by an adult) 7


EXHIBITIONS + GALLERY TOURS

The Necessary Practice

Gallery Tours

CENTRAL GALLERY EXHIBITION 23 January – 20 March 2016

A tour for visually impaired visitors, led by My Sight Nottinghamshire.

EXHIBITION LAUNCH

ARABIC TOUR

Saturday 23 January, 12pm – 2pm

Saturday 13 February, 12pm

VERBAL IMAGING TOUR Tuesday 9 February, 12pm

Led by Fayrouz Kaddal, NAE European Voluntary scheme member from Egypt. The Necessary Practice examines the difficulties that many graduates face in securing employment in line with their artistic education or talent. Through a body of portraits and a series of interviews with the participants, the exhibition considers how many seek to support their artistic practice through employment outside of the creative industries.

DR. DANIEL RITTER TOUR Satuday 20 February, 12pm

Led by Dr. Daniel Ritter, Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations, The University of Nottingham.

JO DACOMBE TOUR Saturday 5 March, 12pm

Jo Dacombe, artist, explores archaeology and myth in the work of Larissa Sansour.

Curated by Nikoo Nikkar Esfahani and photographed by Tom Morley, The Necessary Practice brings together artists from all walks of life and cultural backgrounds. The project aims to promote the hidden ambitions and talents that otherwise go unseen, offering a new perspective to the viewer whilst also giving creative practitioners a new platform to promote themselves and their work.

BAHBAK HASHEMI-NEZHAD TOUR Saturday 12 March, 12pm

This tour provides insight into Hyson Green Workshops exhibiton. Admission: FREE Age range: All are welcome

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EVENTS

POLISH FAT THURSDAY – ON A SATURDAY!

UPENDO FILM / DISCUSSION /

SONGS FOR THE ORISHAS

FAMILY

PERFORMANCE

PERFORMANCE

Saturday 6 February

Saturday 30 January

Saturday 13 February

11am – 6pm

7pm – 8.30pm

LGBT History Month is celebrated each February in the UK to highlight the positive work done to challenge discrimination. Focusing on the LGBTQ community in Africa and its diaspora, this event will be an exploration of human rights, religion and philosophy. Join us for a day of independent film, entertainment and challenging debate.

Orishas are the deities of the Afro Cuban religion of Santeria, the forces that act as intermediaries between God and man. Daniela De Armas has led regular Singing for the Orishas sessions at NAE, accompanied by the live batá drums of The Axis Percussion Trio, building a choir who have come together to share in the power of this evocative and energising art form. This performance is the culmination and celebration of this exciting project.

2pm – 4pm

Signpost to Polish Success invite you to join them for an afternoon of traditional Polish celebration, including crafts and games for all the family and of course not forgetting a free sample of traditional Pączki, or Polish donuts. Join us to learn more about Polish culture and customs during the time of year when Polish kitchens are using up their sweet, fatty foods in delicious recipes before lent. Admission: FREE Age range: All are welcome Image credit: Previous page: The Necessary Practice, Tom Morley, 2015; Bartosz Kali. Current page: Beata Polanowska; still from Born this Way, Shaun Kadlec and Deb Tullmann (Dir and Prod); Hugh Miller.

Presented by Stella Vision in partnership with The University of Nottingham and in association with Nottingham City Council. Funded by BFI Fan Central East. See NAE's website for more details.

› www.theaxispercussiontrio.com › www.londonlucumichoir.com Admission: £5 / £3 concession Age range: All are welcome

Admission: £10 / £8 concession 2 film screenings, a set lunch, entertainment and workshops

Booking

Age range: 16 yrs +

recommended

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EVENTS

FUTURE PERFECT? FILM FESTIVAL

FRIDAY 25 SATURDAY 26 SUNDAY 27 FEBRUARY 2016

Inspired by the work of Larissa Sansour, Future Perfect? Film Festival explores the sci-fi genre, looking beyond distant galaxies and instead turning a critical eye much closer to home, exploring our future as a society.

LARISSA SANSOUR IN CONVERSATION WITH NAT MULLER

HOME (2015) DREAMWORKS ANIMATION

FUTURE PERFECT? FILM OPEN

FINDING OUR FUTURE

Saturday 27 February

Saturday 27 February

Sunday 28 February

10.30am – 12pm

2.30pm – 6pm

11am – 4pm

Dress up as an astronaut or an alien and join us for this family film screening! This is the story of an unlikely friendship between Oh, a loveable misfit from another planet, and an adventurous girl named Tip.

Reflecting on the theme of sci-fi, we showcase the work of talented UK filmmakers, offering them the opportunity to gain supportive critical reflection from a panel of industry experts, including artist Larissa Sansour (see page 2 for submissions). Admission: FREE

The future is a universally exciting concept, yet film industries often fail to represent the ethnic diversity of its audience on screen. This day of film and discussion asks, how can we make the fictions of tomorrow more reflective of our diversity? Presented by Nottingham Alternative Film Network.

Age range: Visit our website

Admission: FREE

prior to the event

Age range: 16 yrs +

Admission: FREE Age range: All are welcome

Image credit: A Space Exodus, Flag, C-print, 67x120cm, Larissa Sansour, 2009.

Friday 26 February, 7pm – 9pm

Launching the festival, Larissa Sansour discusses her groundbreaking and controversial practice with curator and critic Nat Muller. As a Palestinian artist, Sansour’s work is immersed in the current political dialogues in the Middle East. She addresses this contentious politics through the medium of film, exploring themes of constructed heritages, myth and history as power. Admission: FREE Age range: All are welcome

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EVENTS

MEDIA IN MY MIND: EYES WIDE OPEN

NOROOZ CELEBRATION

Saturday 5 March

DRONE THEORY BY QAWWALI RESEARCH UNIT (QRU)

2pm – 3.30pm

PERFORMANCE

11am – 3.30pm

DISCUSSION

FAMILY / PERFORMANCE Saturday 12 March

Thursday 10 March

Does social media influence racial discrimination in today’s society? Can social media be used as a tool to combat prejudices? Using social media as a focus, activist Josephine Taylor presents an introductory exploration into cultural representation. Come share your thoughts in this informal discussionbased workshop as we analyse how social media influences and changes our perceptions of race, heritage and identity. Admission: FREE (Booking essential) Age range: 16 yrs +

Image Credit: Josephine Taylor; credit unknown; Nazanin.

7pm – 8.30pm

For centuries Indian classical musicians have used a gently repeating drone pattern to meditate and symbolise the idea of cyclical time. Here Qawwali, a 13th century musical genre, connects the drone with its modern-day usage to reflect on the use of drone planes in recent conflicts and extremist attacks on Sufi shrines. QRU present a futuristic Qawwali soundscape that takes listeners on a cosmic journey back and forth across time. Presented by Academic in Residence Tasawar Bashir, inventing the Su-Fi aesthetic.

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Iranian Members Association (NIMA), invite you to celebrate the Persian New Year, Norooz. A time when families come together to share in the festivities, Norooz marks the beginning of spring, symbolising renewal and rebirth. Join us as NIMA present live Iranian music and folk dance, create your own decoration for the beautiful Haft-Seen table and learn more about this traditional celebration. Admission: FREE Age range: All are welcome

Admission: FREE Age range: All are welcome

Booking recommended

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EVENTS

CITIZEN ACTION AND COLLECTIVE IMAGINATION

SHAKE THE DUST (2015)

DISCUSSION

Thursday 31 March, 7pm – 9pm

FILM

Thursday 17 March, 7pm – 9pm

From executive producer and rapper Nasir ‘Nas’ Jones and journalist-turnedfilmmaker Adam Sjöberg, Shake the Dust chronicles the influence of breakdancing, exploring its resonance in the slums, favelas and ghettos of the world, from Colombia, Yemen, Uganda, and Cambodia and far beyond. Showcasing some of the most jaw-dropping moves ever committed to film, Shake the Dust is an inspiring tribute to the uplifting power of music and movement.

Drawing on research undertaken for his exhibition Hyson Green Workshops: Citizen Design Activism designer Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad presents his findings around this often overlooked element of Nottingham’s housing history. Situated between art, architecture and community action, the event will mark the culmination of months of research, as Hashemi-Nezhad is joined by a varied panel of Nottingham voices to examine the ideas behind Hyson Green Workshops, and the modes of citizen design activism and community makerspaces today.

Presented by Stella Vision Films. Supported by BFI Fan Central East. Admission: £6 / £5 concession

Admission: FREE

Age range: All are welcome

Age range: All are welcome

(adult supervision is recommended)

Image credit: Current page: Nottingham Post, Robin Robinson (left) chairman of the Hyson Green Development Tenants' Association, with David Purvis and John Boyd; still from Shake the Dust, Adam Sjoberg (Dir). Next Page: Bartosz Kali

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YOUNG PEOPLE AND FAMILIES

SATURDAY ART CLUB!

DRAMA HOLIDAY WORKSHOP

Saturday 16 January

Monday 15 February – Thursday 18 February

Saturday 30 January

10am – 2pm (sharing 1.30pm on Thursday)

Saturday 13 February

Join theatre maker, Sooree Pillay, in this half-term workshop where we will create a theatre piece set in the future. Using the main exhibition as our inspiration, we will ask; what are the challenges that we will face in the world of tomorrow? No experience is necessary, but please book early as places are limited.

Saturday 5 March 10am – 12pm

Join Josh Pickering and a team of artists for four fun family friendly sessions. Inspired by the art exhibition, we will explore the themes of myths and storytelling in English and Arabic. Develop arts, crafts and media skills in the fun and relaxed environment of NAE’s learning rooms. Join one session or all! Parents and children are encouraged to join us and become part of our growing NAE community!

Age range: 10 – 16 yrs

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YARD YOUNG PEOPLE’S THEATRE Our popular theatre group continues on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings where young people learn performance and theatre production skills whilst building confidence and making new friends. Both YARD groups are currently fully booked, but if you would like your child to be placed on our waiting list, contact us or pop in for a chat. We will contact you as soon as a space becomes available.

Josh@nae.org.uk Age range: All are welcome

All our activities for young people are FREE.

Sooree@nae.org.uk

Please note parent/guardian permission

Booking

is required for all participants.

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SUNDAY CLASSES

KATHAK

CAPOEIRA FOR KIDS

Sundays from 10 January, 10am – 12pm

Sundays from 10 January, 12.30pm – 1.30pm

Kathak is one of the eight classical dances of India that has a strong emphasis on rhythm, expression and grace. Join Vina Ladwa, a trained Kathak dance teacher for this course. Sessions are suitable for beginners.

Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian sport, teaching percussion, acrobatics, dance and martial arts. Kids will learn to do cool moves, play drums, and even sing in Brazilian Portuguese!

Advance booking: £4 children (5 – 19 yrs) /

Admission: £5 per child per session,

£5 adults (19 yrs +) / £6 on the door for all

with various monthly/family discounts available

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SINGING & DANCING FOR THE ORISHAS

CONTEMPORARY DANCE LAB

Sunday 10 January, 14 February, 13 March

Beginners 2pm – 3pm / Advanced 3pm – 4pm

› www.capoeiranottingham.co.uk

Sundays from 10 January

Singing workshop 1.30pm – 3pm

Join these contemporary dance lessons with internationally experienced dance teacher Antonio Abatangelo. Learn release work, floor work and improvisational dance techniques and meet new people in a warm and welcoming space. Perfect for beginners and dancers looking to restart their practice. Part of Chez-toi project.

Dance class 3pm – 4.30pm

Focusing on song and dance from the Afro Cuban Orisha tradition of Santeria, Daniela De Armas will teach songs for the Orishas, accompanied by the live bata drums of The Axis Trio. Dances for those Orishas will then be taught by a different professional Cuban folkloric dancer each month, accompanied by live singing and drumming.

› www.antonioabatangelo.it Admission: FREE Age range: 18 yrs +

Admission: Individual Sessions £12.50 / £10 concession

For more

Both Sessions: £18.50 / £15 concession

information

Age range: All are welcome

on all our classes,

(under 16s to be accompanied by an adult)

Image credit: Bartosz Kali; Hesham Helmy.

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please see NAE website.


OPPORTUNITIES

EXPERIMENTOR

VOLUNTEERING

ExperiMentor is a bespoke support programme for creative practitioners, which provides space, time and resources for research and development.

Would you like to gain skills and experience in the arts? We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to join our friendly team.

Bethan@nae.org.uk (visual arts) Sooree@nae.org.uk (performance arts)

ARTIST AND COMMUNITY OCCUPATIONS Do you have a creative event, workshop or pop-up exhibition you want to share with the community? We offer opportunities for local artists, groups and organisations. Bethan@nae.org.uk

volunteer@nae.org.uk

REAL CREATIVE FUTURES We plan to run a new programme of creative business support in 2016. Contact us to receive updates. rcf@nae.org.uk

SCHOOL VISITS NAE’s exhibitions provide a rich creative learning opportunity for young people of all ages and abilities. NAE can provide gallery tours and special workshops, or school groups can chose to visit in a self-led capacity.

ACCESS PROGRAMME Each season NAE hosts Body as Canvas, a participatory workshop for young adults with learning and physical disabilities. Delivered by LEVEL, the sessions draw inspiration from our exhibitions, encouraging participants to creatively engage with key themes and imagery. The next session takes place on Thursday 11 February, 10.30am & 1pm. Safiya@nae.org.uk

ACADEMICS IN RESIDENCE Tasawar Bashir (University of Birmingham, Qawwali Research Unit), Harminder Singh (University of Warwick).

Sooree@nae.org.uk

LOOKING AHEAD

DOUG FISHBONE’S LEISURE LAND GOLF EXHIBITION LAUNCH Friday 1 April 2016

Next season’s exhibition is a fully playable, artist designed miniature golf course. The piece was commissioned by NAE and our partner organisations, Beacon Art Project, One Thoresby Street, QUAD, Nottingham

Ensure you join

Trent University and The University of Nottingham, for the first East Midlands Pavilion at the Venice Biennale #56. It features Yinka Shonibare MBE, Hetain Patel, Yara ElSherbini, Lindsay Seers, Eyal & Ines Weizman, John Akomfrah, Candice Jacobs, Ellie Harrison and Doug Fishbone. 15

our mailing list via the NAE website to remain connected about our future exhibitions and events!


ALL EVENTS

January Thu 14

6pm – 9pm

Exhibition Launch

In the Future

Sat 16

10am – 12pm

Family

Saturday Art Club

Sat 23

12pm – 2pm

Exhibition Launch

Hyson Green Workshops

Sat 23

12pm – 2pm

Exhibition Launch

The Necessary Practice

Wed 27

6pm – 8pm

Exhibition Workshop

Pasta Types: Making Pasta by Hands

Sat 30

10am – 12pm

Family

Saturday Art Club

Sat 30

2pm – 4pm

Family

Polish Fat Thursday on a Saturday

Sat 6

11am – 6pm

Film / Performance

Upendo

Tue 9

12pm

Gallery Tour / Access

Verbal Imaging Tour

Wed 10

6pm – 8pm

Exhibition Workshop

Chhaap Print

Thu 11

10.30am & 1pm

Access Programme

Body as Canvas

Sat 13

12pm

Gallery Tour

Arabic Tour

Sat 13

10am – 12pm

Family

Saturday Art Club

Sat 13

7pm – 8.30pm

Performance

Songs for the Orishas

Mon 15 – Thu 18

10am – 2pm

Young People

Drama Holiday Workshop

Wed 17

6pm – 8pm

Exhibition Workshop

The Making of Carnival

Sat 20

12pm

Gallery Tour

Dr. Daniel Ritter Tour

Fri 26

7pm – 9pm

Film Festival

Larissa Sansour In Conversation

Sat 27

10.30am – 12pm

Film Festival / Family

Home (2015)

Sat 27

2.30pm – 6pm

Film Festival

Film Open

Sun 28

11am – 4pm

Film Festival

Finding Our Future

Wed 2

6pm – 8pm

Exhibition Workshop

Reimagining Childcare

Sat 5

12pm

Gallery Tour

Jo Dacombe Tour

Sat 5

2pm – 3.30pm

Discussion

Media in My Mind: Eyes Wide Open

Sat 5

10am – 12pm

Family

Saturday Art Club

Wed 9

6pm – 8pm

Exhibition Workshop

Build Your Own Torch!

Thu 10

7pm – 8.30pm

Performance

Drone Theory, QRU

Sat 12

11am – 3.30pm

Family / Performance

Norooz Celebration

Sat 12

12pm

Gallery Tour

Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad Tour

Thu 17

7pm – 9pm

Discussion

Citizen Action

Thu 31

7pm – 9pm

Film

Shake The Dust (2015)

February

March

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