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JULY – SEPTEMBER 2018


NOTTINGHAM MELA 2018: (UN)FOLDING TIME

Join us to celebrate 30 years of Nottingham Mela, our annual celebration of South Asian arts and culture for all the family. Experience spectacular dance, music and family activities, Mendi, delicious street food and more in venues across Nottingham. The 2018 Mela will be at New Art Exchange, Hockley and the free family day finale will be at the Arboretum Park.

Hockley Wed 29 – Friday 31 August New Art Exchange Saturday 1 September Arboretum Park Sunday 2 September LOTS OF FREE FAMILY ACTIVITIES

Keep up to date with programme announcements on our social media channels and online.

All are welcome

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WELCOME

EXPLORING SELF…i.e.

groups in Nottingham, shedding light on cultures misrepresented.

Welcome to our Summer season, building up to our 10th birthday.

This is a stupendous year of reflection and celebration. NAE will be supporting a community programme of celebrations in recognition of the launch of the Windrush 70 years ago on 22 June. We’ll also be celebrating 30 years of Mela in the UK – starting right here in Nottingham – with this year’s festival (un)folding time in a five day bonanza across Hyson Green, the Arboretum and Hockley.

We launch with the renowned and brilliant artist Akram Zaatari, whose exhibition includes a new commission, The Script, as we collaborate with Turner Contemporary and Modern Art Oxford. Since the turn of the century, Islamic cultures have been under close scrutiny and surveillance by authorities, with media and politicians creating fear and mistrust about the ‘other’. Divide and rule, an old colonial tactic, continues to brainwash society. Akram counters this, exploring how Arab communities represent themselves using new technology played out, performed even, through social media.

Alongside this we have our family and young people’s programmes including holiday workshops and Saturday Art Club, our artist and creative enterprise development programmes Real Creative Futures and ExperiMentor, and the launch of a new menu packed with delicious international cuisine in our CaféBar.

Responding to Akram’s work is the collaborative engagement programme Live Archive by Abbas Zahedi, who has worked with a multitude of Muslim

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Holidays, Thu 28

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Sun 8 July due to

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Image credits. Cover: Akram Zaatari, Dance To The End of Love, 2011 (film stills). EXHIBITIONS P. 2: Bartosz Kali. P. 3: Tom Morley. P. 4: Akram Zaatari, preliminary sketch for The Script.

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EXHIBITIONS

Akram Zaatari The Script

The exhibition features Dance to the End of Love (2011), a four-screen video installation comprised entirely of YouTube videos created and uploaded by young men from the Arab world. The videos, often fantastical, show individuals with super powers harnessing fire balls and lightning, footage of vehicles travelling on two wheels, body building displays and other playful scenes influenced by popular culture. Zaatari is interested in the distinct activities, actions or statements which people choose to share online, and how a “shared script” begins to emerge through the re-enactment of narratives. Once out in public, videos circulate among a global community. The videos are mirrored or re-enacted via a multitude of new uploads by new users who refine the script, thus collectively authoring this shared script along the way. While working on this new commission, Zaatari decided to re-enact a specific script that he has observed to be popular among practicing Muslims on YouTube in recent years – a choreography between a son and his father during prayer.

13 JULY – 9 SEPTEMBER 2018 EXHIBITION LAUNCH Thursday 12 July, 6pm – 9pm

The Script brings together new and existing works by Akram Zaatari, an internationally renowned Lebanese artist whose work is tied to researching and studying the photographic record in the context of modern Arab societies. Zaatari is interested in the active role that photography plays in what he describes as “performed identities”. In 1997 he co-founded the Arab Image Foundation, Beirut’s leading institution dedicated to the study and preservation of photography in the Middle East, North Africa and the Arab diaspora, and for years Zaatari has studied the archives of Studio Shehrazade, a photography studio that operated in his hometown, Saida, Lebanon from 1953. The Script focuses on Zaatari’s interest in people’s attitudes while filming or photographing themselves, an exploration that emerged from his research on vernacular and studio photography. Zaatari identifies recurring attitudes, fashions and forms of behaviour in front of the camera and how individuals choose to associate themselves with a social class, technology, modern values, or sometimes dominant ideologies. Zaatari considers those self-representations as performative narratives that start with studio photography and extend to YouTubing.

The exhibition also includes a series of studio photographs from the aforementioned Studio Shehrazade, taken by the studio’s founder, Hashem el Madani, which explore the posed attitudes of sitters in Lebanon from the mid-50s to 70s. The Script is a touring exhibition by New Art Exchange in partnership with Turner Contemporary and Modern Art Oxford. Funded by Arts Council England and supported by Thomas Dane Gallery. #AkramZaatari 5


ARTIST’S PROJECT

Abbas Zahedi: Live Archive

Live Archive, emerged from a research phase where Zahedi interviewed diverse local communities and organisations. A process of collaboration was then created to bring aspects of existing ritual practice and discourse into the gallery context; entangling the living archive of the community with the exhibition space.

Abbas Zahedi is a British artist working across sound, moving image, installation, performance and participatory events. His current practice is influenced by his concept of neo-diaspora – the experience of being a second generation migrant, in a hyper-connected world.

The Live Archive events will include a sacred-chanting ceremony (Dhikr) led by Nottingham Muslim Women’s Network, poetry recitations (Qasidah) with traditional music, a Sermon ‘outreach’ performance in collaboration with artist Sofia Niazi (OOMK zine) and culminating in a discussion exploring Islam and faith as manifested through contemporary image-led society. For more details, dates and times, please see pages 8, 9, 11 and 12.

Inspired by Akram Zaatari’s exhibition and delivered over the period of the show, Zahedi presents his new project, Live Archive, a programme of performances and discussions that create the opportunity to engage with faith-based rituals and artistic practice as part of the same act. Designed to extend the relationships between Nottingham’s multifaceted Muslim community and New Art Exchange,

Image credits P. 6: Arsalan Isa. P. 7: Alex Bartsch.

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EXHIBITIONS

Covers

Covers will be displayed in New Art Exchange’s Central Gallery and the first floor of record shop and music venue, Rough Trade Nottingham (5 Broad St, NG1 3AJ). In total it will feature over 50 reggae sleeves re-photographed decades later in their original locations, held up at arm’s-length to blend in with their surroundings. Displayed alongside interviews with those involved in the making of the records, Covers offers a fascinating insight into the history of reggae music in the UK, an often overlooked but essential part of Britain’s musical identity and popular culture.

RETRACING REGGAE RECORD SLEEVES IN THE UK 21 JULY – 2 SEPTEMBER 2018

Covers by photographer Alex Bartsch in collaboration with DJ and cultural historian Al ‘Fingers’ Newman, documents reggae record covers shot mainly in London between 1967 and 1988. For this showing in Nottingham, an additional LP by the Nottingham-based reggae band The Natural Ites forms part of the display. The group were photographed in Wollaton Park, Nottingham, for the cover of their 1983 album, Picture on the Wall (CSA Records).

See pages 9 and 10 for related events. Visit both New Art Exchange and Rough Trade Nottingham to view the full collection. An accompanying publication is on sale at both sites.

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EVENTS

THE SCRIPT

AKRAM ZAATARI IN CONVERSATION

QASIDAH

EXHIBITION LAUNCH Thursday 12 July

DISCUSSION

Thursday 19 July

6pm – 9pm

Saturday 14 July

6.30pm -7.30pm

PERFORMANCE

2pm – 4pm

Join us as we launch of a summer season of rich cultural activity at New Art Exchange. Centred around Akram Zaatari’s exhibition The Script, exploring vernacular photography and identities as performed online, this season we welcome artists to respond to Zaatari’s practice and members of the local Muslim community to creatively explore their faith. Be the first to see the exhibition, including a new commission, and hear speeches, with a complimentary drink on arrival.

Artist Akram Zaatari will be in conversation with academic, editor, and writer Anthony Downey. Drawing from his research into vernacular photography, Zaatari explores the ways in which individuals experiment with performative narratives that start with studio photography and extend to YouTubing, with a strong focus on communities from the Arab world. Dr. Anthony Downey is Professor of Visual Culture in the Middle East and North Africa at Birmingham City University.

FREE

FREE

All are welcome

All are welcome

Join us for a reading of Qasidah, a devotional poem by Habib Umar bin Hafiz describing and praising the Prophet Mohammed. The reading will be accompanied with traditional frame drumming by Hashim Siraj Mahmood, followed by an informal conversation and opportunity to learn more about the poem’s role in the history and culture of Islam. Part of Live Archive by Abbas Zahedi – for more information on this project, turn to page 6. FREE All are welcome

Image credits P. 8 (L–R): Bartosz Kali; Marco Milan; Bartosz Kali. P. 9 (L–R): Alex Bartsch, Guido Mencari, Anthony Hopwood.

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EVENTS

COVERS: RETRACING REGGAE RECORD SLEEVES IN THE UK

HIND

DHIKR

PERFORMANCE

PERFORMANCE

Thursday 26 July

Thursday 2 August

EXHIBITION LAUNCH

7pm – 8pm

6.30pm – 7.30pm

In 2014, Umama Hamido travelled from her city Beirut to the Bekaa Valley on the border of Lebanon and Syria; a land of beauty but also a world of local tribes, rebel fighters, and people who have fled civil war in the neighbouring country. In this cinematic performance, Hamido takes us on a journey through sound and image, sharing film footage and spoken word which captures both the serenity and beauty of this environment but also a reality of tension, poverty, fear and imminent danger. 

Members of Nottingham Muslim Women’s Network host a dhikr ceremony, a regular form of ritual practice in Islam, associated with Sufism. A ceremony may include recitation from the Quran, singing, music, movement and trance. Dhikr (Arabic for the remembrance of Allah) is regarded as the highest form of contemplation. Women of all faiths and backgrounds are welcome. Part of Live Archive by Abbas Zahedi – for more information on this project, turn to page 6.

Saturday 21 July 2pm – 4pm

Join us at New Art Exchange for the launch of this exhibition by photographer Alex Bartsch. Jump through time and reggae history and view a collection of iconic reggae album sleeves, re-photographed decades later in their original locations creating a fascinating insight into the history of reggae music in the UK. See if you can spot Nottingham’s contribution to the collection care of an album cover by local music heroes The Natural Ites. With a complimentary drink on arrival.

FREE FREE

All ages

All are welcome

Please note that this is a women-only event

FREE All are welcome

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EVENTS

THE ART OF THE HIP HOP ALBUM COVER

VERBAL IMAGING ACCESS PROGRAMME

PULL UP! WITH REGGAE TAKE OVER

WORKSHOP

Friday 10 August

WORKSHOPS &

Saturday 4 August

10.30pm – 3.30pm

PERFORMANCES

10am – 6pm

What do De La Soul, Risograph printing, Graffiti and Stormzy all have in common? Find out at this special day-long workshop on the art of the hip hop album cover hosted by Emily Catherine Illustration. Learn about the most influential Hip Hop covers, have a go at risograph printing with Dizzy Ink and get to grips with tagging, lettering and graffiti with Grim Finga aka Kaption1 in this oneoff event.

Saturday 11 August

Jeanne Roberts from My Sight Nottinghamshire leads a specialist gallery tour and workshop suitable for blind and visually impaired visitors. Jeanne will use verbal descriptions to help participants build a rich understanding of the work. The tour will be followed by a creative workshop inspired by our exhibition. Free All are welcome Booking required:  Bethan@nae.org.uk

12pm – 10pm

This interactive, all-day event shines the musical spotlight on the rich history of reggae culture. From deejaying, making a pre-amp or customising clothing, you can try out some of the skills which have carried reggae music globally. Celebrate reggae through talks, workshops and film screenings. Music will be provided by Reggae Take Over DJs plus special guests and a special Jamaican menu will be available.

£7 Ages 16+

FREE All are welcome

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EVENTS

BODY AS CANVAS

ABBAS ZAHEDI

ACCESS PROGRAMME

GALLERY TOUR

FERDINAND (U) (2017)

Thursday 16 August

Thursday 16 August

FAMILY FILM

10.30am – 12pm or

6.30pm – 7.30pm

Saturday 18 August

1pm – 2.30pm

A creative workshop delivered by and for adults with learning disabilities from our collaborators LEVEL. Pioneering the transformative power of the arts, LEVEL seeks to enrich the creative lives of people with learning disabilities. The session will take inspiration from our exhibition The Script, exploring self representation through use of image, film and movement. Group and individual bookings are welcome.

10.30am – 12.30pm

Artist Abbas Zahedi leads this gallery tour of Akram Zaatari’s exhibition, The Script. Drawing on lines of connection between the exhibition and his own creative practice, Zahedi will explore the key themes of representation, image-making and the curating of online archives in Zaatari’s work. For more information on Abbas Zahedi’s community engagement project Live Archive connected to this exhibition, please turn to page 6.

Ferdinand tells the story of a giant bull with a big heart. After being mistaken for a dangerous beast, he is captured and taken from his home. Ferdinand and his team head out on the ultimate adventure, challenging stereotypes and making friends along the way. Animated fun for all the family. FREE Booking recommended

FREE FREE

All are welcome

Ages 16+ Booking Rquired:  Saziso@nae.org.uk

Image credits P. 10 (L–R): Emily Catherine; Vika Nightingale; Bartosz Kali. P. 11 (L–R): Sazizo Phiri; courtesy of Abbas Zahedi.

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EVENTS

WHAT ARE THE SERMONS WE NEED TODAY?

FAITH IN THE AGE OF THE IMAGE DIASPORA

KATHAK

LIVE ART

DISCUSSION

10am – 12pm

Hyson Green /

Saturday 8 September

Radford Road junction

2pm – 4pm

Friday 24 & Saturday 25 August 12pm – 5pm

Live Archive artist Abbas Zahedi and collaborator Sofia Niazi ask this key question through taking up a preaching stall out on the street in Hyson Green. Artists, researchers and writers have been invited to take up the call to preach by contributing to a pamphlet edited, designed and printed by Niazi and Zahedi which will be handed out for free to the public. Based on a process of research and inquiry, their sermons continue in the age old tradition of addressing the issues of the day. Come find out more through talking to the artists and pick up a free pamphlet on their preaching stall out on the street.

“We breathe an ether of floating images that no longer bear a relation to any reality whatsoever." Brian Massumi. Artist Abbas Zahedi will present his reflections on the above statement in light of contemporary notions of faith, identity and migration, with a particular focus on the experiences of British Muslims. The culmination of his research project Live Archive, the discussion will be joined by members of the local community who have been key in shaping the summer’s discussions. For more information on this project, turn to page 6. FREE All are welcome 12

DANCE WORKSHOP Saturday 14, 21, 28 July

Kathak is one of the eight classical dances of India that has a strong emphasis on rhythm, expression and grace. Join Manushi Dance Company founder Vina Ladwa, a trained Kathak dance teacher for this course. Sessions are suitable for beginners. £8 × session on the door £6 × full term advanced payment (children or adults)

Image credits P. 12 (L–R): Sofia Niazi; Bartosz Kali; Bartosz Kali. P. 13: Bartosz Kali (top); Tom Morley (bottom).


CaféBar

Legerdemain

This summer things are heating up at the CaféBar. Our new menu features old favourites as well as delicious new dishes from around the world. Enjoy a bite to eat, a cuppa or something to cool you down as you sit outside and bask in the rays.

MUSIC / FOOD / BAR Saturday 28 July 7pm – 11pm

Discover Legerdemain, a consortium of local live acts: Cai Burns of Kagoule (dark, wobbly folk), Rachael Loomes (journey to the ‘other’ with haunting, eerie vocals) and Rattle (hypnotic postpunk beats and harmonies).

What to look out for on our new menu: Curries / Kids Dishes / Jackets / Baguettes / Wraps / Beers / Wines

FREE

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Ages 18+

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Food served until 9pm

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OPENING TIMES Mon – Fri: 9am – 6pm Saturday: 10am – 5pm Sunday: 10am – 4pm Closed Bank Holidays, Thu 28 June – Sun 1 July and Sun 8 July due to exhibition change. 13


CREATIVE ACTIVITIES

Creative Activities for Families, Children & Young People ALL FREE There are loads of fun and creative opportunities for families and young people at New Art Exchange. Each season we team up with artists to deliver our sessions. Don’t miss our Summer Holiday Programme led by Baby People – the UK’s first dedicated Hip Hop School. Our sessions for 7–10s, 11–13s and 14–16s old are a great opportunity to develop new creative skills, build independence and make new friends.

SATURDAY ART CLUB 14, 21, 28 July 18 August – Family Film 25 August, 8 September 10.30am – 12.30pm

Kickstart your weekend with a different creative activity every session, all inspired by our current exhibition. There’s always loads to do and learn plus we always have a soft play area for very small children. One of the sessions will be our free family film screening. This season we have Ferdinand (2017). See page 11 for more information. FREE 0–10 years

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Older children welcome


CREATIVE ACTIVITIES

MUSIC & ME

REPRESENT!

HOLIDAY PROGRAMME

HOLIDAY PROGRAMME

YARD YOUNG PEOPLE’S THEATRE

7–10 years:

11–13 years:

7–10 years & 11–16 years

Tuesday 31 July,

Wednesday 1 & 8 August

7, 14 & 21 August

14–16 years:

10.30am – 12.30pm

Wednesday 15 & 22 August

Please note that participants

1pm – 5pm

should attend each session.

Please note that participants should attend each session.

We’ve teamed up with hip-hop school Baby People for this shortcourse inspired by Akram Zaatari’s exhibition. Learn how to can express your favourite things through music. Across the four weeks learn how to write lyrics, produce your own beat using digital software and record your own music. The experienced session tutors are also professional music producers and performers.

This summer we will be exploring how we represent ourselves and document our creativity online. As part of this short course you will work with hip hop school Baby People, to explore the different ways that people express themselves on the internet. Learn music writing and music production skills as you work together to create a song and music video exploring your ideas.

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New Art Exchange’s flagship youth theatre group. Learn how to strengthen and develop acting skills, build confidence and learn about theatre production while making friends and having fun. YARD will be taking a break over the summer holiday and will be back in September. Please contact Saziso for more information.  Saziso@nae.org.uk FREE

Image credits P. 13 & 14: Bartosz Kali.


Real Creative Futures

of designers and digital influencers to discover their best practices and tips, joined Nottingham Black Archive (NBA) for a six-part creative writing series and poetry showcase as part of Nottingham Poetry Festival and got business plans in order with the help of Ellen O’Hara’s Visual Business Planning series.

Real Creative Futures is our business support programme, part of the EU and Arts Council England funded project – The Big House.

Coming up, join us for a day with Derby Museum, exploring how creatives can work with museum collections, figure out how to develop a language for your art, explore how to kickstart your illustration practice and learn more about artistic residency opportunities, from how to apply, what they’re really like and if they could help you to expand your practice.

We aim to support individuals and small businesses working in the creative and digital sectors, across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, to establish and grow by linking them to a range of free business support services including: › One to one coaching › Mentoring from industry experts › Skills-based workshops › Networking events › Access to grants and funding

 rcf@nae.org.uk › www.realcreativefutures.co.uk › 0115 924 8630

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HERE THERE & EVERYWHERE

ACADEMIC IN RESIDENCE

Here, There and Everywhere is an artistic collaboration between New Art Exchange and partners across the UK and globally, showcasing the finest contemporary art practices across unique cultures. The diverse and in-depth programme launched in January 2017, Bandra in Mumbai and has since expanded from South Asia to across Africa, South Korea, South Italy and Sicily.

We are currently hosting artist Tasawar Bashir, from the University of Birmingham. His enquiry investigates the ontology of sufi sound inventing 21st century sounds under the guise of his aesthetic ‘Su-Fi’. We are also being joined by curator and film programmer Ian Sergeant from BCU. Sergeant’s study reconstructs and reimagines Black Masculinity in the 21st century and explores the imbalance of black and minority cultural representation in curriculum content in University courses.

› www.herethereeverywhere.live

EXPERIMENTOR Artist practice development is a key role for NAE as part of our Talent Development programme. The mentoring of an artist’s experimentation allows them to confidently trial new ideas with structured guidance, peer support and wider networking opportunities too. This season we are proud to announce new joiners to the programme Farida Makki, Ameilia Seren Roberts and Effy Harle.

Image credits P. 16 & 17: Lamar Francois.

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Join The NAEbourhood

Support Us As a registered charity, we rely on your generosity to help us continue our work. With your support, we ensure that artists from all backgrounds are able to practice, exhibit and enjoy art and culture in a space dedicated to championing their voices.

Our Supporter’s scheme lets you get closer to the art while helping us achieve our mission of making art from diverse cultures accessible to all. For only £40 a year you can support our mission and receive a range of great benefits including:

There are lots of ways you can help us without becoming a Supporter. Why not make a one-off donation of any amount online or when reserving tickets to an event, or when you visit us? Until 2019, Arts Council England are doubling all donations meaning your gift goes even further.

› Invitations to special supporter’s only events › Behind the scenes news › Exhibition guides direct to your door › NAE goodies, and much more!  supportus@nae.org.uk

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› www.nae.org.uk/support-us › 0115 924 8630 Image credits P. 18: Marta Sanches Costa. P. 19: X.

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Spaces For Hire

To celebrate 10 years of New Art Exchange we are offering 10% off room hire for all bookings taking place between August and December.

Planning an event? Our spaces are the perfect blank canvas for you to hold your conference, workshop or social gathering. With our in-house catering and refreshment options, technical equipment and support available on request, your event will surely be one to remember. Out of hours requests welcome.

Valid 1 August – 31 December, subject to availability

 bookings@nae.org.uk ›  0115 924 8630

Kids Parties Celebrate your little ones big day at New Art Exchange with one of our amazing package deals. 19


ALL EVENTS

July Thu 12

6pm – 9pm

Exhibition Launch

Akram Zaatari

Sat 14

10am – 12pm

Workshop

Kathak

Sat 14

10.30am – 12.30pm

Family

Saturday Art Club

Sat 14

2pm – 4pm

Discussion

Akram Zaatari in Conversation

Thu 19

6.30pm – 7.30pm

Performance

Qasidah

Sat 21

10am – 12pm

Workshop

Kathak

Sat 21

10.30am – 12.30pm

Family

Saturday Art Club

Sat 21

2pm – 4pm

Exhibition Launch

Covers

Thu 26

7pm – 8pm

Performance

HIND

Sat 28

10am – 12pm

Workshop

Kathak

Sat 28

10.30am – 12.30pm

Family

Saturday Art Club

Sat 28

7pm – 11pm

Music

Legerdemain

Thu 2

6.30pm – 7.30pm

Performance

Dhikr

Sat 4

10am – 6pm

Workshop

The Art of the Hip Hop

Fri 10

10.30am – 3.30pm

Access Programme

Verbal Imaging

Sat 11

12pm – 10pm

Workshops &

Pull Up! With Reggae Takeover

August

Album Cover

Performances Thu 16

10.30am – 12pm

Access Programme

Body As Canvas

Thu 16

1pm – 2.30pm

Access Programme

Body As Canvas

Thu 16

6.30pm – 7.30pm

Gallery Tour

Abbas Zahedi

Sat 18

10.30am – 12.30pm

Family / Film

Ferdinand

Fri 24 & Sat 25

12pm – 5pm

Live Art (off site)

What are the sermons

Sat 25

10.30am – 12.30pm

Family

Saturday Art Club

Wed 29 – Sun 2

Various

Festival

Nottingham Mela

we need today?

September Sat 8

10.30am – 12.30pm

Family

Saturday Art Club

Sat 8

2pm – 4pm

Discussion

Faith in the Age of the Image Diaspora

Collaborating organisations this season: LEVEL, My Sight Nottinghamshire, Baby People, Reggae Takeover, Emily Catherine Illustration, Dizzy Ink, Kaption1 aka Grim Finga, Nottingham Muslim Women’s Network, Manushi Dance Company, Nottingham Asian Arts Council, Nottingham City Council, Turner Contemporary, Modern Art Oxford, One Love Books, Thomas Dane Gallery

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