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Welcome to New Art Exchange! Join us for a Summer holiday packed full of free activities for families (page 16), creative workshops and short courses for young people (page 17), great deals on kids’ meals in our CafÊBar, plus FREE entry to our exhibitions. Why not grab a gallery trail activity sheet and explore the artwork? 2

Everyone's a winner One of our key roles at NAE is to nurture and share the makings of talented contemporary artists. This season we launch our first official prize-giving NAE Open exhibition, five years on from Culture Cloud, our experiment to test digital engagement and open platforms. This year’s judging panel has worked hard with the NAE team to make the long list of exhibiting artists, so a big thanks to Beverley Sterling, Jagdish Patel, Louise Fedotov-Clements, Matthew Chesney, Christine Eyene, Salma Tuqan and Sarah Perks. The local to national response has been strong with a variety of visual artforms including live art and film, with close to 700 art works from nearly 300 artists applying. Lock the dates and join us on Friday 23 August see who will win the awards. Of course everyone is a winner.

GALLERY & CAFÉBAR OPENING TIMES Mon – Fri: 9am – 6pm Saturday: 10am – 5pm Sunday: 10am – 4pm

Image: Tom Morley

CaféBar last orders

The Central Gallery features images of the Romanian community of Hyson Green, and on the forecourt are a series of profound and haunting photographs by Nirvair Singh Rai featuring paintings by Janhavi Sharma marking 100 years of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar. Nottingham Arts Mela returns over a five day extravaganza culminating at the botanical oasis, Arboretum Park, exploring Illusions in Transit as the theme this year. Our international programme, Here There & Everywhere, invites Ibrahim Ahmed and Ashok Vish to be our resident artists to share their journeys and art works with the UK art ecology. And finally we realise Architecture of Shame, an exhibition and re-imagination of space in Matera, European Capital of Culture in South Italy. Bravo!

30 minutes before closing Closed Bank Holidays: Monday 26 August Closed Sundays 15 & 22 September Opposite The Forest Tram Stop 39–41 Gregory Boulevard Nottingham NG7 6BE 0115 924 8630

The family, community, café and young people’s programmes continue to engage local residents of Hyson Green, offering educational and cultural experiences that enrich life. See you during the summer, ciao ciao!

Cover featuring works by Richard Chung, Shaista Chishty, Fanni Kopacsi, Sayed Hasan, Mariano Doronzo, Dinu Li, Effy Harle, Farhad Berahman, Renie Masters, Christopher Hanson.

Skinder Hundal MBE CEO, New Art Exchange




13 JULY – 8 SEPTEMBER 2019 EXHIBITION LAUNCH Friday 12 July 2019, 6pm – 9pm AWARDS CEREMONY Friday 23 August 2019, 6pm – 9pm

Enjoy a huge variety of art at NAE this summer, with works in painting, drawing, video, live art, sculpture, installation and mixed media by over 50 artists. The NAE Open was created through an open application process which received nearly 700 submissions. A panel of judges viewed each to select what they felt to be the most innovative and accomplished works, creating a snapshot of contemporary fine art practice today. Given NAE’s key priorities in supporting both culturally diverse and local talent, the exhibition was open to all artists living in Nottinghamshire and also to artists of culturally diverse heritage and those exploring diversity within their practice living anywhere in the UK.

Image: Sayed Hasan


Sofia Karim

Haseebah Ali

Jagjit Kaur

Ankita Anand

Permindar Kaur

Farhad Berahman

Nisa Khan

Adonia Bouchehri

Wanja Kimani

Pamela Breda

Fanni Kopacsi

Faiza Butt

Dinu Li

Gerard Carson

Lin Li

Emily Catherine

Renie Masters

Shaista Chishty

Bill Ming

Richard Chung

Nick Mobbs

Faye Claridge

Natasha Monfared

Chiara Dellerba

Dipesh Pandya

Mariano Doronzo

Irvin Pascal

Billy Dosanjh

Hetain Patel

Arit Etukudo

Becca Pyne

Vivian Chinasa Ezugha

Joshua Roland

Adam Farah / free.yard

Benjamin Rostance

Craig Fisher

Sarah Sayeed

Katharina Fitz

Vanessa Scully

Tracy Gnoan

Grzegorz Stefanski

Aya Haidar

Emily Stollery

Umama Hamido

Soraya Syed

Christopher Hanson

Ghafar Tajmohammad

Effy Harle

Bobby Tiwana

Sayed Hasan

Rebekah Ubuntu

Faisal Hussain

Leah Wareham

Seungjo Jeong

Honey Williams

A key aim of the NAE Open is to create a platform which supports the development of artists and raises their profile. Beyond the public exhibition itself, a number of prizes will be awarded in a special ceremony on Friday 23 August. These include the £1,500 Public Choice Prize, which every visitor to the exhibition can contribute to. Be sure to cast your vote when you visit the galleries – voting closes Thursday 22 August 2019. The NAE Open also creates the opportunity to buy original art with a number of works available for sale. 5

Image: Florin


Positive Images CENTRAL GALLERY 13 July – 8 September 2019


Together Today and New Art Exchange are proud to be presenting Positive Images, a photographic exhibition that displays a snapshot into the lives of Nottingham’s Romanian community. Developed over a six month period by Alina Moldovean, Stelian Afrasinei, Minerva Hartley and five volunteers, the aim of the project is to provide insight into the life of our local community by sharing their stories and experiences of living in the UK. The resulting exhibition presented here at NAE is made up of a collection of portraits and interviews collected by the group. The project is developed in partnership with Inspire Foundation and Nottingham City Council.

Please note that there is limited access to the Central Gallery due to its location on the stairs. A printed version of the show is available from reception.


Image: Nirvair Singh Rai


Nirvair Singh Rai & Janhavi Sharma: Memory of Land NAE FORECOURT 1 August – 8 September 2019

Photographer and filmmaker Nirvair Singh Rai and visual artist Janhavi Sharma have embarked on a research project across the Punjab region of India and the holy city of Amritsar to create a new body of work. The installation, combining photography and digitally manipulated painting, seeks to remember the Jallianwalla Bagh massacre of 1919 which saw British Indian Army troops fire upon unarmed Indian civilians who were assembled for a peaceful protest and to honour the Sikh festival of Baisakhi.

Through visiting the site, and interviewing local communities, Rai and Sharma seek to understand the psychology of surviving grief through the memory of land; land being the only witness left 100 years on from this deplorable act. Part of Here There & Everywhere and Nottingham Arts Mela 2019.







Ghungaroo Vadan is an experimental performance using ghungaroos and OSC messages sent from mobile phone to MAX/MSP. It explores the overlapping spaces between spirituality and technology through combining Indian classical dance elements and technological embodiment.

Uro is about the idea of dying and rebirth, depression and awaking. In this durational performance, the artist interacts with clay and water on her body. The weight of the clay becomes a force that she works with and against over the hours of the performance. Sitting on the skin as a weighty, damp material, it becomes a solid foundation and morphs the body.

Image: Julian Mercier

Image: Vivian Chinasa Ezugha, Uro, a SPILL Commission at SPILL Festival 2018, photo by Guido Mencari


A unique opportunity to experience two Live Art pieces selected by the NAE Open judging panel. Two pieces will be performed during the launch event, with a third work presented as part of the wider public programme, see page 9 for details. These are one-off performances and not to be missed. 8








Friday 12 July

Saturday 13 July


6pm – 9pm

1pm – 4pm

Saturday 20 July

Join us as we launch NAE’s very first Open exhibition, presenting the work of over 50 local and national artists selected by a panel of judges. Artwork ranges across media from painting to sculpture, and photography to installation. This event is also a unique opportunity to experience live art performances by two selected artists. Be the first to view the work, cast your vote for the Public Choice Prize, receive a free drink on arrival, plus a DJ set by Omar Sultani.

Together Today present an exhibition of photographs capturing a snapshot of the lives of Nottingham’s Romanian community. This volunteer led project invites you to a celebration day, hosted in collaboration with the Syrian community. The event will include craft activities for all ages and talks led by representatives of the Romanian Embassy. The exhibition hopes to challenge mainstream preconceptions about Romanian culture and way of life.

2pm – 5pm


Nottingham-based Amity are a community organisation dedicated to encouraging everyone to engage with the arts. They present the magnificent Flamenco dance talent of Rebeca Ortega, internationally recognised for her knowledge of Flamenco music and Cante. Rebeca will lead this flamenco taster session, suitable for total beginners followed by a demonstration of her phenomenal dance talent with a short performance. FREE

All are welcome


All are welcome

Image: Mariano Doronzo

All are welcome

Image: Rebecca Ortega

Image: Florin

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Thursday 25 July

Friday 26 July

Wednesday 24 July

6.30pm – 9.30pm

Doors: 7pm Performance: 7.30pm – 8.30pm

6:30pm – 8:30pm

Do you want to learn how to make the original mozzarella and tomato panzerotti? Come along with an empty stomach and Deep Fried Calzone Club will take you through the stages of creating the perfect panzerotti! Suitable for vegetarians and vegans, includes a welcome drink, all ingredients and equipment. £15

As part of Nottingham Pride week, All Black Connect present Wanuri Kahius’ Rafiki (2018). The film tells the story of friendship and a tender love that grows between two young women, Kena and Ziki, amidst family and political pressures around LGBT rights in Kenya. The film will be followed by a panel discussion led by All Black Connect in collaboration with Nottingham Contemporary’s 1525 collective.

16yrs+ FREE

NAE Open selected artist Umama Hamido performs this cinematic live art piece combining film, text, soundscore and rap. Presenting fictional memoirs based on hallucinations and dreams, out-of-body experiences and superpowers, the scenes slip between Akka in Palestine, a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon, Hamido’s birthplace in Beirut and the artist’s current home city, London. The work was developed with her friend Tareq Al-Jazzar.

15yrs+ FREE 14yrs+ Image: Umama Hamido






ACCESS PROGRAMME Thursday 1 August

Friday 2 August

Saturday 10 August

10.30am – 12pm

2pm – 4pm

2pm – 4.30pm

As Roma communities across Europe mark Roma Genocide Remembrance Day, join volunteer community group Ideea Rom as they celebrate Roma culture and remember this forgotten history. With music, dance, craft activities for children and food, Nottingham’s Slovakian, Hungarian and Romanian Roma celebrate their heritage and welcome others to join them to learn more.

Henna artist Shaz Mehndi presents this unique opportunity for beginners to experience working with natural henna and learn how this staple of body decoration, used all over the world, is created and mastered. Working with henna on paper to follow simple designs and even designing your own, experienced artist and entrepreneur Shaz will guide you through a step by step process. Beginners from all backgrounds welcome.


or 1pm – 2.30pm

A creative workshop delivered 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 NAE’s ethos of celebrating our differences and exploring our identities. Group and individual bookings are welcome.

FREE All are welcome



Image: Bartosz Kali



Participants must arrive 15mins early to complete registration Image: Tom Morley

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Thursday 15 August

Tuesday 13 August

Wednesday 14 August

11am – 12.30pm

10.30am – 3.30pm

Doors: 7pm Performance: 7.30pm – 8.30pm

Join Jeanne Roberts from My Sight Nottinghamshire for a specialist gallery tour and workshop suitable for blind and visually impaired visitors. The tour will be followed by a specialist creative workshop in response to the themes explored in the exhibition. FREE 16yrs+ Image: Vika Nightingale

Weaving together a joyous fusion of Egyptian, Nubian and British musical traditions, Kaddal Merrill is the collaboration of classically trained Egyptian flautist Fayrouz Kaddal and innovative British folk fiddler Daniel Merrill. The percussion of traditional Middle Eastern drums provides intricate and heady beats through which the flute and violin dive, dance and spin. Is it folk? Is it world music? Both and neither. Both sun soaked and rain drenched, this music speaks of artists exploring their sense of place, culture and identity. £8 (£6 concession) All are welcome Image: Samir T Radwan



ArtSpeak invite anyone over 60 to join them in an exploration of the NAE Open exhibition, led by a member of NAE’s Creative Team. This will be an informal, sociable gathering, great for meeting people and sharing your ideas. No prior art knowledge necessary! We’ll finish up with an open discussion and socialising over a cup of tea. FREE 60yrs+ Image: Bartosz Kali






Friday 23 August



6pm – 9pm

Thursday 29 August

July 28 , August 4, 11, 18, 25

6pm – 8.30pm

September 1, 29

Join us to celebrate all of the artists presented in the NAE Open and the winners of a variety of prizes. These include the prestigious Main Prize, selected by a panel of respected artists and curators, the Public Choice prize, generated by visitors to the show and the NAE Exhibition prize which will lead to future projects with NAE for the selected artists. Enjoy an evening of art in the galleries, and live music and drinks in the CaféBar. FREE


October 6, 13, 20, 27

“They killed my mother. They took our magic. They tried to bury us. Now we rise.” All Black Connect welcome you to the second instalment of Between the Lines Book Club. Read the book and join the group to share thoughts and ideas on the world of dark magic and danger conjured up in Tomi Adeyemi’s Children of Blood and Bone (2018).

Beginners: 10.30am – 11.30am Advanced: 11.30am – 12.30pm

Kathak is one of the eight classical dances of India and has a strong emphasis on rhythm, expression and grace. Join Vina Ladwa of Manushi Dance Company for this course, accredited by the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing. Sessions are suitable for both beginner and more advanced dancers.


Full term fee:


Beginners: £60

Image: Saziso Phiri

Advanced: £100

All are welcome

Please arrive for prompt start

Image: Renie Masters

Image: Bartosz Kali

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Image: Tom Morley


Nottingham Arts Mela 2019

With a strong South Asian root, we strive towards an inclusive and vibrant society. The programme this year includes live performance, exhibitions, poetry, and a series of special community engagement commissions. The festival will be held at New Art Exchange, Arboretum Park and venues across Hockley.

Wednesday 4 – Sunday 8 September 2019

This year we celebrate 31 years of Mela in the UK. Our theme is Illusions in Transit – exploring the journeys of people, art and society, and offering an exciting programme which captures the creative and cultural spirit of the city of Nottingham and the Midlands region.

FREE All are welcome 14

Image: Tom Morley


NAE CaféBar

COOKING WORKSHOP Want to make perfect panzerotti? Join us to learn all the tips and tricks to make this delicious deep fried Italian calzone. See page 9 for details! Be quick – our popular cookery workshops always sell out in advance.

This summer things are heating up at our CaféBar, with our new menu featuring old NAE favourites as well as some new delicious dishes from around the world. Come over and have a bite, a cuppa or something to cool you down as (hopefully!) you sit outside and bask in the rays. We're still offering our superb coffee and regular food and drink offers, what are you waiting for? › Instagram @NAECafeBar

OUR GREEN DREAM In an effort to minimise our impact on the environment, we are introducing more environmentally friendly alternatives to the CaféBar. We’ll have recycling facilities, so that you can help cut the amount we throw away, and, with our new menu, we’ll be introducing Meat Free Tuesdays! 15

Image: Ziqi Bai




Our family sessions make space for creative learning and lots of fun!

August 24, 31


Aimed at 4–7 years

Saturday 3 August

0–10 years welcome

10.30am – 12.30pm

While you’re visiting, make sure to grab a bite to eat in our Café where you will find a children’s menu, high-chairs, comfy sofas and friendly staff. We are a breastfeeding friendly venue, with bottle warming and changing facilities available. There is stepfree access to the Café and Main Gallery, and a lift to our Mezzanine Gallery and activity spaces.

Kick start your Saturday with these drop-in creative workshops. The perfect chance to get creative as a family, this season we’re taking inspiration from the world around us, exploring Hyson Green and beyond! Working with paint, textiles, model-making, textures and colour, liven up your Saturday mornings by making together as a family.


All are welcome

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Tiana lives in New Orleans' French Quarter during the Jazz Age. She is a waitress, desperate to fulfil her dreams as a restaurant owner and she is sent on a journey to turn a frog prince back into a human being. Join us for this family-friendly screening, where you’re welcome to take breaks, breastfeed, bring snacks and strictly no shh-ing!

Image: Tom Morley


ALL FREE Experienced workshop facilitators Baby People present a taster of music production and street dance as part of our summer season. Working with established artists and creative professionals, these workshops create a fun space to learn a new skill, gain new experiences, make friends and build confidence.





8, 15, 22 August

1pm – 5pm

10.30am – 12.30pm

11–16 years

7–10 years

In this two-part taster, you’ll learn how music and dance connect.

These sessions form a short

Participants can book onto one or both of these sessions.

course and attending all three is recommended.

Friday 9 August

Friday 16 August

Over the course of three sessions, work with Baby People to create your own record as a group. Get inspired by your favourite artists, learn how to write lyrics, structure melody and mix your track to create a final finished song that you’ll take home at the end of the sessions.

STREET DANCE Try out street dance led by Baby People’s professional dance choreographer. Learn how to move your body to the beat, follow choreography and build a routine. No previous experience necessary and we’ll have you moving with confidence by the end of the day.

MUSIC PRODUCTION Working with professional musicians and music producers, you’re going straight into the mix and creating your own track. Pulling inspiration from the beats and rhythms you tried in the Street Dance session, create your own flow and learn how to record your own sounds.


Image: Tom Morley


FOCUS ON SCHOOLS Tuesday 16 July 4pm – 5.30pm


An informal meeting for teachers and teaching assistants to share their aspirations for school visits to exhibitions. We’ll share examples of good art education practice and explore what is meant by ‘cultural capital’, as stated in the Ofsted Inspection Framework (Jan 2019). Refreshments and a tour of the NAE Open exhibition included. FREE All teaching staff welcome

Designed alongside teachers and students with their aspirations at heart, the Learning Programme will ensure that NAE exhibitions are accessible to all young people in schools, colleges, universities and alternative provision. Join us to celebrate the launch of the new programme, see our exhibitions, and meet the new Learning Team.

including alternative provision Booking required

GOING FOR GOLD? Calling all young people who are passionate about the visual arts and ready to work towards their Gold Arts Award! If you are aged between 15 and 25 years you could take up one of four free places available for young people to get involved at New Art Exchange and, with support from experienced staff, gain that highly prized Gold Arts Award certificate (plus 16 UCAS points to help you get a place at University). ›



All teaching staff welcome including alternative provision Booking opens soon


Image: Tom Morley


REAL CREATIVE FUTURES Real Creative Futures is our creative and digital business support programme. It is part of the EU and ACE funded Big House consortium. We’re working with creative entrepreneurs and businesses across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Since 2017, Real Creative Futures has provided 163 business and creativefocussed workshops and events, provided 241 hours of business coaching and supported the growth of 167 new businesses and entrepreneurs.

EXPERIMENTOR ExperiMentor is a safe and supportive initiative designed to encourage the development of visual artists and other creatives. The programme, built in response to, and around the needs of individual artists, intends to provide the space, time and resources for research and development, allowing for artistic experimentation and leading to the production of new work. We are currently supporting 16 artists, helping them to develop their practice through sharing, mentoring and research support.


YARD YOUNG PEOPLE’S THEATRE YARD is a creative hub for young people to develop skills as performers and creative producers. Younger children, aged 7 to 10, can have fun with a range of games and exercises to build communication and creative skills. The older age group, aged 11 to 16, will develop acting skills, build confidence and learn about theatre production.

Image: Manmit Jandu




An international artistic collaboration showcasing the finest culturally diverse contemporary art practices connecting cities across the world... dialogues between the global south and north… and at the centre the black cube, NAE, in Hyson Green Nottingham. A key feature of HTE is the Ambition for Excellence programme, Absence, inspired by Mimesis: African Soldier by John Akomfrah. See page 23 for details.

Ibrahim Ahmed works with mixed media, sculpture, and installation. He engages subjects related to colonisation, structures of power, cultural interactions, and fluid identity, generating discussion around ideas of the self and notions of authenticity within the parameters of the nation-state. Ashok Vish’s interests lie in exploring the relations between human emotions and public and personal interests across various media, which affords him the opportunity to investigate the relationship between the imagery of fictional worlds and the conditions of reality. He works with film, video and photography.

Matera European Capital of Culture 2019: In this ancient city a spectacle of beautiful architecture and canyon landscapes in South Italy. Architecture of Shame and Matera Citta Aperta will take place in July and September 2019 respectively.

Mahtab Hussain: Honest With You will appear at the Countless Cities Biennial, at Farm Cultural Park, Favara, Sicily, 26 June – 28 October 2019.

HTE is a consortium led by NAE with Delfina Foundation, Eastside Projects, QUAD/FORMAT, Primary, MAC and the Tetley as the UK partners. ›


Images: Tom Morley


Support Us

Did you know that we offer flexible, modern spaces for hire? NAE is perfect for both business and social use, with a range of catering and technical support options available. Get in touch with our friendly team to discuss how we can make your next meeting, away day, training session or get together a unique experience.

As a registered charity, it is your generous support that enables us to continue to stimulate new perspectives on the value of diversity in art and society. Thanks to you, we are able to continue on our mission to ensure that artists from all backgrounds are able to practice, exhibit, develop and enjoy art and culture in a space dedicated to championing their voices.

“We’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with NAE and would highly recommend both the venue and its team. The staff are helpful and friendly, the building itself (which won a RIBA National Award in 2009) is great, with flexible and welcoming spaces, while the level of service and attention to detail are superb – and the food is delicious!” Lucy Grierson

There are lots of ways you can help us – why not make a one off donation online when you reserve your tickets to one of our events? Or even just pop your spare change in the donations box when you visit us!

Partnerships Manager, RIBA East Midlands

› › 0115 924 8630 › 0115 924 8630


Image: Bartosz Kali


Saturday 30 November 2019 12pm – 5pm

Call out for stall holders: craft makers/designers/creatives to sell work

The Craft & Culture Fair returns, and we’re looking to showcase the work of makers, crafters and designers from all around us in the local community. We are currently accepting applications to book stalls and would love to hear from you. It is FREE to apply and FREE to sell your work.

Are you a creative with work to sell? Do you make beautiful knitted gloves and scarves, or are you the best shea butter whipper in the city? Can you work wonders with Dutch wax cotton or create beautiful batik patterns?

See our website for details. ›


NAE Touring

Looking Ahead

The hugely popular NAE exhibition, Sounds Like Her, curated by Christine Eyene and featuring the artists Ain Bailey, Sonia Boyce MBE RA, Linda O'Keeffe, Madeleine Mbida, Magda StawarskaBeavan and Christine Sun Kim, will be on show at York Art Gallery, 12 July – 15 September 2019.

MIMESIS: AFRICAN SOLDIER 28 September – 31 December 2019

This new multi-screen installation by artist John Akomfrah remembers the millions of African and colonial soldiers, labourers and carriers who served in the First World War. Projected onto three screens, the artwork combines newly created film shot by Akomfrah in locations around the world, a powerful sound score and historic footage that speaks to the African experience of the First World War. Commissioned by NAE, 14–18NOW and Smoking Dogs Films.


Africa State of Mind, curated by Ekow Eshun is touring internationally. It will be hosted by the Museum of African Diaspora in San Francisco, USA, 4 September – 15 November 2019. ›

Other featured artists during the September – December season include Jagdish Patel and Ibrahim Ahmed.

› Image: Sounds Like Her, Installation View, New Art Exchange by Bartosz Kali

Image: African Soldier, John Akomfrah, 2018 Courtesy of Smoking Dogs Films and Lisson Gallery © Smoking Dogs Films



JULY Fri 12

6pm – 9pm

Exhibition Launch

NAE Open

Sat 13

1pm – 4pm

Exhibition Launch

Positive Images

Sat 20

10.30am – 12.30pm


Saturday Art Club

Sat 20

2pm – 5pm


Amity: Flamenco

Wed 24

6.30pm – 8.30pm


Perfect Panzerotti

Thu 25

6.30pm – 9.30pm

Film Screening


Fri 26

7pm – 8.30pm

Live Art

On Akka's Shore

Sat 27

10.30am – 12.30pm


Saturday Art Club

10.30pm – 12pm

Access Programme

Body As Canvas


& 1pm – 2.30pm Fri 2

2pm – 4pm


Roma Community Celebration

Thu 8

10.30am – 12.30pm

Holiday Workshops

Future Producers (7–10yrs)

Fri 9

1pm – 5pm

Holiday Workshops

Into The Mix: Dance (11–16yrs)

Sat 10

2pm – 4.30pm


Natural Henna

Tue 13

10.30am – 3.30pm

Access Programme

Verbal Imaging Tour + Workshop

Wed 14

7pm – 8.30pm

Live Music

Kaddal Merrill: Rain Over Nubia

Thu 15

10.30am – 12.30pm

Holiday Workshops

Future Producers (7–10yrs)

Thu 15

11am – 12.30pm

Gallery Tour


Fri 16

1pm – 5pm

Holiday Workshops

Into The Mix: Music (11–16yrs)

Thu 22

10.30am – 12.30pm

Holiday Workshops

Future Producers (7–10yrs)

Fri 23

6pm – 9pm

Awards Ceremony

NAE Open

Sat 24

10.30am – 12.30pm


Saturday Art Club

Thu 29

6pm – 8.30pm

Book Club

Between The Lines

Sat 31

10.30am – 12.30pm


Saturday Art Club


Nottingham Arts Mela

SEPTEMBER Wed 4 – Sun 8

Collaborating organisations and individuals this season: All Black Connect, Amity, Architecture of Shame, ArtSpeak, Baby People, HTE Consortium, Ian Robinson, Ideea Rom, John E Wright, LEVEL, Manushi Dance Company, Matera Città Aperta, My Sight Nottinghamshire, Nottingham Asian Arts Council, Nottingham Mela Network, Together Today, 1525 Collective

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