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Artnot Lates

15 Apr 2010

Explore Nottingham’s independent art scene with Artnot Lates - a special programme of late night art events, performance and exhibition from a cluster of Nottingham’s creative organisations. Each month a different area of city will be explored – in April the venues around Sneinton including Backlit, Surface Gallery, Trade Gallery and Moot will stay open until 9pm. Free.

Events

Nottingham Contemporary
Galleries open until 7pm
Cafe.Bar.Contemporary open until 11pm

Surface Gallery, 6pm - 9pm
16 Southwell Road, Nottingham NG1 1DL
Last chance to see Laura Taylor's Speedboat Matchsticks and her talk at 8pm.
http://www.surfacegallery.org

MOOT 6 - 9pm
1 Thoresby Street, Nottingham NG1 1AJ
Throughout the evening Moot will be serving the traditional Hungarian snack Lángos alongside a special selection of schnapps http://www.mootgallery.org/

Trade Gallery from 8.30pm
1 Thoresby Street, Nottingham NG1 1AJ
The Time Machine Lecture #7 Performance by Phillip Henderson. Doors at 8:30pm for 8:45pm start. http://www.tradegallery.org/about.html

Backlit 6pm - Late
The Factory, Dakeyne Street Nottingham NG3 2AR
Opening of Empirical.Edge. Play
http://backlit.gnetx.co.uk/

Empirical.Edge. Play. is an experimental exhibition at Backlit art space, curated by director Matthew Chesney.
Studio - exhibition of video work by Rachel Eite related to the use of instructions and social codes/systems.

Project Space - Nottingham Trent students curate a show around the theme of authorship and the role of the viewer. Supportive text written by Daria Koskorou.

The Box - New works curated by Simon Raven. http://boxnottingham.blogspot.com/

Sneinton is quickly becoming a vibrant artistic hub, as former factories and warehouses have been transformed into spaces for artist studio groups and gallery spaces. Meet the artists behind the scenes – see the art and experience another side to Nottingham.

Artnot Lates is an extension of the printed listings guide Artnot. Launched in April last year Artnot is a bi-monthly map and listings guide widely available in Nottingham's cafe's, shops, bars and venues. The publication began as a collaboration between artists and recent Fine Art graduates from Nottingham Trent Univeristy, Chie Hosaka, Charlotte Osborn and now includes Dominique Humphrey and Hannah Smith.

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