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14 May 2010

Explore Nottingham’s independent art scene with Artnot Lates. In May the second selection of galleries stay open for a special programme of night time viewing, private views, one-off screenings and performances.

Suggested itinerary - start at Prussian Projekte end at Café.Bar.Contemporary where Artnot host a selection of Nottingham djs with music you can dance to.


Prussian Projekte. 6-9pm
Unit 3, OPM House, Haydn Rd, Nottingham NG5 2LE
Private view: Blind Men Feel Elephants, Daniel Staincliffe. Stainlciffe investigates the natural world, the everyday, and chance as a generative force. Prussian Projekte is the first gallery established primarily for moving image and video work in Nottingham.

New Art Exchange. 6-9pm
39-41 Gregory Boulevard, Nottingham NG7 6BE
Late night opening of the NAE’s current exhibitions -The Inconsistancy of Everything, Harminder Singh Judge and Even the Animals, Nadim Chaudry. The NAE is the largest visual art space outside London dedicated to African, African Caribbean and South Asian Arts.

Sixes and Sevens, 6-9pm
The Licolnshire Poacher 161-163 Mansfield Road, Nottingham NG1 3FR
With no permanent location, the Nottingham based group will inhabit the Licolnshire poacher for one night only to showcase the video based artwork of Ben Wheele.

Tether, 6-9pm
Tether Studios
17a Huntingdon St., Nottingham NG1 3JH.
Take her farther- is a group show presenting works that share broad links across ideas of visual interference and mutability of language.

The Malt Cross, 6-9pm
16 St James's Street, Nottingham NG1 6FG
Last chance to catch the first solo exhibition of artist Michael Coppelov. Working with the Maximalist theory where more is more, Michael’s work includes a wide mixture of painting, sculpture and sound art.

Cafe.Bar.Contemporary, 9-11pm
Nottingham Contemporary Weekday Cross, Nottingham NG1 2GB
A range of Nottingham dj’s will contribute for an evening of eclectic musical accompaniment for dancing to.


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