Exhibition Launch PartyEvent Fri 10 Feb, Galleries open 6.30-9pm, Cafe open until 11pm
The work of textile artist and early computer art pioneer Charlotte Johannesson represents a synthesis between the artisanal and the digital. Working across disciplines and mediums, Carolyn Lazard explores the social and political dimensions of care. By turns lush, fractured and dream-like, Rosalind Nashashibi's new paintings are concerned with mirroring, monograms and the question of a “signature” style, by way of curtains and split surfaces.
Galleries Open 6.30-9pm
Party the night away with live music and DJs in collaboration with Running Circle.
This exhibition launch, like all our programme, is free admission for all but donations are both encouraged and needed. As a registered charity, every donation – no matter the size – makes a big difference. Suggested donation £3. Thank you.
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Safety during your visit
Due to COVID precautions, please do not attend this event if you/someone in your household is currently COVID-19 positive, has suspected symptoms, or is awaiting test results.
Staff and visitors are welcome to wear a face covering in all areas.
Squeaky Beaver Poutine are a pop-up street food merchant, specialising in the Canadian national dish - Poutine! Roughly translating as ‘messy’, this takeaway favourite has been refined to restaurant quality; all freshly created, with a world tour of topping options
Running Circle is a newly-opened record shop based on Nottingham’s Sneinton Market, originally founded in 2017 as an independent record label by musicians & DJs Guohan Zeng and Tom Towle. The duo have been curating ambitious music releases and supporting artists in the early stages of their career, from Nottingham and further afield including Kinkajous, Pete Beardsworth & Yazmin Lacey. They’ve also programmed events across the city and regularly broadcast on internet radio stations Balami [Peckham] and Radio Al Hara [Palestine].