Welcome Walkthrough: Julian Abraham 'Togar', Claudia Martínez Garay and Hamid Zénati

two people standing together looking at artworks in a gallery
Photo: Adrian Vitelleschi Cook
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Our Welcome Walkthrough is a great introduction to Nottingham Contemporary, the current exhibitions, featured artists and their work. We will explore our current exhibitions, Julian Abraham 'Togar': Reꓘonciliation, Claudia Martínez Garay: WAKCHAKUNA / We Who Share Everything and Nothing and Hamid Zénati: Two Steps at a Time.

Led by our friendly and knowledgeable team and community partners from Ubuntu, this Welcome Walkthrough is a relaxed but social space to experience our brand new exhibitions. Moving around the galleries together as a group, we steer clear of jargon whilst sharing insights on artworks, inviting visitor thoughts and answering questions.

The Welcome Walkthrough is the first in our regular Wednesday Walkthroughs which run throughout the duration of each exhibition, offering opportunities to explore artists, themes and works in more depth.

After the Welcome Walkthrough visitors are invited to the café to continue conversations over refreshments (optional).

From 2pm-3pm, Nila Shah from Ubuntu will be hosting a sound bath in Gallery One. You can book a free ticket for the soundbath by clicking here. Please note, a separate ticket is required for both the soundbath and walkthrough.

Ubuntu is a community research group that works to improve the way art spaces connect with people across the city.

About the event

Everyone is welcome, though this event is designed for visitors who are new to the galleries and/or have not visited the current exhibition.

This is a light overview and conversation style event; you do not need any specific level of knowledge about art or the exhibitions.

Free; booking is required due to limited capacity.

Walking around the galleries is slow paced and kept to a minimum; seats/stools are provided.

The event is one hour (excluding any additional time spent in the café)

Please gather at Front of House (reception) for the start time.


This event is inclusive for wheelchair users; our building is wheelchair accessible with lift access to all floors.

Speakers use microphones throughout this event.

Find information about getting here, our building access and facilities by clicking here.

We welcome all visitors. We want our activities to be accessible and inclusive for everyone. If you have questions or specific access requirements, please get in touch so that we can support you. Contact us by emailing info@nottinghamcontemporary.org or phoning 0115 948 9750 or coming into our building.

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