Professor Lise Autogena exhibiting in the John Hansard Gallery, Southampton

Kuannersuit; Kvanefjeld still

Professor Lise Autogena will exhibit her and Joshua Portway’s video installation Kuannersuit; Kvanefjeld (2016) as part of the major retrospective exhibition Pia Arke: Silences and Stories at the John Hansard Gallery, Southampton 16 January – 11 May 2024. The exhibition includes film works that examine environmental issues and colonial legacy within present-day Greenland by contemporary artists working in various contexts across Greenland […]

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‘Re-embroidering Blackwork: an unstitched coif & other works’ exhibition: 19-23 December 2023

Re-embroidering Blackwork is the culmination of a 5 year Ph.D research project by artist and embroiderer Toni Buckby. Working with the collection of 16th century blackwork embroideries held at the Victoria & Albert Museum (London), Toni has been exploring questions of decay, loss, fragility, and reconstruction within and beyond the museum archive. Re-embroidering Blackwork will present selected pieces from Toni’s studio research practice […]

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Enough on our Plates exhibition: 13 October-27 November 2023

Senior Lecturer in Visual Communication Joanna Rucklidge‘s thought provoking exhibition Enough on our Plates is running at the Food Works social enterprise in Sheffield – showcasing prints and drawings inspired by the pressing issue of food waste. Joanna has been working as an artist in residence at Food Works, engaging with their staff, volunteers, warehouse, cafés, farm and the food itself! The […]

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LOOKDON’TLOOK exhibition: 17-19 November 2023

Image advertising an exhibition of site-specific sound, video, performance and interactive artworks called LOOKDON'TLOOK. Image courtesy of Max Munday.

LOOKDON’TLOOK exhibition Friday 17 – Sunday 19 November 2023 Brown St Project (old Food Hall) 62 Brown Street, S1 2BS FREE – All Welcome Please note that work on the first floor does not have lift access to it The exhibition temporarily takes over and responds to the empty building opposite Site Gallery on Brown Street. Using sound, video, performance, […]

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Dr Becky Shaw in university and gallery partnership to receive UK’s first AHRC Exhibition Fund award for ‘Things of the Least’.

image copyright Manchester Art Gallery/Ben Blackall

Fine Art Reader Dr Becky Shaw is lead artist researcher in a team that has secured the only 2023 UK Exhibition Fund grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). Things of the Least will be an experiment in ‘exhibition-making’, exploring how very young children engage with the material world. It builds on Becky’s previous collaboration with Manchester Metropolitan University’s […]

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‘For Whom the Mountains Pray’- Art Exhibition 14-26 August 2023 – Helen Blejerman

For Whom the Mountains Pray Art exhibition by Helen Blejerman 14th–26th August 2023 (Monday to Saturday, 10:00-16:00) Post Hall, Department of Art & Design, Old Head Post Office Fitzalan Square, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 2AY For Whom the Mountains Pray proposes the simulation of a mythological future. A world where the bodies of murdered women buried under the mountains’ […]

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Conversations in Practice by ADMRC PhD students

Conversations in Practice Conversations in Practice presents new works by eight artists from the Art and Design PhD programme at Sheffield Hallam University. The exhibition explores connections between diverse arts-based research projects and shared thematic and conceptual concerns with time, materiality and the body. The show aims to open up dialogue between very different types of practice that include textiles, […]

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The Felicitous Encounter: A two person exhibition featuring artists Dorit Margreiter & Fay Nicolson, curated by TC McCormack at the EUCA Annex – June 2nd-30th 2023

The Felicitous Encounter is Euca Annex’s inaugural show, Dorit Margreiter and Fay Nicholson bring together new, recent and unseen works, that explore the tensions between architecture and image, orientation and choreography, time and movement. Asking what makes the ‘Commons visible between individuals’, the philosophers Hardt and Negri coined the term The Felicitous Encounter, to describe a moment when individuals come […]

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Evening Talk: Heavy Water Collective in Conversation

A screenshot of HWC website feating an image, 'In Paradise' by Maud Haya-Baviera

The Heavy Water Collective is to launch its website and a printed publication at an event at Graves Gallery next week. Researcher and photography lecturer Maud Haya-Baviera is one of the three artists who form the collective, and has contributed to the publication. At the event, Maud will be in-conversation with the other collective members, Joanna Whittle and Victoria Lucas, […]

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