Self Portraits: Looking Back to 1981 - Call Out

Self Portraits: Looking Back to 1981 - Call Out
September 2, 2021

As part of a programme of community activity around Self Portraits: Looking Back to 1981 by Roger Suckling we have launched a call for residents of Hyson Green past and present to get in touch if t...



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Five Questions With Where It's Warm

Five Questions With Where It's Warm
September 1, 2021

Where It's Warm tell us a little more about why they decided to collaborate and work together, plus they talk about what they've been listening to recently and more...



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4UBU Residencies

4UBU Residencies
August 6, 2021

We introduce our 4UBU artists in residence and music programmers in residence.



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Staff Reflections - 1 Year On

Staff Reflections - 1 Year On
May 6, 2021

From launch party to lockdown, last year we closed our doors due to the covid-19 pandemic. As we prepare to reopen we take a look back at what some of our staff got up to on furlough.



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Wellbeing Monthly: Sounds of Lockdown

Wellbeing Monthly: Sounds of Lockdown
May 5, 2021

If lockdown was a rhythm, what would it be? If lockdown was a collection of sounds, what would they be?



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Wellbeing Weekly: Celebrating International Women's Day

Wellbeing Weekly: Celebrating International Women's Day
March 3, 2021

This week's blog is the second part of our focus on International Women's Day - a global day which celebrates and raises awareness of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of wo...



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Five Questions with Patricia Francis

Five Questions with Patricia Francis
February 24, 2021

Patricia Francis is an independent filmmaker who uses her films to encourage inquiry into social inequality. Patricia is the director of The Art of Oppression (2021), a documentary about three wome...



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Wellbeing Weekly: Inspired by International Women's Day

Wellbeing Weekly: Inspired by International Women's Day
February 24, 2021

This week, in the lead up to International Women's Day on 8 March, we're spotlighting the work of two community projects which provide creative and supportive opportunities for women.



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Wellbeing Weekly: Walk the Talk

Wellbeing Weekly: Walk the Talk
February 17, 2021

Walking as a way of connecting with others has felt important during these times of isolation. This week we reflect on the impact of walking together, sharing what we've learnt from our 'Walk the T...



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Five Questions with Parmjit Sagoo

Five Questions with Parmjit Sagoo
February 16, 2021

Not only is Parmjit Sagoo our Community Projects Producer, she is also a Yoga Practitioner who explores how yoga and creativity can be empowering and enable wellbeing. She tells us more about her Y...



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Wellbeing Weekly: Reflections on Walking

Wellbeing Weekly: Reflections on Walking
February 10, 2021

With our worlds becoming smaller during these strange times, walking within our local neighbourhoods, parks and open spaces has become part of our daily lives.



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Five Questions With Dr Hannah Robbins

Five Questions With Dr Hannah Robbins
February 8, 2021

Dr Hannah Robbins tell us a little more on what we can expect from the Networks of Pride: Creativity, Queerness and Blackness event, plus she talks about what she's learnt during the lockdown and s...



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Five Questions with Aïcha from SheAfriq

Five Questions with Aïcha from SheAfriq
February 2, 2021

Aïcha from SheAfriq tell us why she set up the collective, talks about the upcoming half-term workshops she'll be running and gives her tips on how to stay creative during lockdown...



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Wellbeing Weekly: Young People

Wellbeing Weekly: Young People
December 16, 2020

This week we are spotlighting two organisations that are providing free projects and activities to help young people feel connected, supported and creative.



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Wellbeing Weekly: Modern Masculinity

Wellbeing Weekly: Modern Masculinity
December 9, 2020

This week we are highlighting men's services. Male mental health is an important issue that our Community Team hope to help raise awareness of by highlighting how to access help and support, especi...



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Wellbeing Weekly: Safe Spaces for Women

Wellbeing Weekly: Safe Spaces for Women
December 1, 2020

This weeks events are female centred. The first being a brilliant tool for women who would like to the explore holistic engagement the second being a safe space for women to talk about very poigna...



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Wellbeing Weekly: Loneliness & Isolation

Wellbeing Weekly: Loneliness & Isolation
November 24, 2020

Just as anyone can feel lonely, anyone can take steps in their everyday life to reach out and help others in their local community suffering from loneliness.



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Beyond Black History Month

Beyond Black History Month
October 1, 2020

New Art Exchange is reframing its Black History Month Season through a new public programme and research model: Beyond Black History Month.



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Artist Takeover: Kim Thompson

Artist Takeover: Kim Thompson
September 7, 2020

With exclusive new work created for NAE, we're excited to introduce our next Instagram Takeover by Kim Thompson, from 2 - 6 September



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Artist Takeover: Jagjit Kaur

Artist Takeover: Jagjit Kaur
August 7, 2020

With exclusive new work created for NAE, we're excited to introduce our next Instagram Takeover by Jagjit Kaur, from 7 - 11 August



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