JUAN DELGADO: ALTERED LANDSCAPES

17 June 2017, 12pm - 2pm

Mezzanine Gallery

Join us as we launch Altered Landscapes an immersive multimedia exhibition by Juan delGado which tackles themes of trauma, displacement, personal narratives and landscape.

Refugee Week is a time to develop our understanding of refugee experiences and to celebrate the rich contributions they make to our culture. NAE are part of the Midlands-based collective Beyond Borders.

Juan delGado has been awarded an INSIDE commission from New Art Exchange and DASH. INSIDE is a Disability Arts commissioning programme led by DASH with funding from Arts Council England. Altered Landscapes is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and by the Spanish Embassy Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs in London.

New Art Exchange is wheelchair accessible. Altered Landscapes film installation is subtitled. Audio description, large print and easy read exhibition guide are available for this exhibition. Click here for more access information.

Admission: FREE
Age range: All are welcome


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Image credit: Juan delGado

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